Pakistan Vs South Africa 2nd ODI Highlights 22 January 2019
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- 1 PAK vs RSA 2nd ODI (D/N) Highlights – 22 January 2019
- 2 South Africa Won by 5 Wickets
- 3 Pakistan vs South Africa 2nd ODI Cricket Match Highlights 2019
- 4 Match Statistics:
- 5 Pakistan/Playing XI:
- 6 South Africa/Playing XI:
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PAK vs RSA 2nd ODI (D/N) Highlights – 22 January 2019
2nd ODI (D/N), Pakistan tour of South Africa 2018-19, Watch SA v PAK Cricket highlights today – Second one day international from Kingsmead, Durban (South Africa) Tuesday 22nd January 2019. Pakistan’s victory masked somewhat Sarfraz Ahmed‘s continuing struggles in the two longer formats. Two half-centuries in the Tests have been blighted by what are now five single-digit scores on this tour. He has now been captain for precisely one third of his ODI career – 33 out of 99 matches. In that time, he averages 26.46 with the bat; he had averaged a shade under 35 when appointef. He has scored just 3 half-centuries as captain, only once in a winning cause, and surpassed 30 just once more.
South Africa opt to bowl
The result of the Test series may be as disappointing for Mickey Arthur as it was gratifying for Otis Gibson, but in a World Cup year, it is the limited-overs results that will truly stand out. To that end, South Africa, desperate to finally snap their global tournament jinx, made an inauspicious start to their year, falling to a defeat they primarily owed to their own batting conservatism. It gave Pakistan, far better suited to the Port Elizabeth pitch than the hosts, the chance to break their duck on tour, condemning South Africa to their fifth ODI defeat in six matches between the two teams.
Pakistan’s victory in the first ODI means that South Africa have failed to beat them in the format for approximately six years. It is pertinent to add context to the stat: the two sides met only twice – in the 2015 World Cup and the 2017 Champions Trophy – between their last bilateral series in 2013 and the Saturday contest.
South Africa’s performance with the bat must have taken them by surprise. It did astonish Hasan Ali as he revealed on the eve of the second ODI. Debutant Rassie van der Dussen’s commanding 101-ball 93 was indeed a silver lining. But, the hosts will look to post a bigger total after Pakistan’s performance with the bat in the first ODI.
It was suggested the ODI pitches may have less spice than the ones in the Tests, but even so, Durban does tend to keep the quicks interested. With the ground so close to the ocean, conditions can often be impacted by the tides. What appears certain is it will interest spinners more than the pitches the remaining three ODIs will be played on.
- Match: RSA vs PAK, 2nd ODI, Pakistan tour of South Africa, 2018-19
- Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
- Time: 11:00 AM GMT
- Venue: Kingsmead, Durban
Umpires: Bongani Jele , Paul Reiffel
Third Umpire: Gregory Brathwaite
Match Referee: Ranjan Madugalle
South Africa : L W L W W
Pakistan : W W L L L
Pakistan vs South Africa 2nd ODI Cricket Match Highlights 2019
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- Avg 1st inn score: 237
- Avg 2nd inn score: 185
- Highest Total: 372/6 (49.2 Ov) by RSA vs AUS
- Lowest Total: 91/10 (29.1 Ov) by IND vs RSA
- Highest Chased: 372/6 (49.2 Ov) by RSA vs AUS
- Lowest Defended: 208/6 (50 Ov) by PAK vs RSA
- RSA ODI Ranking: 4th Position
- PAK ODI Ranking: 5th Position
- Head to Head in ODI: 73
- PAK Won: 25
- SA Won: 47
Sarfaraz Ahmed (c & wk), Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Usman Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Rizwan, Shan Masood, Hussain Talat, Shaheen Afridi
South Africa/Playing XI:
Faf du Plessis (c), Heinrich Klaasen (wk), Hashim Amla, Reeza Hendricks, Rassie van der Dussen, David Miller, Dwaine Pretorius, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir, Duanne Olivier, Aiden Markram, Dane Paterson, Tabraiz Shamsi