Zimbabwe were 69 for no loss at the end of 10 overs in the second One-Day International (ODI) against Afghanistan at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo. Sikandar Raza was batting on 41 and Hamilton Masakadza was batting on 23.
Afghanistan posted a total of 256, with Usman Ghani scoring an incredible century. He was the second youngest batsman after Shahid Afridi to have scored a century in international cricket.
The bilateral series will give both teams an opportunity to hone their skills, and give them the much needed experience and exposure before ICC World Cup 2015.
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