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Pakistan beats South Africa by 4 wickets in 1st T20I match of the series.

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The 1st match of the T20I series played yesterday between South Africa and Pakistan, at The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg. In which Pakistan defeated South Africa by 4 wickets.

South Africa batted first after winning the toss scored 188 runs after losing 6 wickets in 20 overs. South Africa started well, Janneman Malan and Aiden Markram came to start the inning, the first wicket has gone in 31 runs, Janneman Malan dismissed after playing a quick inning of 24 runs in 16 balls, next batsman Wihan Lubbe came to bat, and he dismissed just for 4 runs in 3 balls, next batsman Heinrich Klaasen came to bat, and handled the inning and played a brilliant half-century partnership with Aiden Markram, the third wicket fell in 98 runs, Aiden Markram dismissed after playing a brilliant half-century inning of 51 runs with the help of 1 six and 8 boundries in just 32 balls, next batsman Pite van Biljon came to bat, and he also played a brilliant half-century partnership with Heinrich Klaasen, the fourth wicket fell in 159 runs, Heinrich Klaasen dismissed after playing a brilliant half-century inning of 50 runs with the help of 4 sixes 2 boundries in just 28 balls, next batsman George Linde came to bat, after few minute fifth wicket also fell in 168 runs, Pite van Biljon dismissed after scoring 34 runs in 24 balls, next batsman Andile Phehlukwayo came to bat, mean while George Linde dismissed just for 6 runs in 7 balls, after that Sisanda Magala came to bat, and he remains unbeaten after scoring 9 runsin 5 balls with Andile Phehlukwayo, and Andile Phehlukwayo also played an unbeaten inning of 9 runs in 5 balls. In this way, South Africa batted first after winning the toss, and scored 188 runs after losing 6 wickets in 20 overs, and set a target of 189 runs in front of Pakistan.

Pakistani bowlers performed brilliantly, Mohammad Nawaz and Hasan Ali took 2-2 wickets, Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf got 1-1 wicket.

Pakistan chasing 189 runs in the second, achieved the target very easily by losing 6 wickets in the 2nd last ball of the inning and won the match by 4 wickets. Pakistan started very well, Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam came to start the inning and gave a good start, the first wicket fell in 41 runs, Babar Azam dismissed after scoring 14 runs in 14 balls, next batsman Fakhar Zaman came to bat, and played well with Mohammad Rizwan, the second wicket fell in 86 runs, Fakhar Zaman dismissed after scoring 27 runs in 19 balls, next batsman Mohammad Hafeez came to bat, and played well for a while with Mohammad Rizwan, the third wicket fell in 110 runs, Mohammad Hafeez dismissed after scoring 13 runs in 11 balls, next batsman Haider Ali came to bat, and he also played well for a while with Mohammad Rizwan, the fourth wicket fell in 132 runs, next batsman Mohammad Nawaz came to bat, and he dismissed without scoring as fifth wicket, next batsman Faheem Ashraf came to bat, and played a brilliant inning with Mohammad Rizwan, the sixth wicket fell in 180 runs, Faheem Ashraf dismissed after playing a brilliant quick inning of 30 runs with the help of 1 six and 4 boundries in just 14 balls, after that Hasan Ali came to bat, took the match to the victory with Mohammad, Hasan Ali remains unbeaten after scoring 9 runs in 3 balls, and Mohammad Rizwan played a brilliant unbeaten half-century and victory inning of 74 runs with the help of 2 sixes and 9 boundries in just 50 balls. In this way, Pakistan chasing 189 runs in the second, achieved the target very easily after losing 6 wickets in the 2nd last ball of the inning and won the match by 4 wickets.

South African bowlers, Beuran Hendricks took 3 wickets, Tabraiz Shamsi took 2 wickets, and Lizaad Williams got 1 wicket.

Pakistani batsman Mohammad Rizwan selected for Man of the Match, he played a brilliant unbeaten half-century and victory inning of 74 runs with the help of 2 sixes and 9 boundaries in just 50 balls.

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