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South Africa v Pakistan
Pakistan in South Africa 2018/19 (5th ODI)
VenuePPC Newlands, Cape Town on 30th January 2019 (50-over match) (day/night)
Balls per over6
TossSouth Africa won the toss and decided to field
ResultSouth Africa won by 7 wickets
UmpiresGO Brathwaite (West Indies), AT Holdstock
TV umpirePR Reiffel (Australia)
RefereeRS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve UmpireA Paleker
Man of the MatchQ de Kock

Pakistan inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
Imam-ul-Haqc Pretorius b Steyn81081-680.00
Fakhar Zamanc Imran Tahir b Phehlukwayo707311210-3795.89
Babar Azamb Pretorius2425414-1396.00
Mohammad Hafeezc de Kock b Phehlukwayo1728411-1760.71
*Shoaib Malikrun out (Steyn->Pretorius->de Kock)3144811-1970.45
+Mohammad Rizwanc de Kock b Pretorius1030361-2333.33
Shadab Khanc van der Dussen b Mulder194246--2645.24
Imad Wasimnot out473150429151.61
Mohammad Aamerb Rabada61218--750.00
Shaheen Shah Afridinot out0510--50.00
Usman Shinwaridid not bat      
Extras(1 b, 1 lb, 6 w)8
Total(8 wickets, innings closed, 224 minutes, 50 overs)240
Fall of wickets:
1-8 (Imam-ul-Haq, 2.3 ov), 2-64 (Babar Azam, 12.5 ov), 3-108 (Mohammad Hafeez, 20.4 ov), 4-128 (Fakhar Zaman, 24.5 ov), 5-147 (Mohammad Rizwan, 32.1 ov), 6-174 (Shoaib Malik, 38.6 ov), 7-200 (Shadab Khan, 43.5 ov), 8-221 (Mohammad Aamer, 47.5 ov)
South Africa bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsDots4s6sS-RateEcon
Steyn8   05111-256148.006.38
Imran Tahir10   0360--343--3.60
Rabada10   14311-415160.004.30
Pretorius10   1462--272-30.004.60
Mulder3   02011-52-18.006.67
Phehlukwayo9   04223-304-27.004.67

South Africa inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
+Q de Kockc sub (Hasan Ali) b Usman Shinwari83589611324143.10
HM Amlac Mohammad Rizwan b Shaheen Shah Afridi1417302-1082.35
RR Hendricksc Shaheen Shah Afridi b Mohammad Aamer3433383115103.03
*F du Plessisnot out50721073-3569.44
HE van der Dussennot out506177-33281.97
PWA Mulderdid not bat      
AL Phehlukwayodid not bat      
DW Steyndid not bat      
K Rabadadid not bat      
D Pretoriusdid not bat      
Imran Tahirdid not bat      
Extras(1 lb, 1 nb, 8 w)10
Total(3 wickets, 175 minutes, 40 overs)241
Fall of wickets:
1-39 (Amla, 5.6 ov), 2-100 (Hendricks, 14.4 ov), 3-146 (de Kock, 20.2 ov)
Pakistan bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsDots4s6sS-RateEcon
Usman Shinwari7   043111263342.006.14
Shaheen Shah Afridi7   03412-264-42.004.86
Mohammad Aamer8   04011-234-48.005.00
Shadab Khan10   0780--2163-7.80
Mohammad Hafeez1   070--21--7.00
Imad Wasim7   03801-1711-5.43

Notes
--> Pakistan powerplay 1: overs 1 to 10 (53/1)
--> South Africa powerplay 1: overs 1 to 10 (65/1)
--> Pakistan innings: 50 in 9.1 overs
--> Pakistan innings: 100 in 19.5 overs
--> Pakistan innings: 150 in 33.6 overs
--> Pakistan innings: 200 in 43.4 overs
--> South Africa innings: 50 in 8.1 overs
--> South Africa innings: 100 in 14.2 overs
--> South Africa innings: 150 in 21.6 overs
--> South Africa innings: 200 in 31.3 overs
--> Fakhar Zaman 50 in 58 balls with 7 fours
--> Q de Kock 50 in 42 balls with 7 fours and 1 six
--> F du Plessis 50 in 72 balls with 3 fours
--> HE van der Dussen 50 in 61 balls with 0 fours and 3 sixes
--> AL Phehlukwayo reached 50 wickets in ODI matches when he dismissed Mohammad Hafeez, his 1st wicket in the Pakistan innings
--> Mohammad Aamer reached 100 wickets in ListA matches when he dismissed RR Hendricks, his 1st wicket in the South Africa innings

Over 29.4: Review by South Africa (Bowling), Umpire - AT Holdstock, Batsman - Mohammad Rizwan (decision upheld)
Over 39.2: Review by Pakistan (Batting), Umpire - AT Holdstock, Batsman - Shadab Khan (decision overturned)
Fakhar Zaman (30) and Babar Azam (22) added 50 in 55 balls for the Pakistan 2nd wicket
Q de Kock (21) and RR Hendricks (32) added 50 in 45 balls for the South Africa 2nd wicket
F du Plessis (21) and HE van der Dussen (26) added 50 in 66 balls for the South Africa 4th wicket


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