Many openers from the subcontinent have struggled overseas, but Mohammad Hafeez's stats are among the poorest
The coach's tenure has coincided with a slump in the team's fortunes. The board needs to think about the 2015 World Cup and appoint someone else now
After a magical win, Zimbabwe will disappear from the international stage for at least five months and won't play a Test for double that time. So what next?
We can talk about Misbah and Hafeez, propose new stars and offer retirement to others, but we all know the game isn't cricket - it is the politics of self-interest and greed
Acquiring the services of a bowling coach will be one of Zimbabwe's top priorities as they look to build for future international series
Moin Khan, the Pakistan team manager for the Zimbabwe tour, has defended the team saying that although they played badly in the two matches they lost, the overall performance was "satisfactory"
Misbah-ul-Haq and Pakistan's batting have come under severe criticism from the former players with the team's loss in the second Test against Zimbabwe being termed as "embarrassing and shameful"
The cricket world reacts to Zimbabwe beating Pakistan by 24 runs in Harare, to record their first Test win against a country other than Bangladesh in 12 years
In Zimbabwe's victory over Pakistan, there was no centurion. Instead, there were three fifties, two five-wicket hauls and whole lot of heart
Zimbabwe's historic 24-run win in the second Test to level the series 1-1 made Pakistan drop from fourth to sixth in the ICC Test rankings
Zimbabwe stayed patient through the final day even as Misbah-ul-Haq threatened to dash their hopes to win the second Test and square the two-match series
Being gracious in defeat but scathing in self-examination is a Misbah-ul-Haq speciality and he was on top form with it again today
After financial trouble and player walkouts, Zimbabwe enjoyed a day filled with nothing but joy as they bested a top Test team for the first time since 2001
Zimbabwe have pushed Pakistan far beyond anyone thought they could, to the point where a season-defining victory is within sight; should they fall short, the positives should not be forgotten
Plays of the Day from the fourth day of the second Test between Zimbabwe and Pakistan in Harare
This Test has been played with pay strife and load shedding as the sightscreens, but Zimbabwe were five wickets short of lifting that gloom momentarily
He is only the fourth Pakistan batsman to reach that landmark, and all his numbers suggest that he belongs with Pakistan's best
Even though Zimbabwe dominated most parts of the third day by taking a 64-run lead and then building on it, three wickets in the last nine balls of the day brought the Pakistanis back and has given both the sides almost equal chances of winning the Test
It was Brian Vitori's first Test in 19 months, and his selection had caused a few raised eyebrows, but a five-for underlined his value
Plays of the day for the third day of the second Test in Harare
Pakistan's collapse against the second new ball and determined batting from Tino Mawoyo and Hamilton Masakadza put Zimbabwe slightly ahead in the second and final Test
A powercut in Harare left most parts of the city without electricity, forcing our correspondent to search for a plug point and an internet connection
Plays of the day for the second day of the second Test in Harare
Pakistan have a problem at the top of their order. Their experienced opener is struggling, and they are still having try-outs for the other spot