Watch highlights of Pak vs SA warm-up match


South Africa beats Pakistan in thrilling warm-up match.
South Africa beats Pakistan in thrilling warm-up match.  

DUBAI: Pakistan’s Shaheens clashed in opposition to South Africa in a warm-up match Wednesday of the T20 World Cup, by which the Proteas thrashed the lads in inexperienced by six wickets.

South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen scored a heroic century to information his nation out of the woods. The match went right down to the final ball. However, after Dussen’s quickfire half-century, South Africa by no means appeared unsettled and it appeared as if their victory was virtually sure when Hassan Ali’s final over started.

The Pakistani bowlers have been in a position to dismiss Proteas’ openers rapidly, however later, they failed to limit the South African group as Rassie van der Dussen took cost and smashed 101 runs.

Temba Bavuma additionally performed a very good knock as he hit 46 off 42 balls.

All-rounder Hassan Ali, who was despatched to bowl the final over, failed to limit boundaries, as he conceded 22 runs, which helped pave approach for Proteas’ victory.

Right-arm pacer Haris Rauf gave away 33 runs from his three overs and failed to choose up a wicket, whereas Shaheen Afridi managed to take two scalps as nicely however gave away 30 runs from his 4 overs.

Afridi took the wickets of Bavuma and Heinrich Klaasen (14).

Left-arm bowler Imad Wasim gave away 19 runs from his three overs. He additionally managed to take two early scalps of Quinton de Kock (6) and Reeza Hendricks (7) in the identical over.

By the tip of the primary innings, Pakistan handed a 187-run goal to South Africa. Skipper Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan had didn’t impress with the bat as they scored 15 and 19.

Fakhar Zaman had performed a formidable inning with the bat as he scored 52 off 28 balls, whereas Asif Ali additionally added 32 runs to the entire.

Pakistan had thrashed West Indies earlier this week with a seven-wicket victory in a warm-up match. The Men In Green will face India on October 24.

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