LAHORE Pakistan U-19 cricket team gave strong bowling display to beat Zimbabwe by 154 runs in the fourth ODI of the five-match series at the St Johns College Ground in Harare on Wednesday thus taking 4-0 lead. Reports received here said that Usman Qadir, after a three-wicket haul in the third match, got three wickets for 36 runs. Pakistan elected to bat and hammered 268 for seven in 50 overs show. Azeem Ghumman hit a 92-ball 63 studded with five fours. Sarmad Bhatti got 43-ball 42 with a six and four boundaries. Pakistan also got supporting scores from Hammad Azam, Faraz Ali, Muzammil Nizam and Nasir Malik. Chimhamhiwa was star of the bowling Zimbabwean attack picking up four wickets. G. Chirimuta top scored from Zimbabwe side with 26 runs off 92 balls. Hasan Raza, Abdul Ameer and Sarmad Bashir shared two wickets each apart from Qadirs three wickets haul.