Pakistan v Zimbabwe first Test: Zimbabwe 176 all out, Pakistan 103 not out
The hosts’ biggest hope was captain Brendon Taylor, but Faheem Ashraf’s catch in the third slip off Hassan Ali’s ball brought frustration to the Zimbabwean dressing room.
When Zimbabwe captain Brendon Taylor was going to the toss with Babar Azam, he must have remembered the victory of 2013 when under his leadership Zimbabwe beat Pakistan by just 24 runs to level the Test series. ۔
The captain of the Pakistan team that suffered the shocking defeat was Misbah-ul-Haq, who is in the same dressing room in Harare today as the head coach of the Pakistani team and would not want history to repeat itself.
He is eagerly awaiting his first Test victory abroad under his coaching staff, so that what could not be done in Australia, England and New Zealand can now be done in Zimbabwe.