Pakistan makes history

Pakistan makes history: South Africa vs Pakistan

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Fakhar Zaman hit his second successive century and captain Babar Azam made 94 to set up a 28 run win for Pakistan. They have won these scores in the series-deciding third and final one-day international. The match was Against South Africa in Centurion. With this amazing score, Pakistan had made history. The country became only the 2nd touring team after Australia to win at least 2 bilateral ODI Series against South Africa in South Africa. The game was amazing as the fans liked the match. Also, the Pakistan team history is a remarkable one. The visitors sealed the match against South Africa 3 march ODI Series 2-1. The match turned into an interesting ODI Series for history.

Fakhar Zaman game play

He was the opening batsman who makes sure his hundred in the match. These efforts and his century have made the team win this match against South Africa. As the player carried his good form into the crucial series decider as he slammed 101 from 104 balls. Later in the game captain, Babar Azam hit ab 82 balls 94 as he provided the late Impetus to help Pakistan post a challenging total of 320.

South Africa vs Pakistan 3rd ODI Highlights

Pakistan has managed to win the 59 over format by 2:1. The action now moved to the shortest format. Pakistan will look to win that as well while South Africa will be eager to avenge the ODI series loss. Fakhar Zaman is named the player of the series. At first, Pakistan was out to bat and later they were seen playing an amazing team in the bowling. The team did a good job and won 3 matches ODI series 2-1. They have been on the receiving end of a lot of series in South Africa against them but they found a way to get a seal the series.

South Africa play game

In the match, South Africa lacked firepower both in the bowling and batting department. The team made as many as 7 changes following the departure of their Indian Premier League-bound stars. The list of the team includes the likes of Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Kagiso Tabada, Anrich Nortje, and Lungi Ngidi.

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