In the splendid fourth match of T20, Fakhar Zaman’s aggressive half-century has helped Pakistan beat 3 wickets to win the 1-3 series.
Pakistan won the jacket and invited first South Africa in the fourth and final T20 match of the Centurion Series.
The first and biggest loss occurred when Hassan Ali scored half-centuries of Aiden Markram in the last three matches, when he only scored 11 runs.
In order to complete the team’s century and to take a score of 109, Dawson and Captain Henry Klaassen joined forces, but Klaassen and Dawson continued to play with 52 runs.
Janneman Malan joined Rassie van der Dawson when the first wicket fell, with the two players playing a responsible game and formed a 57-run partnership that has proven to be the greatest contribution of the South African innings. Malan’s been rejected on 33 charges.
The South African side could not recover after both players had been discharged and wickets had been lost occasionally and 144 runs in the last one over the innings had been piled up.
The best bowling bowlers in Pakistan were Hassan Ali, Faheem Ashraf, and Haris Rauf was the two most successful.
Mohammad Rizwan returned to the pavilion without scoring a run for the second ball when Pakistan launched the innings.
After playing an innings of 60 out of 34 balls with 4 six and 5 four, Fakhar Zaman returned to the pavilion.
Babar was rejected for 24 off 23 balls after Fakhar was dismissed.
Three wickets won Pakistan and one-3 series won also.
The best player to play three wickets during the 17 runs, Faheem Ashraf was recognised and Babar Azam was recognised as the best player in the series.
Chairman PCB, on the other hand, commended the national cricket team for their successful tour through South Africa.
“The Captain, player and the whole Misbah-ul-Haq coaching team of the National Cricket Team are commended,” said Ehsan Mani, PCB President.
He added that Babar Azam could become Pakistan’s best commander, Fakhr Zaman and Mohammad Rizwan strengthen the top order of Pakistan.