Andrew Flower: 199* [470 balls; 590 minutes; 4x24; 6x1]. Gary Kirsten (220), Jacques Kallis (157*) and Herschelle Gibbs (147) put Zimbabwe's attack to the sword at Harare in September 2001 as South Africa delcared their first innings at an imposing 600 for 3. Andre Nel (4-53) was the most successful of South Africa's bowlers as Zimbabwe was bundled out for 286 with Andy Flower scoring 142 of those runs. In Zimbabwe's second innings, Andy Flower came to the middle with the score at 25 for 3 and then gave a masterclass in batting under pressure. Hamilton Masakadza (85) was the only batsman to give Flower any support; Zimbabwe was all out for 391 in their second innings to set South Africa a target of 78, which the Proteas easily overhauled for the loss of only one wicket.
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