CricketNext GET APP

In Pics: Zimbabwe vs India, 2nd ODI at Harare

Updated: June 13, 2016, 10:41 PM IST
Indian pacers Barinder Sran (2/17) and Dhawal Kulkarni (2/31) performed their duties early on before leggie Chahal (3/25) joined the party to help India skittle Zimbabwe 126. (AFP Photo)
1/7

Indian pacers Barinder Sran (2/17) and Dhawal Kulkarni (2/31) performed their duties early on before leggie Chahal (3/25) joined the party to help India skittle Zimbabwe 126. (AFP Photo)

The experienced Vusi Sibanda gave the innings some momentum with a fighting 53 off 69 balls, but his fall led to a batting collapse. Sibanda was the lone warhorse for Zimbabwe as he completed his 21st ODI half century. His knock comprised six fours and a six. (AFP Photo)
2/7

The experienced Vusi Sibanda gave the innings some momentum with a fighting 53 off 69 balls, but his fall led to a batting collapse. Sibanda was the lone warhorse for Zimbabwe as he completed his 21st ODI half century. His knock comprised six fours and a six. (AFP Photo)

Vusi Sibanda shared a handy 67-run stand with Sikandar Raza (16 off 41) to take his side past the 100-run mark. (AFP Photo)
3/7

Vusi Sibanda shared a handy 67-run stand with Sikandar Raza (16 off 41) to take his side past the 100-run mark. (AFP Photo)

Axar Patel claimed one wicket in his 7.3-over spell conceding 22 runs. (AFP Photo)
4/7

Axar Patel claimed one wicket in his 7.3-over spell conceding 22 runs. (AFP Photo)

India pulled off another spectacular show as they cruised to a eight-wicket win over minnows Zimbabwe to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
5/7

India pulled off another spectacular show as they cruised to a eight-wicket win over minnows Zimbabwe to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

India have a chance of whitewashing Zimbabwe by winning the third and the final ODI on Wednesday. The series win is also a hat-trick for the
6/7

India have a chance of whitewashing Zimbabwe by winning the third and the final ODI on Wednesday. The series win is also a hat-trick for the

It was Ambati Rayudu who starred in India's run chase with a match-winning 41 off 44 balls.  (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
7/7

It was Ambati Rayudu who starred in India's run chase with a match-winning 41 off 44 balls. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Team Rankings

RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 4493 125
2 South Africa 3395 110
3 England 4097 105
4 Australia 3087 100
5 New Zealand 3114 97
FULL Ranking