Zaman also claimed records for most runs in a five-match bilateral series (515) and most runs scored between dismissals in ODIs (455)
Zaman smashed 210 not out from 156 deliveries, moving past the previous record for a Pakistan batsman set by Saeed Anwar with his 194
Fakhar Zaman double century and a record breaking partnership with Imam leads Pakistan to record breaking victory.
Fakhar Zaman has jumped 14 places to No. 24 while Imam has breached the top 100 batsmen list for the first time and sits at No. 94
Pakistan seamer Faheem Ashraf took a career best five for 22 as the hosts were skittled for just 67.
Opener Fakhar Zaman eased to his second ODI century, finishing with a career best 117 not out, to seal a win that had been set up by their bowlers.
Pakistan stormed to a 201-run win over Zimbabwe in Bulawayo on Friday in the opening game of their five-match one-day series.
With this tour taking place in Zimbabwe’s winter, meaning early sunsets on a ground without any floodlights, the games will start at 9.15am local time
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