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Pakistan won 1st Test Match against South Africa

Pak vs SA 1st Test

Sports, Cricket News : Pakistan won the Test Match against South Africa by 7 wickets. This match was very interesting.

South Africa set the target of 40 runs in second inning which was successfully completed by Pakistan after losing 3 early wickets.

In first inning South Africa set 249 all out and Pakistan made the 442 runs all out. In this way South Africa can make only 232 runs all out.

Quite a strong record for South Africa has come to an abrupt end against a side, Pakistan who recently lost a Test to a country that was not even in the Test rankings, Zimbabwe.

Strange things do happen in cricket but Pakistan richly deserve this win. A historic script written here by them and that ends a very one-sided match eventually, which didn’t find the need to go five days.

Graeme Smith said that I was extremely disappointed. Credit to Misbah and his team. Right from the first session, they were the better team. I think that the 1st morning was a tough time to bat.

A total of 250 puts you under pressure. There’s been a few guys who haven’t performed to the level they would have liked but that happens in a series. Good cricket discussions needs to take place and hopefully with the conditions in Dubai, the right conditons are taken.

Hashim Amla is one of the best batsmen in the world. A big moment happening in life(birth of his second child is due). We wish him all the best.

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