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Zimbabwe v Windies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo

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  • Jason Holder bowls at Hamilton Masakadza, the opener, who scored a brilliant 240-ball 147 in Zimbabwe's first innings.
    Jason Holder bowls at Hamilton Masakadza, the opener, who scored a brilliant 240-ball 147 in Zimbabwe's first innings.
  • Sikandar Raza scored 80 off 147 in the first innings, and 89 off 203 in the second innings.
    Sikandar Raza scored 80 off 147 in the first innings, and 89 off 203 in the second innings.
  • Shannon Gabriel picked up two wickets in the first innings, including the prized scalp of Sikandar Raza.
    Shannon Gabriel picked up two wickets in the first innings, including the prized scalp of Sikandar Raza.
  • Windies players celebrate after restricting Zimbabwe for 326 in the first innings.
    Windies players celebrate after restricting Zimbabwe for 326 in the first innings.
  • Windies were tottering at 230 for 7 when Shane Dowrich(103 off 232) notched up a crucial 212-run eighth-wicket stand with Jason Holder.
    Windies were tottering at 230 for 7 when Shane Dowrich(103 off 232) notched up a crucial 212-run eighth-wicket stand with Jason Holder.
  • Jason Holder top-scored for Windies with his 198-ball 110, studded with 10 fours and a six, lifting his side to 448 on Day 4.
    Jason Holder top-scored for Windies with his 198-ball 110, studded with 10 fours and a six, lifting his side to 448 on Day 4.
  • Devendra Bishoo finished with match figures of 4 for 156.
    Devendra Bishoo finished with match figures of 4 for 156.
  • Bishoo, who took 13 wickets in two Tests, was named player of the series.
    Bishoo, who took 13 wickets in two Tests, was named player of the series.
  • Windies won the series 1-0 after an eight- wicket stand of 91 between Regis Chakabva (71 off 192) and Graeme Cremer (28 off 150) gave Zimbabwe its first draw in Test cricket since 2005.
    Windies won the series 1-0 after an eight- wicket stand of 91 between Regis Chakabva (71 off 192) and Graeme Cremer (28 off 150) gave Zimbabwe its first draw in Test cricket since 2005.