Zimbabwe – ICC Cricket World Cup History

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Zimbabwe’s hopes for the 2023 cricket world cup in India are over. They are knocked out by Scotland from the qualifiers. Zimbabwe has always been a very special country when it comes to cricket. Every cricket lover loves their style of playing, loves their passion for the game but they still have a long way to go. In this article, we will tell you about the cricket world cup history of Zimbabwe.

Highest Total In Cricket World Cup

The highest total of the Zimbabwe team came against Namibia in the 2003 world cup at Harare. Zimbabwe made 340 runs in 50 overs against Namibia.

Most Run Scorer In CWC

Zimbabwe’s highest run scorer in World Cups is their former captain, Andy Flower who made 815 runs in ODI world cups for Zimbabwe.

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Who Is The Highest Individual Score

highest individual score by a Zimbabwe player came from CB Wishart’s bat in the 2003 world cup against Namibia at Harare where he made 172*.

Who Is The Highest Wicket-Taker

Zimbabwe’s highest wicket-taker in world cups is HH Streak, who has 22 wickets in world cups.

Best Bowling Gigures  

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best bowling figure by a Zimbabwe player came from PA Strang in the 1996 world cup against Kenya at Patna where Strang took 5 wickets and gave only 21 runs in his 9.4 overs spell.

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Who Is Played Most Matches?

Zimbabwe’s player with the most world cup matches was Andy Flower who played in 30 world cup matches for Zimbabwe.


Zimbabwe has never played in the finals of the cricket world cup. They also failed to qualify for the 2023 world cup in India.

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Zimbabwe has never played in the semi-finals of cricket world cups. Their first world cup appearance was in 1983 world up and since then they are always out of the group stage of the tournament.

Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.