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The Proteas pacers ripped through Pakistan's batting to thump them in the dead-rubber

Duanne Olivier, Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander crossed the heart of Pakistan's middle / middle class while the South African trio led to a comfortable 107-point victory in the Wanderers' third and final test. To achieve a discouraging goal of 381, visitors could only collect 273. With this win, the home team also made a clear shot.

At the start of the day, Pakistan's hopes of two of its pillars, Babar Azam (21) and Asad Shafiq (65), could have improved their game. However, Olivier worried Babar by calling the variable jump. The promising pacemaker, who had been tormented with a bit of poison throughout the series, promptly dismissed Babar with a short delivery that was "hit" after a throw to bring the glove to the "Keeper". To make matters worse for Babar, Olivier's short delivery was followed by all the drummer.

Olivier then dropped Sarfraz Ahmed in the next delivery. Vernon Philander, known for extracting subtle movements from the field, has dropped the pivot of Pakistani hitman Shafiq. When the defenders were close, Faheem Ashraf broke a few seconds before the rebound, before taking the air outside on delivery, but Aiden Makram was caught in the ravine.

Hasan Ali, who came out after the fall of Mohammad Amir's thug, threw a blow before being chased by Rabada. Shadab Khan (47 *) showed he was able to hit with striking strikes with horizontal strikes, but Pakistan's innings ended rather amusingly when Mohammad Abbas came out.

After a 2-0 defeat in Sri Lanka, South Africa would be revived by his clinical show. Olivier was certainly the star of the hosts and finished with 24 scalps at a staggering average of less than 15 years old. Quinton de Kock (129 in the second run) and Markram (90 in the first run) also helped South Africa win the final test.

Meanwhile, Pakistan has a lot to do. The drummers on the visitor side were deficient in well-directed bumpers, and this was perhaps the main reason for their miserable show in the Test series. Heart pacemakers crammed with skill and heart, but struggled to compete with their South African counterparts when it came to hitting hard.

South Africa 262 (Aiden Markram 90, Faheem Ashraf 3-57) and 303 (Kock 129 Quinton, Hashim Amla 71, Shadab Kahn 3-41) defeated Pakistan 185 (Sarfraz Ahmed 50, Duanne Olivier 5-51) and

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