Sydney: Pakistan has put up a strong fight against South Africa in their fourth fixture of T20 World Cup. After choosing to bat first, Babar Azam-led Pakistan has put 185 runs on board.
Pakistan have set South Africa a target of 186 💪
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After half-centuries by Iftikhar Ahmed and Shadab Khan. After the Pakistan opened were dismissed cheaply in single digit score, it was middle order that took the responsibilities on their shoulder.
Mohammad Haris scored 28 runs while Iftikhar Ahmed marked a 35-balls half century. Shadan Khan who has come on no.7 also hit a 20-balls half century to power his side.
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Di or Die game for Pakistan
Currently, Pakistan is at 5th spot in the points table of Group 2 while South Africa is on the second spot.