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PAK Vs SA, T20 World Cup 2021: South Africa Beat Pakistan By 6 Wickets – Highlights



Rassie van der Dussen’s knock helped South Africa chase down Pakistan’s 186 in their final warm-up game. Catch highlights of the PAK vs SA match.

Rassie van der Dussen hit an unbeaten 101 off 51 balls (10 fours and four sixes) as South Africa beat Pakistan by six wickets at Tolerance Oval, Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. The win helped Proteas complete a perfect warm-up outing before the start of their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 campaign. They have already defeated Afghanistan by 41 runs. Chasing an imposing target of 187, they lost both the openers in the third over to Imad Wasim. Then, van der Dussen revived the chase with skipper Temva Bavuma, who hit 46 off 42. But crossing over the finish line was always going to be a tough ask against a spirited Pakistan bowling attack, featuring the likes of Imad, Shaheen Afridi, Shadab Khan. And it needed some clean hitting from Heinrich Klaasen and van der Dussen. For the record, the winning runs came off the last ball. Earlier, put in to bat by Bavuma, Pakistan scored 186/6 with Fakhar Zaman scoring an impressive 52 off 28. Before retiring, he added stitched a crucial stand with veteran Shoaib Malik (23 off 20) to help the team fight back from a poor start. Asif Ali hit 32 runs off 18 in on blistering knock. For the Proteas, Kagiso Rabada claimed three wickets, while Keshav Maharaj and Anrich Nortje took one each. Pakistan had defeated the West Indies by seven wickets in their first warm-up match. Now they face arch-rivals India in a Super 12, Group 2 match on October 24 in Dubai. South Africa face Australia in Abu Dhabi on October 23 n their Group 1 opener. Catch highlights and cricket scores of ICC T20 World Cup warm-up match between PAK vs SA:

11:11 PM IST: Result

Hasan Ali with the last over. Rassie van der Dussen hits the first ball for a six, then a single. David Miller hits the third for another six. A single, and Rassie hits a four. 1 off 1 and the batsman needs three t reach century. And a four. 22 from the last over. 101 not out off 51 for Rassie van der Dussen. A six-wicket win for South Africa. SA – 190/4 (20); PAK – 186/6.

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