Harare, July 19: The following is the scoreboard of the second and final Twenty20 International between India and Zimbabwe played at the Harare Sports Club here on Sunday:Zimbabwe:
Hamilton Masakadza c Uthappa b Sandeep Sharma 19
Chamu Chibhabha b Kumar 67
Sikandar Raza c Samson b Mohit Sharma 8
Sean Williams c and b Patel 17
Charles Coventry lbw b Binny 4
Craig Ervine b Kumar 7
Malcolm Waller not out 6
Prosper Utseya c Patel b Mohit Sharma 1
Graeme Cremer not out 0
Extras (b 5, lb 1, w 9, nb 1) 16
Darwin, July 19: Veteran tennis player Lleyton Hewitt led Australia to a 3-2 victory over Kazakhstan in the Davis Cup quarter-finals here on Sunday, winning the deciding rubber over Aleksandr Nedovyesov 7-6 (7-2), 6-2, 6-3."I love the backs-to-the-wall situation and we had to rally together to get the win," the 34-year-old Hewitt was quoted as saying by Efe. "You don't get opportunities like this very often. This is what dreams are made of."
Kazakhstan were up 2-0 early in the tie, forcing…
Breda (The Netherlands), July 19: India lost 0-1 to the Netherlands in their first match of the women's Volvo Invitational Under-21 hockey tournament here on Sunday.The Netherlands managed to win through Carmen Wijsman's field goal in the 33rd minute even though the Indians fought hard.
Both the teams started positively. While the Indian team maintained pressure on the opponents, it even ensured that the opponents remain at bay.
When it seemed that the session would end in a dry run, Wijsman broke…
Harare, July 19: A gritty Zimbabwe overcame a below-par India by 10 runs to draw their two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series at the Harare Sports Club here on Sunday.Opener Chamu Chibhabha's fighting knock of a 51-ball 67 lifted Zimbabwe to 145/7 in 20 overs. In reply, India managed only 135/9 in the allotted 20 overs to lose their second T20I match.
Robin Uthappa's breezy knock of a 25-ball 42 gave India immense impetus but the visitors were reduced to 69/5 in nine overs. Stuart Binny (25),…
Harare, July 19: Claiming that he is a victim of racism, off-spinner Prosper Utseya has, in a letter to Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), levelled a string of allegations against ZC managing director Alistair Campbell.In the letter addressed to ZC chairman Wilson Manase, Utseya accused Campbell of having a "personal agenda" against him which influenced his non-selection (in the playing XI) at the recent World Cup, ESPNcricinfo reported on Saturday.
The 30-year-old spinner alleged that former left-handed batsman…