Zimbabwe stun Aussies, first win in 31 years: 4th Tri-Nations (Harare)

Skipper Elton Chigumbura hit an unbeaten half century as Zimbabwe defeated Australia for only the second time in a one-day international - the only other time being in the 1983 World Cup.

Zimbabwe won with 12 balls to spare to claim a famous three-wicket win. Earlier, Australia found it hard going as Zimbabwe's spinners claimed six of the nine wickets to fall with only injured skipper Michael Clarke shining with an unbeaten 68.

Zimbabwe 211 for 7 (Chigumbura 52*, Lyon 4-44) beat Australia 209 for 9 (Clarke 68*) by three wicket.

Aug 2014


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