Brendan Taylor led his side from the front with a worthy knock whereas Vusi Sibanda dispatched the last ball six and won the game against the Netherlands.
The vulnerable batting line up of the touring Pakistani team was exposed by the targeted bowling of the hosts Zimbabwe who clinched the second Test at Harare.
The 2nd and final Test between Pakistan and Zimbabwe has entered an interesting stage where both teams have equal chance of winning the game on the 5th day.
The young left arm bowler of Zimbabwe, Brian Vitori, ripped through the perishable batting line up of Pakistan as Zimbabwe took a reasonable 1st innings lead.
A couple of fifties from the top order batsmen of Pakistan led by Younis Khan brought stability to their batting while chasing a sufficient score of Zimbabwe.
Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor shared a solid partnership of 110 runs but the Pakistani bowlers brought their team back in the game at stumps on day one.
The Pakistani skipper, Misbah-ul-Haq, hailed the performance of the hosts Zimbabwe, who crushed the visitors in the 2nd ODI with a huge margin at Harare.
Zimbabwe humiliated the visiting Pakistan after 15 years mainly because of a sterling batting by Hamilton Masakadza, Vusi Sibanda and by their hostile bowling.
Ahmed Shehzad blasted 98 runs by crushing the bowling of Zimbabwe and Mohammad Hafeez led from the front with his all round performance as Pakistan won easily.
A deadly spin bowling spell by Amit Mishra laid a strong foundation for another scintillating victory for India who clean swept the series 5-0 vs. Zimbabwe.