Zimbabwe Hamilton Masakadza Signs Off in Style
Hamilton Masakadza scores 71 runs for just 42 deliveries to help Zimbabwe ending Afghanistan’s streak of victories over the T20 internationals. What a way for Hamilton Masakadza Signs off in Style after winning the match.
Zimbabwe’s hopes of qualifying for the final of a three-series also involving Bangladesh were already over after three successive defeats. But he at least ended the tournament on a high as skipper Masakadza made brilliant runs for his nation.
After returning to a guard of honour after the 155-8 total in Afghanistan, the 36-year-old scored five goals in six and four-to-four in his entertaining move, confirming the seven-yard victory at 19.3.
Masakadza ended his international career, which began in 2001, after playing in 38 Tests, 209 ODI and 66 T20I, scoring 9,543 appearances in all formats. His total of 1,662 points in T20I is almost double that of any other Zimbabwean player.
🚨Zimbabwe win! 🚨
The perfect send-off for captain Hamilton Masakadza who has played his last game for his country today!
His side win by seven wickets 👏 pic.twitter.com/Gx9cDTTKzt
— ICC (@ICC) September 20, 2019