Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs in 2019 cricket world cup
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Pakistan beat South Africa to keep hopes alive in 2019 world cup

Mixed emotions at Lord’s as Pakistan saved themselves from knocking out from ICC world cup 2019 meanwhile South Africa are officially out from the tournament’s next stage as they’ve become second team after Afghanistan who can not qualify for cwc19 knockouts even though they succeed to win their rest league fixtures.

Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs in 2019 cricket world cup
Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs in 2019 cricket world cup

It was an easy for Pakistan as they beat South Africa comprehensively by 49 runs. Winning the toss, Men In Green chose to bat first and team posted 308 runs on the board. Credit goes to Haris Sohail’s hard hitting and explosive innings of 89 runs in 59 balls. He hit three sixes and nine fours in the match winning innings.

Wahab Riaz and Shadab Khan were good with the bowling efforts as both bowlers took 3 wickets each meanwhile Mohammed Amir dismissed 2 Proteas batsmen at the top. South Africa are not known for chase and this was proven in tonight’s game as well. Proteas managed to score 259 runs in 50 overs for the lose of 9 wickets in reply to 309 target. Hence lost the match by 49 runs.

Pakistan was luck enough today as fielders drop catch a lot which didn’t cause at the end.
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The dream of qualifying for semifinals is still alive for Men In Green and they have to win their next 3 matches to give them chance of making it into knockout stage.

“We made the same mistakes with the bat with guys getting out after starts. Our batting lineup is struggling with a bit of confidence. We were poor with the ball and let them get off to a good start,” South Africa skipper Faf said after the match.

Brief Scores (Match Summary)

Toss: Pakistan won toss and chose to bat
Pakistan Innings: 308/7. 50 overs (Sohail- 89 runs, Babar- 69 runs, Ngidi- 3 wickets)
South Africa Innings: 259/9, 50 overs (Du Plessis- 63 runs, de Kock- 46 runs, Wahab/Shadab- 3-3 wickets)
Result: Pakistan won by 49 runs
Man of The Match: Haris Sohail


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