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South Africa vs Pakistan, 4th T20I Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore South Africa vs Pakistan, 4th T20I 17 Monday May 2021 165539000000 Pakistan won by 3 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 17 Monday May 2021 165539000000 RSA - 144 (19.3) PAK - 149/7 (19.5) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 17 Monday May 2021 165539000000 CRR:  7.51 Player of the Match Faheem Ashraf Player of the Series Babar Azam Scorecard Refresh Commentary They won the ODI series by a margin of 2-1 and they have won the series by a 3-1 margin. A couple of trophies in their cabinet following this successful tour of South Africa, so Babar Azam and his boys will be pretty happy with their achievement. All smiles in the Pakistan camp as they pose with the trophy. Beaming with joy and happiness are the visitors. South Africa did miss few of their experienced campaigners, but nothing to take away from Pakistan, who were pretty professional too. Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan and Fakhar Zaman were the top performers for them. And they'll be looking forward to replicating their performance against Zimbabwe in the coming week. Do join us for the coverage of the T20I series that starts on April 21. For now, this is Nikhil Jadhav signing off on behalf of Pradeep Krishnamurthy and Naga. Goodbye and goodnight! Babar Azam, Man of the Series: I would like to thank the South African cricket board for the facilties. Would like to thank the fans who supported us on social media. A couple of set batsmen got out at the wrong time and that put pressure on the middle order batsmen. We need to discuss with the players about the mistakes and rectify them. When we left Pakistan, we wanted to win the series. Fakhar played well and the bowlers bowled well too. I try to give my hundred percent and enjoy my game. Faheem Ashraf, Man of the Match: I was reading the batsman till the last moment. Today our bowlers stuck to the plans and set the tone early in the innings. There is no pressure as such because the team management and captain have faith in me. Heinrich Klaasen: I was trying to keep the bowlers calm. I thought the bowlers fought well, showed character in the end. We are a good squad with talented players, so it's disappointing to lose the series 3-1. But proud of them for the fight they showed tonight. It was an opportunity for the young guys who were a back up for the big players. A couple of guys grabbed the opportunity, so I'm pleased with it. We showed it tonight that we can compete and fight. Today the gap was too big, so we need to get those consistent performances going forward. 18:11 Local Time, 16:11 GMT, 21:41 IST: Pakistan almost made a mess of it, but they hold onto their nerve in the final overs and Nawaz applies the finishing touch,winning the series by a 3-1 margin. Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam helped the visitors gain a lead of 2-1 in the last game, while their bowlers and Fakhar Zaman came to the party today. It was a fantastic effort by their bowlers to restrict South Africa and although they lost Rizwan early in the run chase, Zaman made sure to take on the opposition in the powerplay. He blasted his way to a quick fifty, before Williams got him for 60. Pakistan did lose wickets in a cluster, but Mohammad Nawaz took the game deep and sealed the deal with his winning six in the last over. Hang in for the presentations.. 19.5 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, SIX , Pakistan win by 3 wickets! A short ball by Williams and Mohammad Nawaz thumps it over deep square leg for half-a-dozen as they clinch the T20I series 19.4 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, no run, cramps up the batsman by sticking to the leg stump line, Mohammad Nawaz goes for a cut and gets beaten. The non striker was keen for a bye, but was sent back 2 more required off 3 balls 19.3 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, 2 runs, fired into the blockhole, Mohammad Nawaz sits deep in his crease and whips it away to deep mid-wicket of a couple of runs 19.2 Williams to Hasan Ali, 1 run, that's a low full toss by Williams and Hasan Ali has heaved it away to deep mid-wicket for one 19.1 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, 1 run, well executed yorker by Williams, almost nails it, Mohammad Nawaz squeezes it down to long-off and he has to stick to a single Lizaad Williams [3.0-0-29-2] is back into the attack Pakistan need 6 runs in 6 balls. Will sensibility prevail? PAK: 139-7 after 19 overs 18.6 Magala to Mohammad Nawaz, 1 run, a low full toss by Magala and it has been whipped away to deep mid-wicket by Mohammad Nawaz 18.5 Magala to Mohammad Nawaz, SIX , that will do! Babar Azam looks pleased as Mohammad Nawaz has heaved this back of a length delivery over deep square leg for half-a-dozen. Equation down to run-a-ball 18.5 Magala to Hasan Ali, no ball , 1 run, length ball around middle and leg, Hasan Ali heaves it towards mid-wicket and tell you what, that's another no ball, another free hit 18.5 Magala to Hasan Ali, no ball , the slower delivery by Magala, sprays this down the leg side, Hasan Ali swings and misses. Hang on, it's a no ball, so the next ball will be a free-hit 18.4 Magala to Hasan Ali, no run, short ball outside off, Hasan Ali looks to reach out for it, misses 18.3 Magala to Hasan Ali, no run, welcomes the new batsman with a short ball and Hasan Ali is forced to duck for cover. Keeping things tight is Magala Hasan Ali, right handed bat, comes to the crease Load More Commentary

