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Second Test Match

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

First Test Match

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Fifth One-Day International

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Fifth One-Day International

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Fourth One-Day International

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Third One-Day International

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Second One-Day International

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

First One-Day International

Pakistan v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Tour Summary

The South Africans in Pakistan, 2003-04

2004: A review of South Africa's tour to Pakistan, 2003-04

Brian Murgatroyd

Saqlain let off lightly for Miandad outburst

Oct 30, 2003: Saqlain Mushtaq escaped with only a reprimand from the Pakistan board for verbally abusing coach Javed Miandad.

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa learn lessons in Pakistan

Smith: Third time lucky

Oct 29, 2003: South Africa's captain Graeme Smith was left lamenting the fact that there was not a third Test against Pakistan, although he insisted that the recent tour to the subcontinent was a successful one

Wisden Cricinfo Staff

Coach reflects on series win

Miandad - Pakistan can beat anyone

Oct 29, 2003: Javed Miandad said that his side's performance during the series against South Africa has convinced him that they can beat anyone in the world ... and that includes Australia

Nathan Ross

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Faisalabad. 5th day

Taufeeq and Inzamam help Pakistan to a draw

Oct 28, 2003: Pakistan clinched the two-Test series 1-0 after the second Test, at Faisalabad, ended in a draw

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Faisalabad, 4th day

Kirsten steals the show

Oct 27, 2003: Gary Kirsten played South Africa into a position of strength, and they declared 301 ahead, setting up an exciting final day

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Faisalabad, 3rd day

Pollock and Smith put South Africa in charge

Oct 26, 2003: First South Africa's former captain, Shaun Pollock, new ball in hand, broke the back of Pakistan's middle order, and then their current captain shepherded his side into a strong position

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Faisalabad, 2nd day

Farhat's century puts Pakistan on top

Oct 25, 2003: A fiesty 124 not out by Imran Farhat helped Pakistan to a position of strength against South Africa in the second Test, at Faisalabad

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Faisalabad, 1st day

Pakistan on top despite Gibbs's 98

Oct 24, 2003: Herschelle Gibbs scored 98, but Pakistan wrested back the initiative in the final session, as South Africa closed on 256 for 9 on the first day of the second Test at Faisalabad

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd Test, Faisalabad

South Africa up against it

Oct 23, 2003: South Africa need to left their game a few notches to challenge Pakistan at Faisalabad

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan news

Shoaib Akhtar's appeal is turned down by ICC

Oct 22, 2003: Shoaib Akhtar's appeal against a ban for one Test and two one-day internationals has been rejected by Richie Benaud in his role as an ICC Code of Conduct Commissioner

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa v Pakistan 2003-04

We're not in the playground now

Oct 22, 2003: Test cricketers should be mature enough to shrug off the sort of spur-of-the-moment swearing that led to Shoaib Akhtar's ban, argues Kamran Abbasi

Wisden Comment by Kamran Abbasi
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Tour Results
Pakistan v South Africa at Faisalabad - Oct 24-28, 2003
Match drawn
Pakistan v South Africa at Lahore - Oct 17-21, 2003
Pakistan won by 8 wickets
Pakistan v South Africa at Rawalpindi - Oct 12, 2003
South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 25 balls remaining)
Pakistan v South Africa at Rawalpindi - Oct 10, 2003
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 67 balls remaining)
Pakistan v South Africa at Faisalabad - Oct 7, 2003
South Africa won by 13 runs (D/L method)
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