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Pakistan set 232 runs target against South Africa in 47 overs match

AUCKLAND: Pakistan have posted a respectable 232 runs target against South Africa in 47 over game at Eden Park on Saturday.

Pakistan were all out on 222 with three bowls remaining in the innings. Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq once again played a calm hand of 56 runs along with Sarfarz on the top order.

Pakistan off to a good start against South Africa as they managed to score 175 runs in 37 overs on loss of 5 wickets.

Sarfarz Ahmed who was finally given a chance in the World Cup proved his selection right as he scored 49 runs jus facing 49 bowls before getting run out.

On the other hand Ahmed Shehzad lost his wicket after scoring 18 runs courtesy of brilliant running catch by Dale Steyn while Younis Khan finally got some runs under his belt. He scored 37 runs.

Dale Steyn picked up three wickets Kyle Abbott took two wickets so far in the match.

South Africa required 232 runs according to D/L system in 47 overs.

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