Second test: Pakistan require 264 runs to beat Zimbabwe

File photo of Zimbabwe batsmen Malcolm Waller (L) and Sikanda Raza. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

File photo of Zimbabwe batsmen Malcolm Waller (L) and Sikanda Raza. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE, HARARE, 13th SEPTEMBER 2013: Pakistan’s bowlers kept the pressure on Zimbabwe’s batsmen and managed to bowl the hosting team out for 199 runs on the fourth morning of the second Test at Harare Sports Club.

Pakistan now require 264 runs to win the second test.

Zimbabwe were 172 for seven in their second innings at lunch- an overall lead of 236 – with the home side adding just 51 runs to their overnight total of 121 for four against tight bowling on a tricky pitch.

The wickets were shared by the Pakistani bowlers. Left-arm fast bowler Rahat Ali took five wickets for 52 runs.

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