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Abhishek Sharma’s Century Propels India to Victory in 2nd T20I Against Zimbabwe



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Young Abhishek Sharma made a remarkable impact in the second T20I between India and Zimbabwe, leading India to a 100-run victory at the Harare Sports Club.

The match saw India dominating with a massive total of 234/2, thanks to a brilliant 46-ball century by Sharma.

Following a series opener defeat, the young Indian side showcased a blend of power and grace, setting a new record against Zimbabwe in T20Is.

India’s bowlers also excelled, restricting Zimbabwe to 134 all out, leveling the series at 1-1.

With the third T20I approaching, changes in the Indian squad are expected, including Sanju Samson, Shivam Dube, and Jaiswal stepping in.

Meanwhile, Zimbabwe’s batting struggles continue, as their performances in the series have been below par.

Key players like Ravi Bishnoi and Washington Sundar have been instrumental in India’s success, exploiting the bounce on the Harare Sports Club pitch.

Ruturaj Gaikwad acknowledges the challenge of filling the void left by veterans like Virat Kohli in the Indian team.

As the competition intensifies, Gaikwad aims to make valuable contributions in any position assigned by the team management.

With a history of 10 matches between India and Zimbabwe, India has won 7, while Zimbabwe has claimed victory in 3 encounters.

The upcoming third T20I is set to be broadcast live on the Sony Sports Network in India, with online streaming available on the Sony LIV platform.

Rachel Adams

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