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Dussen and Phehlukwayo put on an unbeaten partnership of 127 runs for the sixth wicket

Andile Phehlukwayo is the man of the match for his all-round efforts (4/22 and 69*) and that brings to an end our live blog. Time to completion of the procedure from here. Until next time, it's goodbye from us.

Dussen, Phehlukwayo to take South Africa home

Both batsman struck important fifties and struck a record unbeaten partnership of 127 runs for the sixth wicket in Durban, South Africa romped home with 5 wickets and achieve League parity.

Dussen slams consecutive fifties

The right hand batsman recorded two fifties in a row, holds South Africa in the game. Things tilting in the balance sheet as a one or two wickets, the balance in Pakistan for the benefit of the

Shadab company from Miller and Klaasen brought in two consecutive balls

Just when it looked like South Africa were on top, Shadab a, comes into the attack and dismisses the dangerous Miller, Klaasen brought followed to Pakistan back in the game. The leg-spinner has on one trick, now

Miller, Dussen try to re-create

After the loss of their three top guns, South Africa on the path of recovery Dussen Miller and stabilization of the damage, the young Afridi.

Amla burns - South Africa 19/2

Shaheen Afridi roars again excellent, after first hit for a few boundaries in which to remove about GWG. A large inswinger, Amla went with a lazy push, and ends up getting an inside-edge on to his stumps. In his next over, he lures Hendricks in a drive, and has him nicking 5.

Pakistan, South Africa, is a target of 204

Hasan Ali and Sarfaraz Ahmed stitched a 90-run partnership for the ninth wicket as Pakistan made a good recovery from 112/8, and finally the bundle for 203. Phehlukwayo finished with his career best figures of 4/22

Hasan Ali throws his second ODI fifty

It is a fabulous recording of Hasan Ali, as he reached his fifty in 38 balls. Shadab Khan sends a message about its celebration. The partnership continued to frustrate South Africa.

Hasan Ali and Sarfaraz 50 runs for the ninth wicket

It was a real carnage in the final minutes with Hasan Ali to play his shots while Sarfaraz is happy to play the second violin. Pakistan have violated the 150-run mark.

Hasan Ali on fire

The pacemaker shows off his batting could, carted for 24 runs from his last 7 balls. He can continue this onslaught?

Shamsi magic - Pakistan sinks into 112/8

The Chinaman bowler is on fire, before falling Ashraf. But the batsman reviews in the hope, only for the ball tracking to show that it was hitting the stumps

Shamsi on a roll - Pakistan six down

Talat Hussain is deceived by the flight from Shamsi to go as he tries hard on the hard disk, and draws his leg back in the process. Klaasen associated with a quick-fire looked to the end of his stay in the crease

Shamsi strike gold in his first over

Half of the Pakistani side back in the hut. Shamshi - googly dupes Shadab, as he top-edges sweep. Balloons in the direction of mid-wicket, where the fielder from the deep runs in the fishing completed. Things are looking a bit rosy for the visitors.

Double strike - Pakistan wobbling at 58/4

The visitors in a spot of trouble now as a Phehlukwayo foxes Hafeez. The star of the last game Hafeez chips wicket directly into the hands of the Faf in the short-term center. Two balls later, Fakhar takes the bite out of it. Olivier is the lifter has been laser-etched handle at the batsman's body - too hot to - to show pings the splicing and leads.

The story of Babar, falls into the trap and Pakistan, two below, in the first ten

Rabada short ball Trick worked like a charm. Mark Nicholas on air feels that the pacer has a 'sixth sense'. The story of Babar, unleashed a couple of stunning drives and movements, looked for a big score, but unfortunately is undone by the short ball, similar to a Imam. To draw even though he is in a good position, probably not aware that it is wicket a fielder in the deep middle. It pulls up on the bat and finds the fielder. Rocked Pakistan early..

First Blow

Rabada jumps out to Imam and offers South Africa the breakthrough. Imam looked a bit hesitant and nervous, from the beginning, takes you on a short ball that hurried on to him. The result is, he splices it in the air and it's a Keeper for Phehlukwayo in the middle wicket. Great strike played in the light of Imam an important role in the first ODI. The story of Babar, walks in the next clip, and a full ball on the pads through square leg. The style opened in full his account with a boundary.

Inzy in the house

Former Pakistan captain and current Chairman of selectors, Inzamam-ul-Haq discovered munching some food in the stands. His nephew, Imam proved to be its value in the first ODI and Inzy, pleased with Pakistan taking an early lead in the series.

Eye-catching to the mark!

Rabada offers a juicy half-volley and Fakhar Zaman wasted no time in getting off the mark. To drive high elbows, lunges forward and presents the straightest of bats, ram-rod straight down the ground. Everything was just there. It seems like a good batting surface.


Pakistan Play with (XI): Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Talat Hussain, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi

South Africa Play (XI): Hashim Amla, Reeza Hendricks, Rassie van der Dussen, David Miller, Faf du Plessis(c), Heinrich Klaasen(w), Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Dane Paterson, Tabraiz Shamsi, Duanne Olivier


Faf du Plessis won the coin toss and South Africa bowl first. Two changes for both teams. Dane Paterson and Tabraiz Shamsi to replace Dwaine Pretorius and Imran Tahir to the Proteas, while Shaheen Shah Afridi and Talat Hussain in Usman Shinwari and Imad Wasim.


After a one-sided Test series, Pakistan and South Africa is a kind of role reversal in the first ODI. The visitors drew first blood-and-goal to carry forward that momentum in Durban. It was Imam-ul-Haq and Hafeez owe, who played vital knocks, especially the latter, for staying until the end of the warranty Pakistan crossed the target line is the line for the early lead in the five-match series.

The defeat sounded warning bells for the hosts, despite Amla's unbeaten ton and a brilliant 93 in the debut of Rassie van der Dussen, South Africa underwhelmed booking-under-par total on a tricky surface. The bowlers have to try your best to go by the match up in the 50s, but clearly, they were 10-15 runs out. It's a new day, a new game box. To expect the Proteas in a better show.

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