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ICC Champions Trophy 2017

India vs Pakistan FINAL

Sunday 18 June 17 @ The Oval
Match scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)


Pakistan vs South Africa Second ODI at Durban

PAK vs SA Second ODI : Yousuf leads Pakistan's victory charge

Mohammad Yousuf's unbeaten century spurred Pakistan to an emphatic 141-run win over South Africa in the second one-day international today.
Yousuf top-scored with 101 not out as Pakistan totalled a record 4-351 after winning the toss and choosing to bat. Then the visitors dismissed South Africa for 210 in 40.1 overs with leg-spinner Shahid Afridi taking 3-25.
Pakistan's previous highest total against South Africa was the 6-335 they scored in Port Elizabeth in 2002-03. It was Pakistan's third highest total against any opposition. The five-match series is level at 1-1 with the third game in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
One-day international, Durban: Pakistan 351-4 (50 overs) bt South Africa 210 by 141 runs

Pakistan vs South Africa Second ODI at Durban

Scores

Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat
351 for 4 (50.0 overs)
210 all out (40.0 overs)

Pakistan Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Imran Nazir lbw b C K Langeveldt
57
39 8 2
Kamran Akmal lbw b S M Pollock
0
3 0 0
Younis Khan c C K Langeveldt b G C Smith
93
98 9 2
Mohammad Yousuf not out
 
101
111 12 0
Inzamam-ul-Haq run out
 
13
15 1 1
Shahid Afridi not out
 
77
35 5 6
Extras
 
1nb 4w 5lb 10
 
Total
 
for 4 351 (50.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S M Pollock 10.0 1 53 1
M Ntini 9.0 1 71 0
A Nel 10.0 0 82 0
C K Langeveldt 9.0 0 61 1
J H Kallis 5.0 0 43 0
G C Smith 7.0 0 36 1
Fall of wicket
 
1 Kamran Akmal
80 Imran Nazir
204 Younis Khan
222 Inzamam-ul-Haq

South Africa Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
G C Smith c Younis Khan b Mohammad Asif
15
13 3 0
A B de Villiers c Younis Khan b Abdul Razzaq
43
46 8 0
J H Kallis c Kamran Akmal b Abdul Razzaq
34
43 4 0
H H Gibbs lbw b Mohammad Asif
14
14 1 1
A G Prince c Younis Khan b Azhar Mahmood
2
4 0 0
M V Boucher
 
b Shahid Afridi
21
18 4 0
J M Kemp c and b Shoaib Malik
22
37 1 0
S M Pollock st Kamran Akmal b Shoaib Malik
32
34 3 1
A Nel c Kamran Akmal b Shahid Afridi
5
14 0 0
M Ntini c sub b Shahid Afridi
9
20 2 0
C K Langeveldt not out
 
0
1 0 0
Extras
 
3nb 6w 4lb 13
 
Total
 
all out 210 (40.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mohammad Asif 10.0 0 29 2
Naved-ul-Hasan 4.0 0 43 0
Abdul Razzaq 7.0 0 59 2
Azhar Mahmood 5.0 0 23 1
Shahid Afridi 9.0 1 25 3
Shoaib Malik 5.0 0 27 2
Fall of wicket
 
38 G C Smith
87 A B de Villiers
110 H H Gibbs
113 J H Kallis
123 A G Prince
147 M V Boucher
178 J M Kemp
189 A Nel
207 M Ntini
209 S M Pollock

Umpires: S A Bucknor, B G Jerling

Pakistan vs South Africa Second ODI at Durban

Venue : Durban

Sahara Stadium Kingsmead is a Cricket ground in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Its current stated capacity is 25000, although grass terracing makes up part of the viewing area. The 'End names' are the Umgeni End (north) and the Old Fort Road End (south). It is the home ground of the KwaZulu-Natal Dolphins.
When a Test series is played in South Africa, this ground usually hosts the Boxing Day Test. This venue hosted the first Test for the South African cricket team after re-admission into international cricket and also hosted the timeless Test against the English cricket team in 1939. This Test lasted from the third to the thirteenth of March and was called off over fears that the English would miss their ship home.
The first Test match to be played here was between South Africa and England on January 18, 1923, which resulted in a draw. It has been renowned as a seamers wicket, and there is also a famous myth regarding how the tide affects batting conditions, as the ground is quite close to the beach. Many batting collapses in matches in the past have been blamed on changes in the tide, but nobody has been able to prove this theory. It is the stadium used every other year for the finish of the Comrades Marathon, an ultramarathon run annually between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. Because the run alternates directions each year, it only finishes in Durban in odd-numbered years.


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.