Zimbabwe Performing Better Than West Indies in World Cup Qualifiers

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Zimbabwe has outperformed West Indies in the world cup qualifiers, which is quite impressive given that Zimbabwe is often regarded as one of the weaker cricket teams. Amazingly, Zimbabwe has emerged victorious in all 5 matches, whereas the Windies have secured only two wins out of their 5 games.

Zimbabwe Outperformed West Indies

Zimbabwe’s performance in the 13th match of the Cricket World Cup Qualifier was commendable as they emerged victorious over the West Indies by a margin of 35 runs.

It was an impressive team effort, with significant contributions from Sikandar Raza, who scored 68 runs; Ryan Burl, who achieved a half-century; and Tendai Chatara, who took three wickets. Additionally, Blessing Muzarabani and Richard Ngarava played crucial roles by claiming two wickets each, securing the win for the team.

Zimbabwe Won 5 Out of 5 Matches in World Cup Qualifiers 2023

Zimbabwe showcased an exceptional display of cricket throughout the ICC World Cup Qualifiers. Their journey commenced with an 8-wicket victory over Nepal in the opening match

Building on their success, they continued their winning streak by defeating the Netherlands by six wickets in the second match. The team’s exceptional performance persisted as they won over the West Indies by 35 runs in their third encounter

Making history, Zimbabwe achieved an extraordinary victory against the US by a whopping 304 runs in the fourth match. Displaying unwavering form, they emerged victorious in the fifth match against Oman by a narrow margin of 14 runs during the Super Sixes stage. Zimbabwe’s complete dominance throughout the tournament is commendable, reflecting their great form and consistency.

West Indies Won Only 2 Out of 5 Matches World Cup Qualifiers 2023

First, Win Against The USA

West Indies clinched their first victory of the season in the second match of the world cup qualifiers, defeating the US team by a margin of 39 runs. The West Indies team put up a formidable total of 297 runs while batting first. Johnson Charles displayed an impressive performance, scoring 66 runs, accompanied by Shai Hope, who contributed 54 runs. Roston Chase and Jason Holder also played crucial roles, both achieving half-centuries with scores of 50 runs each.

Second, Win Against Nepal

West Indies secured their second victory in the World Cup Qualifiers with a 101-run win over Nepal in the second match. The bowlers played a significant role in this win, directing Nepal’s complete dismissal. Jason Holder led the bowling attack, taking three wickets, while Alzarri Joseph, Keemo Paul, and Akeal Hosein contributed two wickets each.