Harare: Afghanistan defeated Zimbabwe by 54 runs to take a 2-0 lead in their five-match ODI series on Sunday thanks to spinners Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi who finished with six wickets between them.
Chasing 239 to win, Zimbabwe were well-set at 139-3 in the 32nd over before imploding, losing seven wickets for just 45 runs.
Teenage leg-break bowler Rashid was named man of the match for his 3-25, a haul which included opener Solomon Mire who top-scored with 54 as well as dangerous big-hitter Hamilton Masakadza (five).
For Afghanistan, opener Mohammad Shahzad made 64 for his eighth one-day international fifty, Rahmat Shah hit 53 while Najibullah Zadran contributed a breezy 45.
The third game of the series takes place at the Harare Sports Club on Wednesday.
Scores in the second ODI between Zimbabwe and Afghanistan on Sunday:
Afghanistan 238-9 in 50 overs (Mohammad Shahzad 64, Rahmat Shah 53, Najibullah Zadran 45) v Zimbabwe 184 all out in 42.1 overs (Solomon Mire 54; Rashid Khan 3-25)
Afghanistan won by 54 runs.