South Africa vs Pakistan, 4th T20I

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore South Africa vs Pakistan, 4th T20I 17 Monday May 2021 165539000000

Pakistan won by 3 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 17 Monday May 2021 165539000000

RSA - 144 (19.3)
PAK - 149/7 (19.5)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 17 Monday May 2021 165539000000
CRR:  7.51

Player of the Match

Player of the Series

Commentary

They won the ODI series by a margin of 2-1 and they have won the series by a 3-1 margin. A couple of trophies in their cabinet following this successful tour of South Africa, so Babar Azam and his boys will be pretty happy with their achievement. All smiles in the Pakistan camp as they pose with the trophy. Beaming with joy and happiness are the visitors. South Africa did miss few of their experienced campaigners, but nothing to take away from Pakistan, who were pretty professional too. Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan and Fakhar Zaman were the top performers for them. And they'll be looking forward to replicating their performance against Zimbabwe in the coming week. Do join us for the coverage of the T20I series that starts on April 21. For now, this is Nikhil Jadhav signing off on behalf of Pradeep Krishnamurthy and Naga. Goodbye and goodnight!

Babar Azam, Man of the Series: I would like to thank the South African cricket board for the facilties. Would like to thank the fans who supported us on social media. A couple of set batsmen got out at the wrong time and that put pressure on the middle order batsmen. We need to discuss with the players about the mistakes and rectify them. When we left Pakistan, we wanted to win the series. Fakhar played well and the bowlers bowled well too. I try to give my hundred percent and enjoy my game.

Faheem Ashraf, Man of the Match: I was reading the batsman till the last moment. Today our bowlers stuck to the plans and set the tone early in the innings. There is no pressure as such because the team management and captain have faith in me.

Heinrich Klaasen: I was trying to keep the bowlers calm. I thought the bowlers fought well, showed character in the end. We are a good squad with talented players, so it's disappointing to lose the series 3-1. But proud of them for the fight they showed tonight. It was an opportunity for the young guys who were a back up for the big players. A couple of guys grabbed the opportunity, so I'm pleased with it. We showed it tonight that we can compete and fight. Today the gap was too big, so we need to get those consistent performances going forward.

18:11 Local Time, 16:11 GMT, 21:41 IST: Pakistan almost made a mess of it, but they hold onto their nerve in the final overs and Nawaz applies the finishing touch,winning the series by a 3-1 margin. Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam helped the visitors gain a lead of 2-1 in the last game, while their bowlers and Fakhar Zaman came to the party today. It was a fantastic effort by their bowlers to restrict South Africa and although they lost Rizwan early in the run chase, Zaman made sure to take on the opposition in the powerplay. He blasted his way to a quick fifty, before Williams got him for 60. Pakistan did lose wickets in a cluster, but Mohammad Nawaz took the game deep and sealed the deal with his winning six in the last over. Hang in for the presentations..

19.5 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, SIX, Pakistan win by 3 wickets! A short ball by Williams and Mohammad Nawaz thumps it over deep square leg for half-a-dozen as they clinch the T20I series

19.4 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, no run, cramps up the batsman by sticking to the leg stump line, Mohammad Nawaz goes for a cut and gets beaten. The non striker was keen for a bye, but was sent back

2 more required off 3 balls

19.3 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, 2 runs, fired into the blockhole, Mohammad Nawaz sits deep in his crease and whips it away to deep mid-wicket of a couple of runs

19.2 Williams to Hasan Ali, 1 run, that's a low full toss by Williams and Hasan Ali has heaved it away to deep mid-wicket for one

19.1 Williams to Mohammad Nawaz, 1 run, well executed yorker by Williams, almost nails it, Mohammad Nawaz squeezes it down to long-off and he has to stick to a single

Lizaad Williams [3.0-0-29-2] is back into the attack

Pakistan need 6 runs in 6 balls. Will sensibility prevail?

PAK: 139-7 after 19 overs

18.6 Magala to Mohammad Nawaz, 1 run, a low full toss by Magala and it has been whipped away to deep mid-wicket by Mohammad Nawaz

18.5 Magala to Mohammad Nawaz, SIX, that will do! Babar Azam looks pleased as Mohammad Nawaz has heaved this back of a length delivery over deep square leg for half-a-dozen. Equation down to run-a-ball

18.5 Magala to Hasan Ali, no ball, 1 run, length ball around middle and leg, Hasan Ali heaves it towards mid-wicket and tell you what, that's another no ball, another free hit

18.5 Magala to Hasan Ali, no ball, the slower delivery by Magala, sprays this down the leg side, Hasan Ali swings and misses. Hang on, it's a no ball, so the next ball will be a free-hit

18.4 Magala to Hasan Ali, no run, short ball outside off, Hasan Ali looks to reach out for it, misses

18.3 Magala to Hasan Ali, no run, welcomes the new batsman with a short ball and Hasan Ali is forced to duck for cover. Keeping things tight is Magala

Hasan Ali, right handed bat, comes to the crease