South Africa tour of Pakistan, 3rd T20I, Lahore, Sunday 14th February

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South Africa tour of Pakistan, 3rd T20I, Lahore, Sunday 14th February
South Africa tour of Pakistan, 3rd T20I, Lahore, Sunday 14th February

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3rd T20I, Lahore, Sunday 14th February, 4:00 PM
pakistan Score / 169/6 (18.4)
South Africa Score / 164/8 (20.0)
Pakistan beat South Africa by 4 wickets

Match Info
Match: 3rd T20I
Venue: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, 2021
Date & Time: 14th February, 4:00 PM
Series: South Africa in Pakistan, 3 T20I Series, 2021
Weather: Cool
Toss: Pakistan elected to field
Umpires:  Aleem Dar (PAK), Rashid Riaz (PAK) and Ahsan Raza (PAK)
Referee: Mohammad Javed (PAK)
Player of the Match:

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Recommended XI

Dream11 Recommended XI: Mohammad Rizwan, Usman Qadir, Dwaine Pretorius, Faheem Ashraf, Reeza Hendricks, Babar Azam, Andile Phehlukwayo, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Afridi, Tabraiz Shamsi, Hussain Talat

Captain: Mohammad Rizwan Vice-Captain: Dwaine Pretorius

My11Circle Recommended XI: Mohammad Rizwan, Usman Qadir, Dwaine Pretorius, Faheem Ashraf, Reeza Hendricks, Babar Azam, Andile Phehlukwayo, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Afridi, Janneman Malan, Hussain Talat

Captain: Mohammad Rizwan Vice-Captain: Usman Qadir

South Africa captain, Heinrich Klaasen, says it is a troublesome one to swallow. Adds he takes full responsibility for the collapse however Miller retaliated well and Shamsi did exceptional with the ball yet it was sufficiently not. States the wet ball is not a pardon, they do practice and they are allowed to change the ball. Notices they got things right in bits and pieces in this game and in the first, so they are moving towards the right direction. States it is a big learning curve for the boys and he is looking forward to the next series. Ends by saying it has been a good tour of Pakistan. 

Hasan Ali is up for an interview. He says it was a good comeback game and he is very happy with how he performed. Credits the way Miller played and says he can hurt you anytime however the best thing was they got early wickets and hence, the total was not a very big one. Adds the plan was straightforward, they simply required two boundaries in tough conditions to bowl and they got it. 

Earlier in the day, courtesy of one man, Miller, the visitors got to a competitive total. However, it was insufficient as a combined batting effort from the hosts took them over the line despite a four-fer from Shamsi. Overall, one has to say, Pakistan were the better side in this game. 

Century for Pakistan! 

Most wins in T20Is - 

Pakistan - 100 
India - 85 
South Africa - 71 
Australia - 69 
New Zealand - 65 

It however was started by the openers who got Pakistan off to a good start! However, it was after that they started to battle. It was mainly when Shamsi came on who was the destroyer-in-boss. He got convenient wickets which got South Africa back in the game. When Azam was dismissed, South African had a sniff however handy innings from Faheem, Nawaz and Hasan took Pakistan over the line. 

A very good chase from Pakistan! 165 was difficult on this wicket yet they have done it pleasantly. Truly, there were stages where it felt that the hosts are probably going to finish second best, yet commitments from the lower-request have taken them over the line.

Can we have a high-scoring game? 
Please. Please. Let the team batting initially get a big score and let the unit chasing it down make it entertaining. Else, we would prefer to get the winner at the toss itself and not bother about watching the game. Try not to want that, isn't that right? We should expect a cracking finale

Pakistan Cricket GroundGaddafi Stadium

The Gaddafi Cricket Stadium is located in the historical city of Lahore. Planned by the famous architect Nayyar Ali Dada, Gaddafi Stadium is inspired by Mughal architecture as is evident from the lovely brickwork that gives the stadium a unique look. The stadium is named after Colonel Gaddafi of Libya. Gaddafi Stadium facilitated its first test match as early as in 1959, when Pakistan played against the visiting Australians. It went through renovations to have the 1996 World Cup final. It is the largest ground in Pakistan. In the new stadium the solid seats are altogether replaced by plastic cover seats. The stadium holds the capacity of in excess of 60000 individuals. The 1996 Cricket World Cup was facilitated by the Gaddaffi Stadium which was played among Australia and Sri Lanka. The ground was initially named the Lahore Stadium however was later on renamed to Gaddafi in 1974. The ground has been a decent chasing ground for Pakistan and has some memorable achievements to its name. The Gaddafi stadium saw the record fifth-wicket stand of 281 between Javed Miandad and Asif Iqbal against New Zealand in 1976. Inzamam's famous triple-ton also came at this very stadium and that too against the Kiwis. However, as of late, the stadium is condemned for having sparse groups for one-days and Test matches.

Now then! Coming to the chase, Pakistan will have to bat well. They were poor in the last game with the but have to come strongly here. The wicket is providing some turn but it is required to get easier now. Stay tuned for what could be a decent second essay. 

Pakistan then again, will be exceptionally disappointed. They were cruising at one stage when their spinners ran through the South African top and center request. Mahmood with a three-fer, Nawaz also had two to his name and Qadir took one. At that point it appeared to be South Africa would not get to a 100 but they were taken to the cleaners by Miller becuase of who the game is no in the balance. 

WHAT A RECOVERY! From 7 down for 65, the visitors have gotten to a total which is more than competitive, 164 to be precise and there is just one man to thank and that is Miller. What a knock from him. Take a bow! This innings has been all about him. He has smoked the bowlers to all parks of the ground. Also, a little credit to Fortuin and Sipamla to hang in there with him but it was all about David Miller.