ISLAMABAD - Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 131 runs on Sunday in the fifth and final one-day international to clean sweep the ODI series. It was an easy series for Pakistan who dominated their opponents in every aspect.
Things were going so well for Pakistan that Pakistan captain and wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed decided to copy former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and bowl couple of overs.
Sarfaraz took off the gloves to bowl the 48th and 50th overs of Zimbabwe's innings. He had asked Fakhar Zaman to don the wicketkeeping gloves for these overs.
Sarfraz conceded just 6 runs in the first over of his ODI career. He was then whacked for a huge six by Peter Moor over the midwicket region in the next over. Unlike Dhoni, Sarfaraz failed to take a wicket on his ODI bowling debut.