Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe 2nd Test 2021 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe 2nd Test 2021 - Afghanistan - Zimbabwe tour of United Arab Emirates (UAE) 2-match Test series of the 2nd Test match first time played between Afghanistan and Zimbabwe at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi in 10th March to 14th March 2021.

Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan 2nd Test 2021 Highlights
Hashmatullah Shahidi celebrates his century © Abu Dhabi Cricket

Asghar Afghan's maiden Test century, Half-centuries from Ibrahim Zadran and Hashmatullah Shahidi build the foundation for Afghanistan on opening day of the second Test match.

Match Stats : 
  • Hashmatullah Shahidi became the first Afghanistan batsman to score a double-century in Test cricket history.
  • Asghar Afghan became the second Afghanistan batsman to score a hundred in Test matches after Rahmat Shah.
  • Afghanistan's 545 was their highest score ever in Test matches.
  • 307 : Asghar Afghan and Hashmatullah Shahidi set up the record fourth-wicket partnership for Afghanistan in Test matches, previously held by the 120-run stand between Rahmat Shah and Asghar Afghan against Bangladesh at Chattogram in 2019 and also the Afghanistan's record any-wicket partnership for Afghanistan in Tests, previously held by the 139-run stand between Ihsanullah and Rahmat Shah against Ireland at Dehradun in 2019.
  • Rashid Khan's 7 for 137 was the best bowling figures by an Afghanistan bowler in Test matches, surpassing the his own record of 6 for 49 against Bangladesh at Chattogram in 2019 and his fourth five-wicket haul or more wickets in Tests.
  • Rashid Khan took 11-wickets in this match - This is Rashid Khan's second ten-wicket plus wickets in a match in Test matches and the best bowling figures in a match by an Afghanistan bowler against Zimbabwe in Tests, surpassing the previous record of 6 for 86 held by Amir Hamza in the first Test match.

Hashmatullah Shahidi's record double-century powers to Afghanistan set up the their record total of 545 in the day 2 of the second Test match.

Zimbabwe Follow-on after Afghanistan's bowling attack in the day 3 of the Test match.

Sean Williams' unbeaten century and Donald Tiripano's unbeaten half-century helped to Zimbabwe fightback after Rashid Khan's five-for in the day 4 of the second Test match.

Hashmatullah Shahidi, Asghar Afghan and Rashid Khan guided Afghanistan convincing six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe, despite a magnificent knocks from Sean Williams' 151 - Donald Tiripano's 95 and level the series with 1-1 in the second Test match.

Afghanistan scored 545-4 declared in 160.4 overs with top scorer by Hashmatullah Shahidi 200 not out off 443-balls - which was his 1st Test double-hundred - including 21-fours & a six.

Asghar Afghan 164 off 257-balls - which was his 1st Test hundred - including 14-fours & 2-sixes.

Ibrahim Zadran 72, Nasir Jamal 55 not out and Rahmat Shah 23.

1st Innings Zimbabwe best bowler by Ryan Burl, Sikandar Raza and Victor Nyauchi each took one-wickets.

Zimbabwe 1st Innings scored 287 for all-out in 91.3 overs with top scorer by Sikandar Raza 85, Prince Masvaure 65, Kevin Kasuza 41, Tarisai Musakanda 41 and Regis Chakabva 33.

1st Innings Afghanistan best bowler by Rashid Khan claimed a 4-wickets for 138.3-overs, Amir Hamza picked up 3-wickets and Debutant Sayed Shirzad - who took 2-wickets on his debut Test match.

Zimbabwe 2nd Innings scored 365 for all-out in 148.5-overs (Follow-on) with top scorer by Sean Williams 151 not out off 309-balls - which was his 4th Test hundred and his second century against Afghanistan in Tests.

Donald Tiripano 95 off 258-balls - who fell five-run short of his century - including 16-fours, Kevin Kasuza 30, Sikandar Raza 22, Blessing Muzarabani 17, Prince Masvaure 15 and Tarisai Musakanda 15.

2nd Innings Bangladesh best bowler by Rashid Khan claimed a 7-wickets for 137-runs in 62.5-overs including 17 maidens, Javed Ahmadi, Sayed Shirzad and Amir Hamza each took one-wickets.

Hashmatullah Shahidi named Player of the match for his record unbeaten 200-runs knocked off facing 443-balls including 21-fours and a six.

Sean Williams earned player of the series for contributing 264-runs including two centuries in the two-match Test series.

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