On 29 January, the result of two matches played between Pakistan and South Africa together was revealed. Here in Karachi, Pakistan’s Men’s cricket team defeated South Africa by 7 wickets in the first test match. On the other hand, in the match between the women’s cricket team of the two countries in Durban, host South Africa defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets. Simply put, the revenge of Karachi was completed in Durban.

Here we are talking about the T20 International between Durban ie Pakistan and South Africa. In this match, the women’s team of South Africa made Pakistan’s game before 6 balls i.e. the entire 1 over. The special thing is that in this match, a South African player completed her century without even raising a bat and became the first woman cricketer of her country in T20 International to do so.

Pakistan scored 124 runs in 20 overs

Pakistan won the toss in the T20 match played in Durban and decided to bat first. Pakistan’s wickets kept falling at regular intervals. No partnership was seen to be big for the team. The result was that in 20 overs, the Pakistan team could score only 124 runs by losing 8 wickets. Ayesha Nasim remained the top scorer for Pakistan scoring 31 runs.

100 hunts completed in T20I

Marigeen Cap was the most successful wicket-taker with 3 wickets from South Africa. But the real achievement was achieved by 32-year-old bowler Shabnim Ismail. Shabnim took 2 wickets in the match but with these 2 victims, he completed his 100 wickets in T20 Internationals. Now he has 101 wickets in 93 matches of T20 International. Pakistan opener Ayesha Zafar became Ismail’s 100th victim in T20.

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