Kenya's cricket team bested Zimbabwe by 20 runs Thursday at Harare Sports Club, breaking the host team's two-day winning streak and keeping alive its hopes of a series win.
Considered underdogs after losing two days in a row, the Kenyans stepped up their game to post 266 runs leaving Zimbabwe in the lurch.
Harare-based cricket analyst Brian Goredema told reporter Marvellous Mhlanga-Nyahuye of VOA's Studio 7 for Zimbabwe that Kenya is back in the running with a chance of taking three of the five games in the series of one-day international matches.
The last two matches will be held Saturday and Sunday, also in Harare.
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