Sun, 4 April, 2021, 10:04 pm·3-min read
Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman lit the Wanderers in Johannesburg on fire in the second ODI between South Africa and Pakistan, almost single-handedly taking Pakistan past Proteas’ total of 341 runs. In the process, he created a couple of world records as well.
South Africa batted first after Babar Azam won the toss and unlike the first ODI, the Temba Bavuma led side took it to the opposition and kept on attacking from ball one. Quinton de Kock (80) and Aiden Markram (39) adding 55 runs. Then Temba Bavuma (92) and Rassie van der Dussen (60 in 37 balls with 4 sixes and 6 fours) and also David Miller (50* in 27 balls) helped Proteas put on a good score of 341/6 on the board.
Fakhar Zaman Slams 193 With 18 Fours And 10 Sixes, The Highest Individual Score Chasing In ODIs
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