Pakistan’s World Cup hopes suffered further damage with a shock one-run defeat by Zimbabwe in Perth.
An inspired performance from the Zimbabwean bowlers ensured Pakistan finished on 129-8, chasing 131 to win.
Shan Masood looked to be steering Pakistan out of trouble before he was stumped for 44 off spinner Sikandar Raza, who took 3-25.
It was Zimbabwe’s first ever win outside the first round of a men’s T20 World Cup.
Needing three to win from the final ball, Shaheen Afridi could only manage a single and was run out trying to come back for a second run which would have secured a tie.
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