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Pakistan tour of South Africa, 2nd ODI: South Africa v Pakistan at Durban, Jan 22, 2019

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Pakistan 203/10
(45.5 Overs) RR: 4.42


South Africa 207/5
(42.0 Overs) 4.92
South Africa won by 5 wickets (with 48 balls remaining)
Batsman R B S.R
Rassie van der Dussen (rhb) * 80 123 65.04
Andile Phehlukwayo (lhb) 69 80 86.25
Bowller O M R W Econ
Shaheen Afridi (lm) 9.0 0 44 3 4.88
Shadab Khan (lm) 10.0 0 46 2 4.60
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End of Over No.42 South Africa 207/5 Last Over (10 runs)

What a start to one-day international cricket van der Dussen has had – 93 on debut, and now a match-winning 80* as South Africa win by five wickets. And he couldn’t have done it without Andile Phehlukwayo’s career best 69 not out. Given his efforts with the ball earlier, he’s a good shout for Player of the Match. Together they put on 127 – which is a record for the sixth wicket at this ground, and not too far off South Africa’s best ever. It was enough to overcome Pakistan, despite the early strikes from Afridi and Shadab, and despite the fight shown with the bat by Hasan Ali and Sarfraz Ahmed earlier.

“We didn’t get a good start, and we gave away too many soft wickets. Hasan Ali batted really well and put some hope into the team. We had a chance when we had them 80 for 5, but Phehlukwayo and the other batsman batted really well,” says Sarfraz Ahmed.

“I’ve got a role to play,” says Man of the Match Andile Phehlukwayo. “If you hit the deck hard, there was a bit in there. I was a bit nervous to begin with when I batted. Rassie did a good job of calming me down. I stuck to my plans and played with intensity. There was some good chat. Shadab was one of the hardest to pick. At the end of the day, it was good cricket. I’m a positive person, I really like scoring boundaries and making runs.”

“What you’re looking for in a situation like that from two young guys is to learn a lot,” says winning captain Faf du Plessis. “To get through an innings like that will give them a lot. Andile is playing for that no. 7 slot so this was a big innings. In a perfect world, we should have chased 140 or 150, so it was a bit too many. An amazing start to his international career for Rassie. What you look for in new players is composure and calmness at the crease. Tonight was a bit like playing in the subcontinent, hopefully we’ll get a bit of pace in the next pitch. Dale will be back, and so will Quinny. But the great thing about this game was two guys taking their opportunity.”

Mamunur Akand: “Where does this stand in top 6th wicket partnerships that finished a chase?” — It’s the second highest ever for SA, and it’s 12th on this list

And that’s all from your commentary team tonight. Join us again on Friday for the third ODI, which is another day/night affair at SuperSport Park in Centurion. Until then, goodbye!

Naveed: “Both teams had nervy moments- Pakistan at 112/8, while SA at 80/5. Both fought back from these low points but SA also had 2 new batters at crease. Credit to them, against a good bowling attack, they won with comfort at the end. So series is tied, making it more interesting. ”

Zaheer Ahmed: “Faheem/Talat to be dropped for Amir/Imad in next for sure. It’s smelling Dears”

41.6 4 Hussain Talat to van der Dussen short and rising on middle stump, and van der Dussen rocks back to hammer a pull through midiwcket and seal a five-wicket win FOUR
41.5 0 Hussain Talat to van der Dussen short outside off, and van der Dussen guides to point no run

Faisal Jaan: “There’s no harm in an honorable defeat like this. Pakistan put up a nice fight after they were down to 110/8, and created a match out of nothing. However, oftentimes in recent history, Pakistani team had capitulated too fleetingly without any fight like in recent Pak-NZ test matches or in Asia cup. That’s the area for improvement for Pakistan. ”

41.4 1 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo another slower ball from Talat, and Phehlukwayo plays over the top of it but finds a single off his boot. They’re level 1 leg bye

Sarvan2020: “Andile is really good and doing a good job , I am big fan of pretorius who is also big talent who can bat and bowl but did not get much of a chance lately ,would have been better if was in the team ahead of Paterson ”

41.4 2 Hussain Talat to van der Dussen pushed wide down the leg side, and the fumble means they take another 2 wides
41.3 1 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo offcutter from Talat, and Phehlukwayo makes a little room to angle the ball down to third man 1 run

Sulaiman: “Smelly guy is finally taking a bath. No more Smelling.”

