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HARARE - Herschelle Gibbs smashed a century while skipper Graeme Smith made 96 as South Africa coasted to a comfortable eight-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second one-day international on Saturday.
Gibbs scored 111 runs, his 17th limited overs century, off 100 balls with 16 fours and two sixes at the Harare Sports Club as the tourists took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
South Africa scored 251 runs to win, reaching their target in just 40 overs.
Earlier, Zimbabwe had made 247 off their 50 overs, with Sean Williams (54) top scoring with former skipper Tatenda Taibu, playing his second match since ending his international exile, hitting 43. Stuart Matsikenyeri hit a valuable 52.
Smith, who put on 174 for the first wicket with Gibbs, reached his 50 off 53 balls while his partner's half-century came off 58 balls.
Smith missed out on a seventh ODI hundred when umpire Russell Tiffin ruled he got glove on an attempted sweep, but Gibbs reached his 17th century with a flurry of boundaries, including a massive six to move to 102. - Sapa-AFP