Brendon McCullum, Waqar Younis and other leading lights from the cricket world paid rich tribute to Fakhar Zaman, the first Pakistan batsman to score a double hundred in one-day internationals. "I try to bowl in good areas and a stump to stump line", said Faheem.
Pakistan is leading the series by [VIDEO] 3-0, after dominating the hosts in the first three ODI matches.
Faheem Ashraf took five wickets for Pakistan as a dominant nine-wicket victory over Zimbabwe sealed a straightforward one-day global series win.
Ashraf then hurried the middle-order collapse by claiming four wickets in four overs and wrapped up the innings by clean bowling last man Richard Ngarava.
This was also Zaman's second triple-figure score of the series.
He was also first to his hundred, in the 32nd over.
Fakhar remained unbeaten on 210 off 156 deliveries which included 28 fours and five sixes.
His 210 not out is fifth highest score in ODI cricket after Rohit's 264, Guptill's 237, Sehwag's 219 and Gayle's 215.
The scores: Zimbabwe 67 in 25.1 overs (Faheem Ashraf five for 22) lost to Pakistan 69 for one in 9.5 overs (Fakhar Zaman 43 n.o.). The visitors, charging towards a series whitewash, may be tempted to make a few changes to their XI, bringing in Yasir Shah, their premier Test spinner, left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz and opening bat Haris Sohail. He has three more innings to achieve this feat.
"Coming from his background, being in the navy and being very raw when he first came into the set-up, his technique has come a long way. He showed a lot of mental strength today".