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Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura feels the hard work is still to come after a 175-run thrashing of Canada on Monday.
Chigumbura's side lost their opening Group A match with Australia and a defeat to Canada would have been disastrous to their quarter-final hopes.
A 181-run stand between Tatenda Taibu and Craig Ervine built the winning foundations as Zimbabwe set a target of 299 that their opponents never threatened to chase down.
But Chigumbura says that improvements are still needed against New Zealand on Friday in what will be a crunch clash in the race for the last eight.
"I'm very happy with the win. We are now in the running for the next stage," the 24-year-old all-rounder said.
"The most important game is on Friday against New Zealand. We have to put in our best performance against them.
"I thought Tatenda Taibu and Craig Ervine put us back in the game, they applied themselves really well.
"Unfortunately, we didn't finish the way we wanted to but we had a big partnership and put up a good score. I thought our bowlers also were fantastic.
"Hopefully, we can improve on the weaknesses that we are struggling with."
Zimbabwe played only one seamer - Chris Mpofu - with spinners Ray Price, Graeme Cremer, Prosper Utseya and Greg Lamb sharing all 10 Canada wickets between them.
"I wouldn't mind taking that wicket with me, it is fun out there," Price said.
"I just try and do the basics right, try and keep a good line and length. I'm very happy things went well for me today. Never complain when you come to India as a spinner."
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