The Zimbabwe national cricket team is a men’s cricket team representing Zimbabwe in various international formats like ICC test, ODIs and T20 cricket tournaments. Since 1992, the team has been a full member of International cricket council (ICC).
ZIMBABWE NATIONAL CRICKET TEAM
As per the latest ICC ranking the Zimbabwe is ranked 11 in test, 11 in ODIs and 12th in T20 internationals.
Zimbabwe has been a conundrum at the highest level. Ever since they burst onto the scene during the 1983 World Cup game with an outstanding win against Australia, they have had a few memorable moments, but have had their share of controversies as well.
With the players like Andy Flower, Heath Streak, and Neil Johnson,SikandarRaza, Henry Olonga, Brendnan Taylor, Zimbabwe became a powerful and competitive cricket squad and had a few memorable successes in One-Day Internationals. The team first Test win (1995) and overseas series victory (1998) had both come against Pakistan.
In the year 1999 & 2003, Zimbabwe made it to the Super Sixes in World Cups.
Hamilton Masakadza is the current captain of Zimbabwe men’s national cricket team for test matches, ODIs and T20.