Malcolm Waller scored a career best 99 not out off 108 balls, and kept his cool when it mattered most, to lead Zimbabwe to their biggest successful run chase in a nail-biting one-wicket win over New Zealand.
Earlier, New Zealand decided to bat first, and on a good batting pitch, they piled on the runs to reach 328/5 with captain captain Ross Taylor leading from the front with 119 (off 126 balls).
3rd ODI (Bulawayo), Oct 2011
Matches Tagged in ClipDex2011 ZIM v NZL 3rd ODI
Series Tagged in ClipDex2011 ZIM v NZL ODI Series
Players Tagged in ClipDexTaylor, Ross Luteru Chigumbura, Elton Oram, Jacob D P Woodcock, Luke J Aldridge, Graeme W Ryder, Jesse D Masakadza, Hamilton Taylor, Brendan R M Waller, Malcolm N Nicol, Robert James Williamson, Kane S Taibu, Tatenda Mckay, Andy J
Grounds Tagged in ClipDexBulawayo Athletic Club
Categories Tagged in ClipDexLimited Overs (ODI & T20)