Zimbabwe’s Record: In the World Cup Qualifier matches being played these days, the Zimbabwean team is looking in very good form. In the match being played against the United States in the league, the host Zimbabwe made a historic total of 408 runs for 9 wickets in 50 overs while batting first. Captain Sean Williams played a brilliant inning of 176 runs for the team.
Zimbabwe crossed the 400-run mark for the first time in ODI history. Apart from captain Sean Williams, Joylord Gumby scored 78 runs in 103 balls with the help of 5 fours. While Sikandar Raza scored 48 and Ryan Burl scored 47 runs. Raza’s innings included 5 fours and 2 sixes, while Ryan Burl hit 3 fours and 4 sixes.
Captain Sean Williams missed double century
Captain Sean Williams missed his double century from Zimbabwe in this historic total. Williams remained 26 runs away from his double century. He scored an inning of 174 runs in 101 balls with the help of 21 fours and 5 sixes. During this, his strike rate was 172.28.
36-year-old captain Williams has so far appeared in excellent rhythm for his team in the qualifier matches. He played an unbeaten 102 in the match against Nepal for the team, 91 against the Netherlands and now 174 against the United States.
Zimbabwe has not lost a single match so far
Let us tell you that Zimbabwe’s team has not lost a single match in the World Cup qualifiers so far. The team won the first match against Nepal by 8 wickets, against Netherlands by 6 wickets and against World Cup winner West Indies by 35 runs, while, Zimbabwe is playing its fourth match against United States. Zimbabwe has also qualified for the Super-6 by topping their group.
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