Afghanistan A team on Friday completed its fourth consecutive win over Zimbabwe A in an unofficial One-Day International (ODI) series, taking 4-0 series lead.
Choosing to field first after winning the toss, the host posted a target of 213 runs for Afghanistan.
The middle order batsman, Tinotenda Mutombodzi played the highest score of the match 62 off 84 balls for Zimbabwe A.
In reply, the Afghan team had to chase the target of 162 runs from 40 overs, after the match was interrupted by rain and forced the Duckworth–Lewis method to be used.
However, the visitors chased the target by six wickets in hand and 21 balls remaining.
For Afghanistan, Waheedullah Shafaq scored 51 off 83 while Nawaz Khan claimed five-fa in the bowling department.
Both sides will meet again for fifth ODI on Sunday at the same venue (Harare) as previous matches have been played.