After bundling out Zimbabwe for 85 in just over two hours and 30.1 overs, the West Indies openers came out all guns blazing especially Chris Gayle who smashed a 34-ball 41 to put his on the way to victory.
Earlier, batting after winning the toss, Ziimbabwe put up another spineless batting performance folding up for 85 in just 30.1 overs with captain Prosper Utseya being the top scorer with 27 which included two boundaries in a stay of 41 balls.
Opener T V Mufambisi was the top scorer with 18 which he made with the help of two boundaries facing 31 balls.
This was the eighth time that the Zimbabweans have been dismissed for less than 100. They also registered a dubious record of scoring their lowest Champions Trophy total beating the previous 145 against hosts England in the last edition.
For the West Indies, Chris Gayle was the most successful bowler with three wickets for three runs, while Jerome Taylor and Dwayne Smith took two wickets each.