The South African team is currently on a tour of Pakistan and is playing a series of Test matches there. During the match, Pakistan wicket-keeper Mohammad Rivan won the hearts of all with his superb fielding. South Africa lost a wicket for 63 runs during the match, while Faheem Ashraf’s bowling did something that Pakistani players had hoped for.
South African boutique One Der Dose tried to take a run for Sindh with a shot towards extra cover. Dean Elgar knew that he had hit the bowler in the hands of Babar Azam, so Dean Elgar did not respond to Singhal, but One Der Dusan had already reached half the picture. Dean Elgar sent him back, but van der Dusan failed to reach the picture and was dismissed by Mohammad Rizwan.
Rivan said the way the batsman was run out was worth watching. Mohammad Rivan caught the ball, hit the drive and hit the stamp without wasting time. Mohammad Rizwan is very appreciative of this skill. So if we talk about the match then the host Pakistan is in a strong position in this match. In reply to South Africa’s 220 in the first innings, Pakistan lost 30 wickets and scored 308 runs.
Fawad Alam of Pakistan scored a brilliant 109 runs. On the 5th ball of the 97th over, Fawad Alam Lungi left the ball caught in the short mid wicket off Angidi. Apart from Fawad Alam, Azhar Ali (51 off 151 balls) and Faheem Ashraf (64 off 84 balls) were the other important batsmen. Also, other Pakistan batsmen could not score more runs. So in the first innings of South Africa, none other than Elgar and George Linde could score more runs.