You now know the story. It is always our batsmen failing this thing. The batting department has ceaselessly failed the country on countless occasions, and it seems not to be ending soon.
Zimbabwe are in South Africa where they are playing One Day Internationals (ODIs) and will play T20s too. The first ODI proved that Zimbabwe still have a long way to go when it comes to batting, as they scored a measly total of 117 runs only. Wickets fell regularly and it was a hard pill to swallow. Will our batting problems end?
Elton Chigumbura top-scored with 27 runs only. The bowlers made some great effort, with Tendai Chatara and Wellington Masakadza leading the bowling department, but in the end the total was just too low to defend.
As the series will continue, and as Zim will face Bangladesh after the South Africa series, it is yet to be seen what will be done about the batting problem. It’s been a menace sha.
However Hamilton Masakadza said they should have adapted to the conditions, they should have been familiar with the wicket.