Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed plays a shot. -Photo by AFP
Hafeez plays a shot during his career-best innings of 86. -Photo by Reuters
South Africa cricketer Lonwabo Tsotsobe (R) celebrates with teammates on March 3, 2013 the dismissal of Pakistan's opening batsman Nasir Jamshed. -Photo by AFP
South Africa's Justin Ontong (R) celebrates with AB de Villiers after running out Pakistan's Ahmed Shahzad. -Photo by Reuters
Pakistan's cricketer Junaid Khan (C) celebrates with teammate Mohammad Hafeez (L) the wicket of South Africa cricketer Henry Davids
Gul celebrates a wicket. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan's cricketer Umar Gul celebrates the wicket of South-African captain cricketer Faf du Plessis (unseen). -Photo by AFP
Pakistan defeated South Africa by 95 runs in the second Twenty20 match at SuperSport Park on Sunday. Pakistan won the series 1-0 after the first Twenty20 was washed out at Durban on Friday. -Photos by agencies
Well done, but if you look at the scoreboard only two batsmen performed, which is not a good sign.Bowlers did another good job which is again a good sign.
Excellent news !! very happy. Thought Ajmal will play a big role
Unfortunately in Mumbai, we do not get complete scoreboard of the match. Can any one tell me how many wickets Ajmal got ? SA guys are not equipped to play Ajmal.
always pak used their whole effort on a single day…leave effort for coming day to defeat Proties
Hafeez and shahzad set the tone for Pakistan’s victo ry. T he whole team gelled together. Hafeez and Gul were brilliant with the ball too. S.A. was out classed in this format of the game. The boys fought well. All praise for them. Good come back by Afridi. They virtually won the series with a thumping victory.
They desrvee it. all. Congrats !
Well done ‘green-shirts.’ Keep it up and hang on tough.