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SA v PAK: Pakistani bowler breaks South African captain’s bat

Highlights:

  • He was playing 6 runs when Tendba Bawuma’s bat was broken.
  • Faheem Ashraf took 62 wickets in his 9-over quota
  • The decisive ODI between South Africa and Pakistan will be played on Wednesday


In the second ODI match played in Johannesburg, South Africa beat guest Pakistan (South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI) by 17 runs and equalized 1-1 in the 3-match series. Pakistan’s team opener Fakhar Zaman (Fakhar Zaman), after chasing the target of 342 runs kept by the host team, could score 324 runs for 7 wickets and lost the match by 17 runs.

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In this match, Pakistani bowler Faheem Ashraf threw one such ball on which the bat of South African captain Temba Bavuma broke. Actually all this happened during the 16th over of the South African innings. Bawuma wanted to defend Ashraf’s fourth ball but the ball was so fast that the back of his bat broke and fell.

This video is becoming quite viral on social media. Bawuma’s bat was broken when he was playing for 6 runs. After this, he called for a second bat. Bavuma scored 86 runs with the second bat. He was dismissed for 92 off 102 balls. He hit 9 fours during this period.

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From South Africa, wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock scored an 80-run knock while Rasi van der Dusan was out for 60. David Miller returned unbeaten after scoring 50 runs off 27 balls. Faheem Ashraf spent 62 in 9 overs and took a wicket in his name. The third and final ODI of the series will be played on 7 April at Centurion.

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