And Zimbabwe was quick reduced to 52-4 in reply at the end of Day two as Pakistan closed on a dominant sweep of die Two-match series.
The Tour side, who won the opener by a innings and 116 run resumed on 268-4 on Saturday and couldn’t slow down.
It took Zimbabwe 54 balls to remove the night watchman Sajid Khan (20) who was installed next to Abid after a belated riot of wickets on Friday, although Abid’s goals were only constant as Mohammad Rizwan and Hasan Ali also left.
The arrival of Nauman Ali at the crease resulted in a great partnership of 169 and the duo looked immobile in the end of the second session.
Nauman was just seven shy of a virgin century, been out for a duck in the previous match and that threatens milestone seemed play in thinking when Pakistan struggled again in the evening.
But after Nauman hit the first ball for Fourth, he was taken aback by that second and Babar Azam quickly explained.
The left time for die Tourists too chase early wickets in Zimbabwe innings and veteran Test debutant Tabish Khan found joy in the second over when he held Tarisai Musakanda prisoner.
Kevin Kasuza, captain Brendan Taylor and Milton Shumba also left before the day was out, with Sajid continues his pleasant excursion with his first exam wicket.
The hosts again face a mountain too climb just to send to Pakistan in to bat for a second Time, already with just six wickets remaining and 259 off the follow- -on Mark of 311.
Make hay in Harare
Abid scored centuries in two of his first three test innings but had failed delivering a third since he agreed to it match. His average was 37.
Now he has one first double-hundred and a batting average of 49.6. The batsman found an oncoming Zimbabwe attack but well capitalized more effective than many of his team-Mates.
Well worth the wait
Tabish made his first-Class debut in 2002-03, but only now, at the age of 36, was handed over to him chance in die Test arena.
Not until the sixth in Action called session of the matcher soon made up for lost time with just its sixth delivery, sipping back in Musakanda too set Pakistan on you way.
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