Fakhar Zaman became the third guest player to score consecutive ODI points in South Africa twice in a row.
Pakistan defeated South Africa by a 2-1 advantage, beating the ODI series in three games. They won their third ODI championship in 28 races at Supersport Park in Centurion. After the visitors were asked to hit the ball first, they posted 320/7 data for a total score of 50 points or more.
Fakhar Zaman broke the glorious century by scoring 104 goals and 101 goals with the help of 9 four-pointers and 3 six-pointers. Captain Babar Azam also delivered an important blow, hitting 94 and scoring 82 goals, including 7 four-pointers and 3 six-pointers. For the host, Keshav Maharaj scored 3 wickets in his 10 games and made 45 runs.
Chasing this total, South African openers Aiden Markram and Janneman Malan made a good start, adding 54 runs to the wicket. Janneman Malan (Janneman Malan) scored 70 81 goals in 9 points and four shots before being out. The Protea team lost the fifth wicket with 140 points, but Kyle Verreynne and Andile Phehlukwayo (Andile Phehlukwayo) added for the sixth wicket 108 ticket wickets were taken in order to win.
Once their partnership broke down, it also ensured Pakistan’s victory. South Africa finally scored 292 runs with 49.3 points. For Pakistan, Mohammad Nawaz and Shaheen Afridi each selected 3 wickets.
Let’s take a look at all the statistics and figures after the third and last ODI between South Africa and Pakistan:
2-This is the second time Pakistan has won the ODI series in South Africa. They became the first Asian team to win multiple ODI series in Pakistan.
3-Fakhar Zaman became South Africa’s third guest player with the highest ODI scores in two consecutive ODIs. Before him, Kevin Pietersen and Joe Root had achieved milestones.
1-Fakhar Zaman became the first Pakistani player to hit two ODI tons in South Africa.
228-With the help of 2 centuries, Babar Azam has accumulated 228 runs in the series. He is the fourth captain to hit 2 tons in three games. In three games, he has the highest scoring among the captains of Pakistan
4-Aiden Markram played the first game for the host of the game and opened the batsman in this game. He is the fourth South African player to achieve this unique milestone.
302-Fakhar Zaman performed a total of 302 runs in the series. In the ODI series of three games, this is Pakistan’s second highest running points. In this regard, Babar Azam topped the list with 360 points in the 2016 game against West India.
290.91-In this game, Hasan Ali hit 32 goals, only 11 goals. His strike rate of 290.91 was the second highest in Pakistan in ODI competitions, with the lowest score of 30.
15.75-Babar Azam and Hasan Ali added 63 24 goals for the eighth wicket. Their running rate was 15.75, the third highest record for the eighth ticket gate partnership in ODI, with a minimum of 50 runs.
5-Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq shared the 112-point partnership for the first wicket in this game. They became the first organization from Pakistan to have five open partnerships in the ODI field and have more than one hundred partners.
300-Sarfaraz Ahmed (Sarfaraz Ahmed) made 3 catches in this game, as the goalkeeper of international cricket, completed 300 catches. He is the fourth Pakistani ticket inspector to arrive at this landmark after Kamran Akmal, Moin Khan and Rashid Latif.
50-Shaheen Afridi completed 50 ODI wickets in his 25th ODI. Among the Pakistani bowlers, only Hasan Ali played 24 games less than him to achieve this milestone.
108 – The 108 partnership between Kyle Verreynne and Andile Phehlukwayo is the fifth highest partnership for the sixth wicket of ODI in South Africa.
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Last Updated on April 7, 2021