Pakistan won the Test series against South Africa
Zulfiqar Baig Islamabad : Home team Pakistan has won the two-match Test series against South Africa.
Pakistan beat South Africa by 95 runs in the second and final Test to win the series 2-0. Pakistan have won the Test series against South Africa for the first time since 2003.
South Africa, who started the second innings with a target of 370 from Pakistan, were all out for 274 on Monday.
South Africa’s Edin Makram scored a century of 108 runs.
Similarly, Temba Babuma added 61 runs while Van der Dussen scored 48 runs.
Pakistan’s Hasan Ali took 5 wickets alone. Shahin Sah Afridi took 4 wickets.
Earlier, Pakistan were all out for 272 in the first innings.
Pakistan’s Fahim Ashraf remained unbeaten on 78 runs.
Similarly, captain Babar Azam added 77 runs while Fawad Alam scored 45 runs.
Mohammad Butwan was dismissed for 18 while Imran Butt scored 15 runs.
South Africa’s Enrich Norkia took 5 wickets. Keshav Maharaj took 3 wickets.
Pakistan were bowled out for 298 in the second innings.
For Pakistan, Mohammad Rizwan remained unbeaten on 115 runs.
South Africa’s George Linde took 5 wickets.
South Africa scored 201 runs in the first innings.
Pakistan had won the first Test by 7 wickets.