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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Pakistan Vs South Africa, 28 Sep 2012, Match 15 - ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2012

Pakistan Vs South Africa

  • Match 15, R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Fri, 28 Sep 2012 03:30 PM IST.
  • South Africa won the toss & elected to bat
PAKISTAN

PAK


Pakistan won by 2 wickets

SA

SOUTH AFRICA
PAKISTAN
SOUTH AFRICA
PlayerMatchesAvg
Abdul Razzaq2922.56
Asad Shafiq1019.2
Imran Nazir2123.36
Kamran Akmal4325.09
Mohammad Hafeez (C)3621.61
Mohammad Sami5-
Nasir Jamshed539.25
Raza Hasan3-
Saeed Ajmal449.66
Shahid Afridi5218.06
Shoaib Malik4623.12
Sohail Tanvir258.57
Umar Akmal3625.41
Umar Gul459
Yasir Arafat1116.2
Coach: 
PlayerMatchesAvg
AB de Villiers (C)4122.59
Albie Morkel4023.90
Dale Steyn254
Faf du Plessis38.33
Farhaan Behardien3-
Hashim Amla1224.6
Jacques Kallis2240.12
Johan Botha3719.3
JP Duminy3933
Justin Ontong1013
Lonwabo Tsotsobe111
Morne Morkel262
Richard Levi931.85
Robin Peterson1312.4
Wayne Parnell1634.5
Coach: 
Head 2 Head
PAKISTAN
SOUTH AFRICA
N/A
ICC Ranking
N/A
5
Played
5
2
Won
3
3
Lost
2
0
Tied
0
0
No Results
0
0
Home Wins
1
0
Away Wins
0
N/A
Highest Total chased
South Africa won by 10 wickets 
on Feb 01 2007
Target Chased: 129
Shahid Afridi (116 Runs)
Most Prolific Batsman
Graeme Smith (145 Runs)
Shahid Afridi (51 Runs)
Highest Individual Score
Graeme Smith (71 Runs)
4/26 by Saeed Ajmal 
on May 09 2010
Best Bowling Analysis
4/19 by Charl Langeveldt 
on May 09 2010
Saeed Ajmal (7 Wickets)
Most Prolific Bowler
Lonwabo Tsotsobe (5 Wickets)

Pakistan won by 2 wickets

Man of the match:
  Umar Gul
2nd Innings
PAK: 136/8 (19.4) RR: 6.91
1st Innings
SA: 133/6 (20) RR: 6.65
  • SOUTH AFRICA: 133/6 (20) RR: 6.65
    1st Innings
    • Batting
      R
      B
      4s
      6s
      S/R
    • Richard Levi
      b Saeed Ajmal
      8
      9
      1
      0
      88.89
    • Hashim Amla
      c Shoaib Malik b Yasir Arafat
      6
      6
      1
      0
      100.00
    • Jacques Kallis
      c Shahid Afridi b Mohammad Hafeez
      12
      18
      0
      1
      66.67
    • JP Duminy
      c Kamran Akmal b Yasir Arafat
      48
      38
      2
      2
      126.32
    • Farhaan Behardien
      st Kamran Akmal b Mohammad Hafeez
      18
      21
      2
      0
      85.71
    • AB de Villiers
      c Imran Nazir b Umar Gul
      25
      18
      2
      1
      138.89
    • Albie Morkel
      not out
      9
      6
      1
      0
      150.00
    • Robin Peterson
      not out
      3
      4
      0
      0
      75.00
    • Johan Botha
      -
      -
      -
      -
      -
    • Dale Steyn
      -
      -
      -
      -
      -
    • Morne Morkel
      -
      -
      -
      -
      -
    • Extras (b 0, lb 2, w 2, nb 0)
      4
    • Total Score:
      133/6
      (20 Over)
      RR:
      6.65
    • Fall of Wickets:1-8 (Hashim Amla, 1.5 Over) 2-28 (Richard Levi, 5.2 Over) 3-28 (Jacques Kallis, 6.1 Over)4-66 (Farhaan Behardien, 12.3 Over) 5-110 (AB de Villiers, 17.2 Over) 6-123 (JP Duminy, 18.4 Over)
      Bowling
      O
      M
      R
      W
      NB
      WD
      Eco
      Raza Hasan
      3
      1
      12
      0
      0
      0
      4
      Yasir Arafat
      3
      0
      25
      2
      0
      1
      8.33
      Saeed Ajmal
      4
      1
      26
      1
      0
      0
      6.5
      Mohammad Hafeez
      4
      0
      23
      2
      0
      0
      5.75
      Shahid Afridi
      4
      0
      26
      0
      0
      1
      6.5
      Umar Gul
      2
      0
      19
      1
      0
      0
      9.5
       
    •  
  • PAKISTAN: 136/8 (19.4) RR: 6.91
    2nd Innings
    • Batting
      R
      B
      4s
      6s
      S/R
    • Mohammad Hafeez
      st AB de Villiers b Robin Peterson
      15
      9
      2
      1
      166.67
    • Imran Nazir
      c AB de Villiers b Dale Steyn
      14
      11
      3
      0
      127.27
    • Nasir Jamshed
      st AB de Villiers b Robin Peterson
      0
      2
      0
      0
      0.00
    • Kamran Akmal
      b Johan Botha
      1
      6
      0
      0
      16.67
    • Shoaib Malik
      c Dale Steyn b Jacques Kallis
      12
      26
      1
      0
      46.15
    • Umar Akmal
      not out
      43
      41
      4
      1
      104.88
    • Shahid Afridi
      c Albie Morkel b JP Duminy
      0
      1
      0
      0
      0.00
    • Yasir Arafat
      c JP Duminy b Dale Steyn
      3
      5
      0
      0
      60.00
    • Umar Gul
      c Robin Peterson b Dale Steyn
      32
      17
      2
      3
      188.24
    • Saeed Ajmal
      not out
      4
      1
      1
      0
      400.00
    • Raza Hasan
      -
      -
      -
      -
      -
    • Extras (b 2, lb 6, w 3, nb 1)
      12
    • Total Score:
      136/8
      (19.4 Over)
      RR:
      6.91
    • Fall of Wickets:1-24 (Imran Nazir, 3 Over) 2-30 (Mohammad Hafeez, 3.2 Over) 3-31 (Nasir Jamshed, 4 Over) 4-37 (Kamran Akmal, 6.2 Over) 5-63 (Shoaib Malik, 11.5 Over) 6-63 (Shahid Afridi, 12.1 Over) 7-76 (Yasir Arafat, 14.3 Over) 8-125 (Umar Gul, 19 Over)
      Bowling
      O
      M
      R
      W
      NB
      WD
      Eco
      Dale Steyn
      4
      0
      22
      3
      0
      2
      5.5
      Morne Morkel
      3.4
      0
      33
      0
      0
      0
      9
      Robin Peterson
      4
      1
      15
      2
      0
      0
      3.75
      Albie Morkel
      2
      0
      26
      0
      1
      0
      13
      Johan Botha
      2
      1
      10
      1
      0
      0
      5
      JP Duminy
      2
      0
      5
      1
      0
      0
      2.5
      Jacques Kallis
      2
      0
      17
      1
      0
      1
      8.5
       

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