India tried a new opening combination in Gill and Desai and the move worked wonders.
Mavi cleaned up opener Gregory Dollar with a lovely inswinger that hit the top of the off-stump.
The scoring rate always remained a concern for Zimbabwe.
There were throughout history many different peoples, kingdoms and polities which inhabited the land [i].
The earliest archaeological evidence of human settlements in the area dates back about 100.000 years [ii].
NEW DELHI: India dished out yet another clinical performance in the Under 19 World Cup, beating Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in their final group game on Thursday at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui.
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The names of the earliest Bantu-speaking peoples in Zimbabwe is not known, but it is thought that many moved away because of droughts and a long period with a shortfall of rain [vi].
Around 900 CE a people known as the Zhizo people had moved into southern Zimbabwe, in the area around the Shashe-Limpopo basin [vii]. Mapungubwe was at the time to dry for extensive agriculture, but could sustain cattle herding and large packs of elephants.
160 acres in the heart of recreation for great hunting throughout. South side abuts to state land for thousands of acres of exploring and 4 wheeling!
After dismissing Zimbabwe for 154, with left-arm spinner Anukul Roy picking up 4/20, openers Shubman Gill and Harvik Desai chased down the target in 21.4 overs and ensured India went to quarterfinal undefeated.
Since then the area has been home to many great kingdoms and states.