Zimbabwe vs india
Stand-in captain KL Rahul was appreciative of Zimbabwe's fightback and taking the game deep in the third and final ODI at Harare Sports Club on Monday. He then admitted that he would have liked to seal the victory a little earlier in the match.
After Shubman Gill's top-class maiden ODI century, 130 off 97 balls, laced with 15 fours and a six took India to 289-8, Zimbabwe were down and out in the run chase at 169-7. In came Sikandar Raza and he slammed 115 off 95 balls, including nine fours and three sixes, to bring Zimbabwe on the verge of a huge victory.