Cape The town – An unbeaten half-century from
Haris Khan helped Pakistan to a seven-wicket conquer the South
Africa Beneath-19s within the 7th Adolescence One-Day World (ODI) in Chatsworth
The end result approach the visiting
facet finish their excursion to South Africa with a seven-nil collection victory.
Khan smashed a 55-ball 69 (8
fours, 1 six) along team-mate, Basit Ali (56 off 95 balls; five fours), as
Pakistan cantered to a resounding win with 13.three overs to spare according to
the SA under-19s’ slightly modest overall of 182/nine in 48 overs.
After successful the toss and
electing to bat first, South Africa’s innings failed to seek out the desired
rhythm to submit a aggressive rating, as they misplaced wickets at common periods.
With handiest 4 ratings above the 20-run mark, Bryce Parsons (37) top-scored for
the hosts, whilst Jonathan Chook (29) and Andrew Louw (25) additionally were given promising
begins earlier than failing to transform.
Khanya Cotani recorded an
undefeated 36 off 61 balls as ultimate guy in, Lifa Ntanzi (4*), needed to retire harm
after being hit within the head via a bouncer within the 48th over.
Mohammad Aamir led the rate
with the ball for the sub-continent staff, notching up figures of three/40 whilst
Khan (2/21) and Aamir Ali (2/27) additionally contributed.
Chasing the bottom goal of
the collection, Pakistan made mild paintings in their time out with the bat. In spite of a
length of sustained power from the South African children constructed thru
consecutive dot balls, an 82-run partnership for the 3rd wicket between Khan
and Ali edged their facet against victory earlier than a overdue cameo from Fahad Munir
(21*) guided them over the road.
For his two wickets and a
match-winning fifty, Khan gained the Guy of the Fit award, whilst Pakistan
captain, Rohail Nazir claimed the Participant of the Collection accolade for his
commendable paintings at the back of the stumps and 318 runs, together with 4 half-centuries.
The thrilling Jonathan Chook
completed the collection because the best run-scorer with 356 runs following his two
centuries and one fifty, averaging 59.33 within the six fits he performed.
The SA under-19s subsequent take
the sector in a three-match Adolescence ODI collection in opposition to India from 26-30 December
in East London.
South Africa U19
Bryce Parsons (captain,
Gauteng), Luke Beaufort (Jap Province), Jonathan Chook (Western Province),
Achille Cloete (Boland), Gerald Coetzee (Unfastened State), Khanya Cotani (North
West), Micheal Copeland (Gauteng), Andrew Louw (Unfastened State), Heinrigh Pieterse (Gauteng),
Levert Manje (Gauteng), Lifa Ntanzi (KZN Coastal), Imraan Philander (Western
Province), Siya Plaatjie (Western Province), Ruan Terblanche (Boland), Nonelela