Pakistan vs South Africa Highlights: Cricket World Cup 2019
World Cup Cricket: Pakistan Keeping your hopes alive in the World Cup by defeating Africa by 49 runs
LONDON: Pakistan (Pakistan cricket team) batted first before winning the toss in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (ICC Cricket World Cup 2019), and lost seven wickets in 50 overs. Scored 308 runs to set South Africa’s target of 309 runs. In reply, South Africa could only manage 259 for 9 wickets. In this way, Pakistan defeated South by 49 runs to maintain their light expectations in the World Cup.
South Africa could not face Pakistani invasion
South Africa did not get a good start. Hashim Amla returned to the instant pavilion After that, Quintan Dikouc (47) and captain Faf du Plessis (63) tried to handle the innings. But Dikouck and Plessis did not convert a good start into big innings. Two wickets in South Africa and went away after Deuce was out When Eden Markram came and left, captain Plessis was also dismissed after that. South Africa, in a good position after losing one wicket on 91, suddenly got trapped in four wickets losing 136 runs. Subsequently, the Russian van der Dussain (36) and David Miller (31) gave the team a useful contribution but the match could not play long innings. Finally, Andy Fehlquoio (46 not out) on one side struggled for the 50th over, but they did not get the support of any other batsman from the other end.
Pakistan bowlers bowled brilliantly Wahab Riaz and Shadab Khan took three wickets each in 46 overs and 50 runs respectively in 10 overs, then Mohammad Aamir took two wickets. Apart from these, Shahid Afridi got one wicket.
Haris Sohail and Babar Azam
Pakistan got a good start with their openers. Imam al Haq (44) and Fakhar Jaman (44) shared 81 runs for the first wicket. But both of them missed out on their half-century with six runs. Imam took 58 balls and six boundaries for this. At the same time, Jaman hit six fours and a six in the 50-ball innings. After this, Babar Azam (69) and Haris Sohail (89) played a half-century to help Pakistan reach 300 runs. Haris Sohail was unfortunate that he missed just 11 runs from his century. Sohail hit nine fours and three sixes in his 59-ball knock. Babar Azam scored seven fours in his 80-ball innings.
Lungi Nugidi took three wickets from South Africa, then Imran Tahir got two wickets. Apart from these, Eden Markram and Andy Fahlquiao got one wicket each.