In the Rawalpindi Test Pakistan Vs South Africa, South Africa scored 127 for one in pursuit of the target. Pakistan gave South Africa a target of 370 in the second innings thanks to Rizwan’s magnificent century, Rizwan scored the first century of his Test career, remained unbeaten on 115 runs.
Pakistan Vs South Africa 4th Day Test 2 Highlights
In the second Test, Pakistan gave South Africa a target of 370 runs thanks to a brilliant century by Mohammad Rizwan. Pakistan was bowled out for 272 in the 1st innings of the second Test in Rawalpindi. In reply, the visitors were bowled out for 201 and the hosts Pakistan had a 71-run lead while the national team was bowled out for 398 in the second innings.
Dan Elgar and Aiden Markram started the innings for South Africa, Elgar fell victim to Shaheen Afridi for 17, after which Markram played aggressive cricket with Van der Dassn and completed his half-century. At the end of the fourth day, South Africa have scored 127 runs for the loss of one wicket.
Markram is on 59 and Dawson is on 48.
Earlier, on the fourth day of the Test, wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan completed the first century of his Test career. Noman Ali gave his full support and formed a partnership of 97 runs. Noman was dismissed for 45, Mohammad Rizwan remained unbeaten on 115. His innings included 15 fours. The national team openers also failed in the second innings. Imran Butt 0, Abid Ali 13, Babar Azam 8, Azhar Ali 33, Fawad Alam 12, Fahim Ashraf 29, Yasir Shah 23, Hassan Ali 5 and Shaheen Afridi were out for 4 runs.
Left-arm sniper George Linde took 5 wickets. Keshu Maharaj took 3 wickets and Kagisu Rabada took 2 wickets. Earlier, South Africa captain Quentin de Kock was dismissed for 29 in the first innings, Wayne Milder for 33 and George Linde for 21. Dan Elgar 15, Van der Dawson was bowled without opening an account. Faf Duplssis fell victim to Faheem Ashraf after scoring 17 runs, Eden Markram was dismissed for 32 runs.
Tamba Bauma remained unbeaten on 44 runs. For the national team, Hassan Ali took five wickets, while Noman Ali, Fahim Ashraf and Shaheen Afridi took one wicket each. After the failure of the top order in the first innings, the national team managed to score 272 runs thanks to the responsible batting of Faheem Ashraf, captain Babar Azam and Fawad Alam. Babar Azam (77) and Fawad Alam (45) were all out while Faheem Ashraf (78) remained unbeaten.
Imran Butt 15, Abid Ali 6, Azhar Ali 0, Mohammad Rizwan 18 runs were the guests. Hassan Ali, Yasir Shah and Noman Ali scored 8.8 runs. For North Africa, Energy Nortje took 5 wickets and Kisho Maharaj took 3 wickets. Captain Babar Azam said that Kohi has retained the Karachi Test team. On the other hand, the visiting team has included all-rounder Wayne Milder in the team in place of Longi Ngidi. It should be noted that Pakistan had defeated South Africa in the Test in Karachi.
Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan has revealed that league sniper Yasir Shah had urged him to score a century to be considered a complete batsman. Muhammad Rizwan, who scored his first Test century, was instrumental in giving South Africa a 370-run target on the fourth day of the second Test in Rawalpindi on Sunday.
During a virtual press conference at the end of the game, Rizwan said, “Yasir Shah told me that I would consider you a complete batsman only if you score a century, no matter how many half-centuries you want.” Taken as a challenge and scored a century. Despite South Africa’s fightback on the fourth day, Rizwan was confident of winning the Test match and the series.
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