World Cup 2019: Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs at Lord’s in London

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Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs at Lord’s in London After scoring 309 runs for Sarfaraz Ahmed, Proteas lost 9 wickets in 50 overs and scored 259 runs.

South Africa are in danger at the start of the Pakistani bowlers. Hashim Amla (4) scored 4 runs in the lbw trap trapped Mohammad Amir.

Opener Quinton de Kock and captain Faf du Plessis batted in front. The duo shared 87 runs partnership. Shadab Khan broke the partnership De Kock returned with 47 runs from Imam-ul-Haq.

Immediately afterwards, Aiden Markram (7). Du Plessy tries to pull the team out of the alloy. But Amir did not allow his innings to grow bigger. Ameer topped the list of wicket keepers for the 2019 World Cup by hunting Du Plessis (63).

Then the team tried to take hold of RC van der Saussen and David Miller. Shadab broke the pair of both the 53 runs. Duhane (36), Mohammad Hafeez, was bowled out for 189 runs. In the next over, Miller was bowled (31) straight from Shahin Afridi.

Pakistan then took the match to the fore Andy Felukawa also tried to increase the team’s runto as much as possible. At the end, he remained unbeaten 46 runs. On the other side, Wahab Riaz returned to the top with Chris Morris (16), Kagiso Radda (3) Lungi Ngidi (1). Imran Tahir, along with Falukawa, was involved in one run from the unbeaten to the end.

Pakistan’s start of the match to keep the lights in the hope The opening pair of Fakhr Zaman and Imam scored 88 runs in the scoreboard. This partnership broke Tahir.

Fakhr (44) caught by Amla caught by ImranTahir Later, the Imam (44) screwed him down. Then Hafeez (20) caught trapped LRB.

Imran Tahir has made a record in pairs hunting. He is now the highest wicket-taker for South Africa in the World Cup. Alan Donald, who took 39 wickets behind, Tahir’s 37 wickets before the match against Pakistan.

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