41.2 1 Hussain Talat to van der Dussen wobbling away, on a length at 130km/h, and Rassie eases one more through cover. Almost there 1 run

Naveed: “How important were those last 5 overs that Pakistan did not bat. Even 25 more runs at this stage and greater chase pressure might have worked in Pakistan”s favour. ”

41.1 1 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo whipped off the pads by Phehlukwayo, an easy single through midwicket the result 1 run

End of Over No.41 South Africa 197/5 Last Over (5 runs)

A complementary pair of innings have just about seen South Africa home. Van der Dussen has absorbed pressure and looked very calm, while Phehlukwayo has ridden his luck and reversed the pressure with attacking strokes

40.6 0 Shadab Khan to van der Dussen short and wide, and spinning further, but van der Dussen’s cut goes straight to point no run
40.5 0 Shadab Khan to van der Dussen pushed through a little flatter outside of, van der Dussen waiting in the crease to push it back to the bowler no run
40.4 1 Shadab Khan to Phehlukwayo Phehlukwayo shimmies out to meet the ball on the full, pushing a single along the ground to long on 1 run
40.3 1 Shadab Khan to van der Dussen looped up outside off, and Rassie is well forward to smother it, easing a single through mid off 1 run
40.2 1 Shadab Khan to Phehlukwayo another reverse sweep from Phehlukwayo, and he collects a single with it 1 run
40.1 2 Shadab Khan to Phehlukwayo Phehlukwayo swings hard and sends the ball spiraling way up into the rainy night sky. It’s up there for an absolute age, and Afridi was under real pressure running back from mid on. He doesn’t get close 2 runs

Last roll of the dice, here’s Shadab

End of Over No.40 South Africa 192/5 Last Over (7 runs)

James: “Rassie currently averaging 167. Useful!”

39.6 1 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo swiped, on the up and in front of point, for a single that allows Phehlukwayo to retain the strike 1 run

Sallu: “@Liam Brickhill Hussain Talat is bowling spin or fast…?” Medium pace

39.5 0 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo just short of a good length once again, and it’s cracked to point no run
39.4 2 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo short again, but Phehlukwayo jumps out and pumps the ball high over mid on. The ball plugs in the outfield 2 runs
39.3 0 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo Talat pulls his length back and Phehlukwayo has to stand tall to work the ball to fine leg no run
39.2 4 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo having had a look, Phehlukwayo steps down the track and flat-bats the ball powerfully over mid off. The man was up, so the shot was on FOUR

Shoaib: “Pakistan need kuldeep yadav here”

39.1 0 Hussain Talat to Phehlukwayo he starts with a length delivery on off stump, bowled at 125km/h, that Phehlukwayo taps to point no run

And here, finally, is Hussain Talat, bowling for the first time tonight, on debut

End of Over No.39 South Africa 185/5 Last Over (7 runs)

38.6 0 Shaheen Shah Afridi to van der Dussen Afridi ends the over with a length delivery, angling in from outside off, that is calmly blocked by van der Dussen no run

Ntokozo Qwabe: “Andile has incredible temperament! Always seems to be up for a battle in the big moments. Incredible from this pair! ”

38.5 0 Shaheen Shah Afridi to van der Dussen van der Dussen is forward to meet a full ball, pushing it one-handed to mid on. Phehlukwayo wanders out, looking for a single, but he’s quickly sent back no run
38.5 1 Shaheen Shah Afridi to van der Dussen Afridi’s lost his radar a little in this over, and now he shoots one down the leg side 1 wide
38.4 0 Shaheen Shah Afridi to van der Dussen short again from Afridi, and van der Dussen sways his head out of the way as the ball bounces past him no run

DLS par at the moment is 143, so South Africa are way ahead

38.3 0 Shaheen Shah Afridi to van der Dussen van der Dussen is seeing the ball so well now, and he’s in no trouble digging out an attempted yorker from Afridi no run

Please publish: “@shoaib smelly cat smelly cat what are they feeding you!”

38.2 1 Shaheen Shah Afridi to Phehlukwayo slower ball from Afridi, a cutter at 118km/h, and Phehlukwayo is a little early into it but checks the shot and sneaks a single to mid on 1 run
38.2 1 Shaheen Shah Afridi to Phehlukwayo Afridi’s response is to dig the ball in halfway down, and it’s called a wide as it balloons way over the batsman 1 wide
38.1 4 Shaheen Shah Afridi to Phehlukwayo creamed right out of the middle, this is a stroke out of the top shelf from Phehlukwayo. His feet didn’t move much but his hands and eye were in perfect alignment as he stroked the ball neatly through cover FOUR

End of Over No.38 South Africa 178/5 Last Over (4 runs)

37.6 2 Faheem Ashraf to van der Dussen van der Dussen is forward now, driving through cover point to take the partnership to 98 – the highest sixth wicket partnership at Kingsmead, beating the 97 between Rhodes and Boucher against Australia in 2001/02 2 runs
37.5 0 Faheem Ashraf to van der Dussen nice delivery from Faheem, a yorker aimed at off stump, but van der Dussen is well in now and he’s in no trouble keeping it out no run

Shoaib: “Everyone just stop this smelly talking, I’m not in mood ”

37.4 1 Faheem Ashraf to Phehlukwayo Faheem zings one in at the pads, and Phehlukwayo can’t get his bat to it but the collect a single off the pad 1 leg bye

What is it?

