Zimbabwe vs Singapore, 6th match:
Zimbabwe: 168/2 (18.4/20 overs, target 168)
Zimbabwe won the match by 8 wickets with 8 balls remaining.
Singapore scored 167 runs at the cost of 7 wickets after 20 overs, while batting first in the 6th match of the Singapore Twenty20 Tri-Series. Zimbabwe achieved the target of 168 runs at the cost of 2 wickets in 18.4 overs, winning the match by 8 wickets with 8 balls remaining.
Singapore’s innings against Zimbabwe:
Zimbabwe won the toss and decided to bat first. Singapore sent Rohan Rangarajan and Surendran Chandramohan to bat first against Zimbabwe. Singapore lost Rohan Rangarajan, who scored 5 off 6 balls on the first ball of the 4th over of the match.
Surendran Chandramohan and Tim David together took a stand of 90 runs. Tim David scored 47 runs off 23 balls with 6 fours and 2 sixes before he lost his wicket to Daniel Jakiel in the 11th over of the match. Surendran Chandramohan remained the top-scorer from Singapore’s side as he played an impressive inning of 66 runs off 47 balls. He struck a total of 5 fours and 4 sixes all over the ground for Singapore.
Towards the end of their innings, Janak Prakash added a quick 22 runs off 15 balls to push his team to a total of 167 runs off 7 wickets after 20 overs. Daniel Jakiel proved to be the most successful bowler for Zimbabwe as he took 2 wickets for 27 runs in his 4 overs. Tendai Chatara, Wellington Masakadza, and Ryan Burl took 1 wicket each for Zimbabwe against Singapore.
Zimbabwe’s innings against Singapore:
Zimbabwe required 168 runs off 120 balls to win the match. Peter Moor and Regis Chakabva opened the innings for Zimbabwe. Regis Chakabva lost his wicket on the first ball of the 4th over after scoring just 6 runs off 7 balls. Peter Moor and Tony Munyonga scored a partnership of 84 runs together for the 2nd wicket against Singapore. Tony Munyonga lost his wicket to Tim David after scoring 44 runs off 33 balls with the help of 3 fours and a six.
Peter Moor was the star of the match as he remained not out after scoring 92 runs off 60 balls for 9 quick fours and 6 huge sixes. Peter Moor’s unbeaten innings of 92 runs along with Tony Munyonga’s 44 runs secured an easy win for Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe chased the target of 168 runs at the loss of just 2 wickets in just 18.4 overs, owing to Peter Moor and Tony Munyonga’s batting performances. Janak Prakash and Tim David took 1 wicket each for Singapore.
Peter Moor was awarded the “Player of the Match” as his brilliant undefeated innings of 92 runs secured the game for Zimbabwe, as they took their revenge on Singapore for beating them by 4 runs in the 3rd match of the Singapore Twenty20 Tri-Series.
Singapore Twenty20 Tri-series 2019:
Zimbabwe won the Singapore Twenty20 Tri-Series, which was being held between Singapore, Nepal, and Zimbabwe in Singapore. Zimbabwe finished on the top of the points table with 6 points as they won 3 out of the 4 matches they played in the tri-series, losing the only game to Singapore by 4 runs.
Nepal finished the tri-series on the 2nd position with 3 points as they won 1 match against, Singapore while losing 2 matches to Zimbabwe with 1 match against Singapore being abandoned.
Singapore defeated Zimbabwe once by 4 runs and lost the other 2 matches, with the last match being abandoned due to rain as they finished 3rd on the points table with 3 points.