Pakistan have become the second team after the Australians to win two bilateral ODI series in South Africa after defending 321 with a decisive victory in the third ODI at Superport Park. In the World Cup Super League, he scored 20 points and reached the top with England and Australia.
In this match which tested the depth of both the teams, 11 changes were made in both the teams. South Africa’s seven and Pakistan’s four-one touch remained the same. Fakhr Zaman scored his second consecutive century, and by the way, became the first Pakistani batsman to score a century more than an ODI in South Africa and the most runs by a batsman in a three-match series against South Africa. Build and conquer. .
Between him and Babar Azam, who scored 94, he asked his hosts to make the most successful chase on the ground, as Kyle Verini and Andel Pahlukio almost started a revolt. In his sixth wicket partnership of 108 off 99 balls, South Africa scored 141 for 5 and successfully bowled it out for 73. But in the end, after losing most of the last six teams to spin, Mohammad Nawaz and Usman Qadir took four wickets.
Although South Africa will once again need to re-examine their approach against the turning ball, they have also lost their front-line attack, all of which have left for the IPL. With Kagiso Rabada, Enrich Nortzi and Longi Engedi absent, Darren Duppelin, Lotho Seppmala and Byron Hendricks bowled 18 overs for 118 without taking a wicket. Instead, it was Cashew Maharaj, who enlisted the help of Tabriz Shamsi, who had the most success, backed by all-rounder John Smith and part-time spinner Eden Markram. Overall, South Africa bowled 28 overs – the most in ODIs – and took a total of six wickets.
In a left-handed move, Markram opened up both bowling and batting, allowing him to start in both fields in the last two decades as the last two Africans after Robin Patterson. Although he gave away 48 runs in 10 overs and took 2 runs but was dismissed for 18 runs, he will be happy with his performance even before he is caught behind the pads.
Markram and South Africa got off to a good start with the ball and Pakistan got just one boundary in the first six overs, but it was calm before the storm. When Zaman hit the first six of the innings – the opener saw the rhythm on the sepumla shortball he tied over the midwicket. Meanwhile, Imam-ul-Haq grabbed Dupleix’s short ball from his trademark bridge and scored a half-century off 60 balls.
His century stand came in the 19th over and he made the first opening pair to score five centuries in ODIs, but they were torn apart as the cards picked up speed. The Imam went off the rails to try and hit the Maharaja for a long time but the time for his paralysis did not come and Vererin caught him.
Enter Azam, who faced the eighth ball, as he signals his intention with a beautiful backdoor drive on the eighth ball. Zaman continued to work as an anchor, allowing lengths in the line, such as in the Sipmala over, where the youngster sprayed him on both sides of the wicket and Zaman took three boundaries. His century came in midwicket with a short arm and with more than 15 overs left, he had so much time left that he started in the second ODI at Wanderers, where he was bowled out for 193 but Maharaj Stopped it
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Kelly Warren shared 108 with Andel Phallokio for the sixth wicket AFP via Getty Images.
He made Zaman LBW when the batsman missed the slag sweep and hit the back pad but Zaman checked. Hair tracking shows that his leg is missing. On the very next ball, Zaman tried to pedal Maharaj but Henrik Klaassen came to the inside edge of his pads to give an easy catch.
The dismissal led to a small defeat, which saw Pakistan beat Pakistan by 5 wickets at 51 off 64 balls. Maharaj, Summit and Markram were responsible for the squeezing and could have reduced Pakistan to less than 300 before Azam and Hassan Ali came together for the final flourishing. He scored 56 runs in the last three overs, Azam finished a shot with a century.
They needed a good start when South Africa needed to score 6.50 runs in an over from the allotted time. Markram and Jeniman Milan, both powerful hitters, laid the groundwork with boundaries on both sides of the field, including Markram’s classic core drive and Shaheen Afridi’s pull of Milan’s front foot. The value of his partnership was 54 when Markram was out in the ninth over.
With John Smith, an unbeaten batsman at the Crown, June and without him, Azam waited for the end of the power play before introducing Qadir. Schmidt showed some aggression by sweeping the scours leg, but never seemed completely relieved as Qadir bowled him with a flapper.