Pakistan Vs South Africa 4th ODI: Pakistan Level The Series 2-2
Imam-ul-Haq’s brilliant innings of 71 runs helped Pakistan secure an 8 wicket win over South Africa in the fourth ODI. The batsman, who scored a century in the past ODI, scored 71 runs and developed two half century partnerships with Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam respectively.
Prior in the day, Usman Khan’s amazing fast bowling spell helped the guests bowl out South Africa on 165. He grabbed three wickets in the 38th over of the South African innings as the Proteas lost the last six wickets for only 24 runs.
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In the wake of choosing to bowl first, Pakistan got off to a splendid beginning. The seamers took two brisk wickets and confined South Africa to 32/2 in the initial 10 overs. Be that as it may, fifties by Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla indicated some fight from South Africa. After they were expelled none of the South African batsmen could oppose the Pakistan bowling assault.
Scorecard – Pakistan Vs South Africa:
South Africa’s 1st Innings: 164 all out (41 Overs, RR: 4.0)
Pakistan’s 2nd Innings: 168/2 (31.3 Overs, RR: 5.33)
Result: Pakistan won by 8 wickets (with 111 balls remaining)
Man Of The Match: Usman Shinwari
Pakistan win by eight wickets with 111 balls to spare!
A convincing win for the tourists, who restricted South Africa to just 164 in their innings.
— ICC (@ICC) January 27, 2019
Congratulations to Pakistan team on a Memorable Victory over South Africa in #PinkODI at Wanderers @realshoaibmalik Outstanding Captaincy by him I hope he will became permanent ODI Captain of Pakistan so I Hope for the best for the PAK for Series Decider at #Newlands #PAKvSA pic.twitter.com/jypeXnobZD
— Nouman Naveed (@chnoumannaveed6) January 27, 2019
With the victory against South Africa #ShoaibMalik became the Pakistan’s most successful ODI captain –
Matches – 37
Wins – 25
Losses – 12
%W – 67.56 (Highest for any Pakistani captain)@realshoaibmalik #SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/6GOvWDn0Jb
— Arsalan siddique (@Arsalan8901) January 27, 2019
#SAvPAK RECORD BROKEN! Pakistan have ended South Africa’s unbeaten run in Pink ODIs beating them by 8 wickets in Johannesburg
Pakistan 168/2 in 31.3 overs vs South Africa (164)@ImamUlHaq12 top-scored with 71
— CricketCountry (@cricket_country) January 27, 2019
Pakistan came in this match with only one win in 9 ODIs in Johannesburg and South Africa was undefeated in the last 7 ODIs at the ground. Against all odds, Pakistan win by 8 wickets. Truly an unpredictable team! #RSAvPak
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) January 27, 2019
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