Pakistan tour of South Africa, 2nd ODI: South Africa v Pakistan at Durban, Jan 22, 2019.

When is it?

Match will be played on Jan 22, 2019.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2019-01-22 11:00:00 GMT, 2019-01-22 13:00:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Kingsmead, Durban

Who will Win Pakistan tour of South Africa, 2nd ODI: South Africa v Pakistan ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,Pakistan are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas South Africa possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the Pakistan are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

What TV channel is it on Live?

The following TV Channels have acquired the official Broadcast rights for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Check this listing to know about Where to watch CWC 2019.

  • India and Subcontinent Star Sports, DD Sports DD National (DD1)
  • United Kingdom Sky Sports
  • South Africa Super Sports
  • Pakistan PTV Sports and Ten Sports
  • Bangladesh Ghazi Tv (GTV), Maasranga & BTV
  • Australia Fox Sports
  • U.S.A Willow Tv
  • New Zealand Sky Sports
  • Canada ATN
  • Middle East and North Afirca OSN Sports Cricket HD
  • Sri Lanka SLRC (Channel Eye)
  • Caribbean ESPN
  • Hong Kong Star Cricket, Today TV App
  • Singapore Star Cricket, Star Hub Go, Singtel
  • China Fox Network Group
  • Fiji Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC TV)
  • Europe, Japan ICC’s Facebook webpage
  • Malaysia Star Cricket, Astro Go
  • Afghanistan Moby TV

Score Cards

  • HE van der Dussen 80*
    v Bowler Dot 4 6 R B SR
    Faheem Ashraf 14 2 0 16 22 72.72
    Shaheen Shah Afridi 18 2 0 16 28 57.14
    Mohammad Hafeez 10 1 0 11 18 61.11
    Hasan Ali 18 1 0 17 29 58.62
    Shadab Khan 14 2 0 15 23 65.21
    Hussain Talat 1 1 0 5 3 166.66
  • AL Phehlukwayo 69*
    v Bowler Dot 4 6 R B SR
    Faheem Ashraf 6 0 0 1 7 14.28
    Shaheen Shah Afridi 3 1 0 8 8 100.00
    Mohammad Hafeez 2 0 2 15 7 214.28
    Hasan Ali 9 0 0 5 14 35.71
    Shadab Khan 21 5 0 31 35 88.57
    Hussain Talat 4 1 0 9 9 100.00
  • To bat
    Player Mat Runs HS Ave 100
    8. K Rabada 75 259 31* 16.18 0
    9. D Paterson 4 0 0
    10. T Shamsi 17 0 0* 0.00 0
    11. D Olivier 2 0 0
  • Batting R B 4 6
    RR Hendricks caught wk 5 9 1 0
    HM Amla bowled 8 5 2 0
    HE van der Dussen not out 80 123 9 0
    F du Plessis caught wk 8 8 2 0
    DA Miller caught 31 26 5 0
    H Klaasen bowled 0 1 0 0
    AL Phehlukwayo not out 69 80 7 2
    K Rabada
    D Paterson
    T Shamsi
    D Olivier
    Extras (lb 2, w 4) 6
    Total (5 wkts; 42 ovs) 207
  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    Faheem Ashraf 7 0 32 0 4.57
    Shaheen Shah Afridi 9 0 44 3 4.88 (2w)
    Mohammad Hafeez 6 0 36 0 6.00
    Hasan Ali 8 0 31 0 3.87
    Shadab Khan 10 0 46 2 4.60
    Hussain Talat 2 0 16 0 8.00 (1w)
  • Partnerships
    Wkt Runs Players
    1st 12 HM Amla 8 RR Hendricks 4
    2nd 3 RR Hendricks 1 HE van der Dussen 2
    3rd 14 F du Plessis 8 HE van der Dussen 6
    4th 51 DA Miller 31 HE van der Dussen 20
    5th 0 H Klaasen 0 HE van der Dussen 0
    6th 127* HE van der Dussen 52 AL Phehlukwayo 69
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    Summary

    Sports Event
    2nd ODI South Africa vs Pakistan

    Location

    Kingsmead, Durban,
    Durban,Durban,SA
    Starting on
    Jan 22, 2019
    Ending on
    Jan 22, 2019
    Description
    Pakistan tour of South Africa, 2nd ODI: South Africa v Pakistan at Durban, Jan 22, 2019.

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