West Indies respond well in Bulawayo

Hamilton Masakadza had scored his first century for three years at the Queens Sports Club on Sunday as Zimbabwe, one down in the two-match series, resumed at 169 for four.

However, after Masakadza, unbeaten at 101 overnight, was caught behind off spinner Devendra Bishoo for 147, only Sikandar Raza provided some resistance with 80 as Windies paceman Kemar Roach finished with three for 44 to leave Zimbabwe all out soon after lunch.

In reply, West Indies had looked set to end the day without loss before Brathwaite fell for 32 when caught in the slips off Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer.

The tourists closed at 78 for one, with Kieran Powell on 43 not out and nightwatchman Bishoo yet to score from his six minutes at the crease.

  West Indies bowler Kemar Roach finished with three for 44 as Zimbabwe were all out for 326 just after tea on day two in Bulawayo
West Indies bowler Kemar Roach finished with three for 44 as Zimbabwe were all out for 326 just after tea on day two in Bulawayo