Pakistan Cricket Board Monday congratulated the Pakistan men's cricket team on their sixth consecutive series win.
Pakistan won by an innings and 147 runs at Harare Sports Club to go with the innings and 116-run win in the first test at the same venue.
Abid Ali broke Younis Khan's eight-year-old record of the highest score by a Pakistan batsman in Zimbabwe in the longest format of the game.
Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq presented the Test cap to Tabish ahead of the game.
The two teams will now lock horns with each other in a two-match Test series which gets underway from Thursday.
Zahid Mahmood was to replace Shahdab Khan for the T20 series in Zimbabwe from April 21-25 after already being named in the squad for the two Tests.