Zimbabwe's Debut Test Playing XI: Where Are They Now?
- A look at where the debut Test XI are right now.
#4 Alistair Campbell
Campbell led Zimbabwe twice - from 1996-2000 and 2002-03. He led his team to Zimbabwe's first Test series win in 1998 against Pakistan since their debut. He is the third highest scorer in Tests. He is the first batsman to score a century in Champions Trophy history. Currently, he is a cricket commentator and analyst.
#5 Andrew Pycroft
Andy Pycroft was known for his evenness in the domestic circuit. However, he cannot bring his consistency to the international level and his international career lasted up to 23 matches, which includes 20 One Day Internationals. He coached the Zimbabwe A side from 2006 until 2008. Currently, he is a part of the Elite Panel of ICC Referees.
#6 Mark Burmester
Mark Burmester didn't have a remarkable cricket career. He was the first Zimbabwean bowler to pick a wicket in Tests. He played 11 International matches, which includes 8 One Day Internationals. Currently, he is a sales manager in a furniture company.
#7 Andy Flower
Andy Flower was the finest wicketkeeper-batsman Zimbabwe ever produced. He led Zimbabwe twice - from 1993-96 and 1999-2000. He is the highest run-scorer for Zimbabwe in both ODIs and Tests.
He holds the record of highest score by a wicketkeeper in Tests. He retired from international cricket in March 2003 and went on to play County Cricket for Essex until September 2006. He was the coach of World XI team which toured to Pakistan in September 2017 for three T20I matches.Published 07 Nov 2018, 22:54 IST