`Disappointed` Malik says Pak could’ve won second ODI against Zimbabwe

Karachi, Oct.4 (ANI): Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik has said that his side would have won their second one-day-international (ODI) against Zimbabwe if they were allowed to play full overs.

Earlier, Zimbabwe levelled the series 1-1 as they secured a five-run Duckworth-Lewis win over the visitors in their second ODI at Harare Sports club on Saturday.

Malik said the game was entirely in their favour as they were batting really well, adding that it was really disappointing to end the game in that way.

The 33-year-old, however, admitted that his side have to follow certain rules and regulations laid down by ICC, the Express tribune reported.

Meanwhile, reacting on Pakistan’s decision to attack Zimbabwe that in return resulted in losing early wickets, Malik said that it is vital to play aggressive cricket at this point of time, adding that it is quite common in game.

Malik failed to score century as he remained unbeaten on 96 with the help of eight fours and a six during the match.

Pakistan will now play the ODI series decider on October 5. (ANI)

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