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PAK Vs ZIM On Working Biss Key on 68.5°East 2021

PAK Vs ZIM New Biss Key on IntelSat-20 @68.5°East Working HD Latest Feed Here Update Today 2021

The Zimbabwe cricket team toured Pakistan in October and November 2020 to play three One Day International (ODI) and three Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. All of the matches were played behind closed doors at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.[3] The ODI series formed part of the inaugural 2020–23 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League.[4][5] Pakistan’s Babar Azam captained the team for the first time in ODI cricket.

PAK Vs ZIM On Working Biss Key on 68.5°East 2021

In the second ODI, Aleem Dar of Pakistan stood in his 210th ODI match as an on-field umpire, surpassing South African Rudi Koertzen’s record of officiating in the most ODI matches. In the second T20I, Ahsan Raza of Pakistan stood in his 50th T20I match as an on-field umpire, becoming the first umpire to reach the milestone in T20I cricket.

Pakistan won the first two ODI matches to take an unassailable lead in the series.[9] The third match was tied, with Zimbabwe winning the Super Over.[10] It was Zimbabwe’s first win in an ODI in Pakistan since November 1998. Pakistan also won the first two T20I matches to win the series.They also won the third T20I by eight wickets to take the series 3–0. Zimbabwe’s Elton Chigumbura retired from international cricket following the conclusion of the tour.

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IntelSat-20 @68.5E
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