|Full name||Mpumelelo Mbangwa|
26 June 1976 |
|Test debut||26 October 1996 v Pakistan|
|Last Test||19 September 2000 v New Zealand|
|ODI debut||1 November 1996 v Pakistan|
|Last ODI||18 September 2002 v England|
|Domestic team information|
|1996 – 2004||Matabeleland|
Source: Cricinfo, 11 February 2006
Mpumelelo Mbangwa (born 26 June 1976, Plumtree, Zimbabwe) is a former Zimbabwean cricketer and currently, a cricket commentator. He played fifteen Tests and twenty nine One Day Internationals for Zimbabwe. After being dropped from the international side after the 2002 Champions Trophy, he took up work as a cricket commentator for television, and he has remained in that line of work since. He is also known under his nickname Pommie.
Given a qualification of twenty innings, Mbangwa has the lowest batting average (2.00) of all Test cricketers. However, as of 2008[update], he is one of nine Zimbabweans to have taken 30 Test wickets, and of those only Heath Streak and David Brain took them at a lower average.
- Pommie's new playground, by Haydn Gill, published on Cricinfo on 3 May 2006
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