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Zimbabwe v Pakistan, 2015

Wisden's review of the second ODI, Zimbabwe v Pakistan, 2015

Second one-day international At Lahore, May 29, 2015 (day/night). Pakistan won by six wickets. Zimbabwe 268-7 (50 overs) (C. J. Chibhabha 99, Sikandar Raza 100*); ‡Pakistan 269-4 (47.2 overs) (Azhar Ali 102, Asad Shafiq 39, Haris Sohail 52*, Shoaib Malik 36*). MoM: Azhar Ali.
Azhar Ali led Pakistan to their first bilateral one-day series win in six attempts. They needed a solid innings to overhaul 268, and Azhar stood up with the second century of his tenure - and the first by a Pakistan captain in a successful run-chase - while Haris Sohail and Shoaib Malik ensured they did not let up. Umpire Shozab Raza had been involved in two contentious decisions, giving out Zimbabwe's stand-in captain Masakadza and Chamu Chibhabha - one short of a maiden hundred- to close catches while sweeping; replays suggested bat was not involved in either case. Late impetus was provided by the Sialkot-born Sikandar Raza, who took the attack to the Pakistan bowlers in an 84-ball century. An explosion on an autorickshaw just outside the first entry checkpoint into the sports complex caused some unease in the stands, but Pakistan's chase continued uninterrupted.The bomber and a police sub-inspector were killed, and several others injured.