Afghanistan’s A cricket team on Sunday beat Zimbabwe A by 55 runs in the second of five One Day International (ODI) matches.
On Friday, Afghanistan made a fine start by beating Zimbabwe A by five wickets in their first match of the Afghanistan Development Squad tour to Zimbabwe.
Afghanistan, on Sunday meanwhile, scored 208 runs from 47.3 overs but the target was reduced to 182 runs as per the Duck and Lewis method after the game was interrupted due to rain.
Zimbabwe had won the toss and put Afghanistan A in to bat first – a move that left Zimbabwe unable to chase the given target. They lost all their wickets after scoring 126 runs from 27.5 overs.
Shafiqullah, from Afghanistan’s team, scored the highest number of runs on the batting side for his team and notched 50 runs off 53 balls.
The next match of the series takes place on Tuesday at the Harare Sports Club.