South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2013 Highlights

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 St George's Park, Port Elizabeth in 27th November 2013.

South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI 2013 Highlights
Ahmed Shehzad savours the moment after his third ODI hundred © AFP

Ahmed Shehzad's brilliant century before Junaid Khan holds nerve as Pakistan pulled off a thrilling 1-run victory over South Africa, despite a Hashim Amla masterclass 98 and take an unassailable 2-0 lead to seal the series in a nail-biter game of the second ODI.

* 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 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.



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