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Thursday, February 6, 2020

South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2013 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2013


Watch the highlights of South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2013 - Pakistan tour of South Africa 3-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between Pakistan and South Africa at Port Elizabeth in 27th November 2013.

Junaid Khan holds nerve to Pakistan thrilling one-run victory over South Africa, despite a Hashim Amla masterclass 98 and take an unassailable 2-0 lead to clinch the three-match series.

* Junaid Khan defended 9-runs off the final-over to ensure Pakistan secured a first ever bilateral ODI series win over South Africa.

* South Africa playing thir 500th One-day International match.

Pakistan scored 262 for all-out (Ahmed Shehzad 102, Dale Steyn 6-39) South Africa scored 261 for 6 (Hashim Amla 98, AB De Villiers 74, Junaid Khan 3-42)

Pakistan scored 262 for all-out in 45 overs - due to rain overs reduced 50 to 45-overs per side - Pakistan top scorer by Ahmed Shehzad 102 - which was his 3rd ODI hundred.

Umar Akmal cracked a 42 off 30-balls including 4-fours and 2-sixes with strike rate of 140, Sohail Maqsood struck 42 off 59-balls included 3-fours and Bilawal Bhatti scored 21 off 14-balls with four boundaries.

South Africa best bowler by Dale Steyn claimed career-best bowling figure of  6 for 39-runs in 9-overs, Imran Tahir and Ryan McLaren each took one-wickets.

South Africa scored 261-6 in 45-overs with top scorer by Hashim Amla 98 off 131-balls - who fell two-run short of his century - Including seven boundaries.

AB de Villiers hammered a quick-fire 45-ball 74-runs including 8-fours and two-sixes with strike rate of 164.44.

Quinton de Kock struck 47 off 52-balls including 3-fours & a six and JP Duminy scored 15.

Pakistan best bowler by Junaid Khan picked up 3-wickets, Shahid Afridi took two-wickets and one for Saeed Ajmal.

Ahmed Shehzad named Player of the match for his spectacular batting display of scoring 102-runs knocked off facing 112-balls including 8-fours and two-sixes.