@TheRealPCB opener becomes the fastest batsman to get to 1000 ODI runs, reaching the milestone in just 18 innings!
Zaman passed 1 000 ODI runs in just his 18th innings, breaking the record of 21 innings held by five players, including Viv Richards and team-mate Babar Azam. While he missed out on what would have been his third hundred of the series, Zaman did also claim the records for most runs in a five-match bilateral series with 515 and most runs scored between dismissals in ODIs, having scored 455 runs since he was last dismissed in the first match of the series.
Pakistan's young and energetic cricket team added another feather to its cap with a record 7th five-match series clean sweep by beating Zimbabwe 5-0.
Sarfaraz took off the gloves to bowl the 48th and 50th overs of Zimbabwe's innings. Bowling the last over of the match, Sarfraz was hammered for six by Zimbabwe's Peter Moor. In the series, he has already scored two centuries and a half-century with a match remaining on Sunday.
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It was Imam's third ton of the series and fourth overall in just nine ODI innings. He also shared a Pakistan record opening stand of 304 with fellow left-hander Imam ul-Haq who hit 113 off 122 balls and stunned the hosts with a devastating 244-run victory at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo.
Zaman and opening partner ul-Haq were in the runs once again, the pair adding their fourth century stand of the series. They did manage to put in perhaps their best showing of the series so far in the final ODI but even that wasn't enough to avert another thumping loss.
Prince Masvaure (39) and Murray also got starts before both fell while going for big shots.
"We took each match one by one and the credit goes to the players as they were focused and didn't take Zimbabwe lightly", he said.