result
5th Match, First Round Group B (D/N), Nagpur, Mar 10 2016, World T20
(19.4/20 ov, target 148)136
Zimbabwe won by 11 runs
player of the match

6:36pm: Zimbabwe struck in each of the first four overs of the defence, after which the South African born pair of Mommsen and Berrington led a fightback with a fast 51-run partnership for the sixth wicket. Scotland's late charge threatened Zimbabwe, but Wellington, who returned career-best T20 figures, and Tiripano sealed the deal.

Wellington, Man of the Match: This has been a long time coming. I am trying to help my team qualify. I tried to pick up wickets and put them under pressure early on. Richmond has been struggling a little, but today he did well.

Hamilton, Zimbabwe captain: We have been playing well. The guys are gelling well. The boys are believing a bit more, and that's paying off. I think Sibanda is going to be alright. It was a mishap today. We are looking to turn things around against Afghanistan.

Mommsen, Scotland captain: It was a difficult start. We got to a better position to have a crack, but unfortunately on the losing end. It would have been different had we got that partnership going further.

Swapnil M.: "Not to forget Sean Williams, his all round performance was equally crucial for this win of Zimbabwe"

That is all we have for you from this match. Tune in for the second match of the day, featuring Afghanistan and Hong Kong.

19.4
W
Tiripano to Evans, OUT

Scotland knocked over and knocked out. Zimbabwe move another step closer to the next round. Back of the hand slower ball on top of middle, Evans goes for a big whoosh, but does not connect. The bails get tipped off and the celebrations begin in the Zimbabwe camp. Nitini is animated, he pumps his fist, what a character

Alasdair Evans b Tiripano 0 (5m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0

Pradeep: "Scotland need Dhoni service for last over.."

19.3
1
Tiripano to Watt, 1 run

Watt jumps down the track, gets a short ball, which is dragged to long-on

19.2
2
Tiripano to Watt, 2 runs

full on the leg stump, driven down to long-off. The throw from the deep is nice and flat. Mutumbami breaks the stumps, but the full-stretch dive saves Watt

19.1
4
Tiripano to Watt, FOUR runs

short and wide outside off, throws his hands at it and sends an outside edge to third man

end of over 195 runs • 1 wicket
SCOT: 129/9CRR: 6.78 RRR: 19.00 • Need 19 runs from 6b
Mark Watt2 (2)
Alasdair Evans0 (0)
Tinashe Panyangara4-0-20-1
Donald Tiripano3-0-13-1
18.6
1
Panyangara to Watt, 1 run

keeps it short and outside off, guided to point

18.5
W
Panyangara to Davey, OUT

Raza has his hands aloft at long-on. Banged in short and outside off, Davey drags a pull but hits it straight to long-on. Scotland are closer to being knocked over and knocked out

Josh Davey c Sikandar Raza b Panyangara 24 (19m 13b 1x4 2x6) SR: 184.61
18.4
Panyangara to Davey, no run

full and outside off, Davey attempts a dinky reverse lap. But he can't make contact

18.3
1
Panyangara to Watt, 1 run

the batsmen uses his feet, the ball is shorter, fended to leg

18.2
1
Panyangara to Davey, 1 run

slower short ball outside off, mistimed pull in front of long-on

18.1
2
Panyangara to Davey, 2 runs

short and on the leg stump, following the moving batsman. Swatted to long-on