Zimbabwe's target revised to 363 after rain delay

Posted on 24th Feb 2015 06:17 pm by mohit kumar

Canberra, Feb 24 (IANS) Zimbabwe's run-target was revised to 363 from 48 overs following a rain delay in their World Cup Pool B encounter against the West Indies at the Manuka Oval here Tuesday.

Rain halted play when Zimabwe were at 18/1 in 2.3 overs, chasing West Indies' mammoth total of 372/2 which they piled on in 50 overs. Chris Gayle scored the highest score and the first double-hundred of the World Cup with his 215 while Marlon Samuels scored 133 not out.

They duo also struck the best One-Day International (ODI) partnership with their 372-run stand.

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