Pakistan Vs South Africa 3rd Test Day 4: Proteas Clean Sweep The Series 3-0
South Africa proceeded with their predominance over Pakistan, as after winning the initial Two Tests, they replicated their performance to beat Pakistan by 107 runs in the 3rd and final Test of this series. Beginning the day at 153/3, Pakistan continued losing wickets at regular interims and they were knocked down some pins out for 273 in the main session of the day.
Duanne Olivier struck twice in two deliveries as the sent Babar Azam and Sarfraz Ahmed to the pavilion and this gave South Africa a huge advantage over Pakistan. Asad Shafiq was the most noteworthy scorer among the Pakistani batsmen, however he was dismissed on 65 runs by Vernon Philander. The last three wickets were taken by the Proteas pacer Kagiso Rabada, as South Africa marked a solid win.
Scorecard – Pakistan Vs South Africa:
South Africa’s 1st Innings: 262 all out (77.4 Overs, RR: 3.37, 339 minutes)
Pakistan’s 1st Innings: 185 all out (49.4 Overs, RR: 3.72, 226 minutes)
South Africa’s 2nd Innings: 303 all out (80.3 Overs, RR: 3.76)
Pakistan’s 2nd Innings: 273 all out (65.4 Overs, RR: 4.15, 304 minutes)
Social Media Reactions – Pakistan Vs South Africa 3rd Test Day 4:
South Africa ?? 3 — 0 Pakistan ??
1st Test – won by 6 wickets
2nd Test – won by 9 wickets
3rd Test – won by 107 runs
— Sports Freak (@SportsF20689858) January 14, 2019
Least runs by a Pakistan batsman (batting position 1 to 4) playing 6 or more innings in a test series:
43 Mohammad Hafeez vs South Africa in 2013,
48 Mohsin Khan vs West Indies in 1986,
59 AZHAR ALI vs South Africa in 2018/19.#SAvPAK #CricketStats
— #PSL2019 #PSL4 #PSL4 #PSL2019 (@The_PSL2019) January 14, 2019
Pakistan are all out for 273, congratulations South Africa on the 107-run victory and the series white wash 3-0 You BEAUTIES! Fantastic knock by decoke good bowling by d.olivear player of the series congratulations boys &team???#ProteaFire #SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/ZwGX1YlUUH
— abubakar hansbhai17 (@AHansbhai17) January 14, 2019
It’s 3-0 to South Africa in the test series and yet another struggle for a visiting team, this time it was Pakistan. Struggle to say the very least.#SAvPAK
— 21st Century Cricket (@21CenturyCric) January 14, 2019
What is more important in cricket Heart or Mind ??? The answer of why Pakistan lost to South Africa in the Test series is in this question .. How long are we going to cry over the retirement of Younis and Misbah #WorryingTime Fix and Respect first class cricket..
— Waqar Younis (@waqyounis99) January 14, 2019
This is Pakistan’s eighth 3-0 thumping in their 66-year Test history and the second time that South Africa have landed this blow on them ❌
— Cricingif (@_cricingif) January 14, 2019
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