Pakistan South Africa Won Since 2003

On the fifth day of the second test, when South Africa fell in front of the new ball, the Pakistan stamp series won.

Fast-paced Pakistani striker Hassan Ali won 10 wickets in the game as the hosts defeated South Africa in the 95 round to win the Test Series 2-0. Proteas scored 34 on Day 5 in Rawalpindi. The score lost the last seven wickets. The first T20I between the two sides will be in “Sky Sports Cricket” starting at 10.20 am on Thursday morning

Hassan Ali won the top ten of his career when Pakistan bombarded South Africa with a fresh ball to win the 95th victory in Rawalpindi’s second and final test and won the series 2-0.

Chasing a victory of 370 goals, this was originally a test record for Pakistan in Pakistan. After a century of lunch on the fifth day after Aiden Markram (108), he was in a favourable position 241-3.

But when Hassan (5-60) and Shaheen Afridi (4-51) broke Proteas’s lower-middle ranking. They fell ahead of the new ball and lost the final seven wickets, 34 goals.

Second test: Pak scorecard vs South Africa

Hassan finished the game 10-114 in Pakistan, which won the opening game of Karachi with 7 wickets.

Pakistan captain Babar Azzam said: “Hassan is very good. He has a conscience and makes the most of his experience in Rawalpindi.”

“At some point, we thought that the game could be played in both directions. But we knew that there was only a small door and we could go back to the game. Then we used a new ball to do this.”

The excellent Markram started with Rassie van der Dussen (48) on the final day. But the latter only lasted a few goals before being tossed by Hassan, who soon caught veteran Pave de Plessis (5) pounds.

South Africa changed its course with an excellent performance of 106 on the fourth gate between Markram and Temba Bavuma (61). Which gave him the possibility of unexpected wins.

But when Pakistan captain Babar grabbed the new goal in 80 games. The game changed dramatically, flat goals appeared, and Hassan and Shaheen made impressive moves.

Markram defeated Hassan on the second slide and passed Imran Pate. The next ball captain, Quinton de Kock, flashed incomprehensibly and was caught by the same player as a duck.

Since then, this has become a parade. When Shaheen approached goalkeeper Muhammad Rizwan to leave the six Proteas and took out a sick Bavuma, the visitor’s coffin the last nail came.