Pakistan v South Africa ODI Series - 2nd ODI

Pakistan v South Africa

Pakistan won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining)

11.1

Wahab Riaz to Amla, FOUR, poor start, straight innocuous delivery on the pads, and Amla gets an inside edge onto the pad, which goes away to fine leg for four

11.2

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run, fuller, closer to off, hit back to the bowler

11.3

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run, length ball, hit straight to mid-off

11.4

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run

11.5

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, punched down the ground, not enough power behind it, and takes a single straight of mid-off

11.6

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, length ball around off, hit back to the bowler

South Africa 68/1   Wahab Riaz 1-0-5-0

13.1

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run, for a change, extra bounce! Amla shuffles across, looks to pull it from outside off, and is hit in the rib area

13.2

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run, gets the width, cuts it off the front foot, but finds point

13.3

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run, slower ball wide outside off, Amla lets it go, hoping for a wide, but not given

13.4

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 2 runs, full and wide, driven wide of sweeper-cover for two

13.5

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, beautiful punch shot down the ground, Afridi at mid-off has to make a full-length dive to his right to save three runs here

13.6

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, around off, Ingram stays back and defends

South Africa 74/1   Wahab Riaz 2-0-8-0

15.1

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, 1 run, angling into the pads, turned away for a single

15.2

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, steered away from in front of off, towards third man, and that's a fifty for Amla - the seventh time he has reached the landmark this year. Four of those he has converted into centuries

15.3

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, Ingram looks to play the steer shot too, and is beaten outside off

15.4

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, length ball, close to off, hit down to mid-off

15.5

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, slower ball, Ingram plays with an open face

15.6

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, 1 run, into the ribs, pulled away to fine leg for one

South Africa 81/1   Wahab Riaz 3-0-11-0

17.1

Wahab Riaz to Amla, no run, punched down the ground, but straight to mid-off

17.2

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, steered down to third man for a single

17.3

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, tight line, middle and off, Ingram pushes this to midwicket

17.4

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, slower one gone wrong, down the leg side, Ingram gets a faint touch to what would surely have been a wide

17.5

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, 1 run, another slower ball, around off this time, and he opens the face on it to run it down to third man

17.6

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, steered down to third man for a single

South Africa 90/1   Wahab Riaz 4-0-14-0

19.1

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, flicked to midwicket, with the angle

19.2

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, 1 run, plays with an open face, gets a single to third man

19.3

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, played down the ground, between mid-off and mid-on for a single

19.4

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, 1 run, slower ball, cut away, and Alam makes a nice diving save at backward-point

19.5

Wahab Riaz to Amla, 1 run, punched away, gets a single wide of mid-off

19.6

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, not for the first time, Ingram is beaten when trying the cut shot, again because of low bounce

South Africa 100/1   Wahab Riaz 5-0-18-0

21.1

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, no run, another play and miss from Ingram outside off, playing under the ball as he looks to cut this one

21.2

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, 1 run, gets a single to third man

21.3

Wahab Riaz to de Villiers, no run, moves across and plays and misses, is hit on the pad, but the ball is pitched outside leg

21.4

Wahab Riaz to de Villiers, no run, defends a back-of-a-length delivery off the back foot

21.5

Wahab Riaz to de Villiers, no run, presses half forward and plays a defensive shot

21.6

Wahab Riaz to de Villiers, no run, shuffles across, off-drives a full and wide delivery, hits it to mid-off

South Africa 109/2   Wahab Riaz 6-0-19-0

40.1

Wahab Riaz to Ingram, OUT, Riaz has got him with a swinging low full toss, nearly a yorker. Ingram is limping his way back to the pavilion - it got him straight on the toe or the angle, but on first look it seemed like swinging down the leg side. Replays confirm my view. Ironic that the man who enjoyed such good luck through the innings gets an ordinary decision at the end of it all. Nothing to take away from the superb late reverse swing

CA Ingram lbw b Wahab Riaz 100 (143m 119b 10x4 1x6) SR: 84.03

40.2

Wahab Riaz to Miller, no run, nice bouncer, hits him in the chest area

40.3

Wahab Riaz to Miller, 1 run, another yorker, reversing again, he digs it out for one

40.4

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 leg bye, slower ball, very well bowled, and Duminy - already looking for a paddle sweep - lets the ball hit his shoulder, and claims the leg-bye even though he didn't play a shot at all. That same old rule of leg-byes-while-taking-protective-action?

40.5

Wahab Riaz to Miller, 2 runs, short ball, pulled wide of mid-on for two

40.6

Wahab Riaz to Miller, 2 runs, another two, guided wide of deep backward square

South Africa 222/4   Wahab Riaz 7-0-24-1

42.1

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, FOUR, that's unlucky! Riaz bowls a yorker on middle and leg, JP digs it out, and the inside edge takes it fine of short fine for four

42.2

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 leg bye, slower ball beats him, but he gets a leg-bye

42.3

Wahab Riaz to Miller, no run, sees Miller make room, and bowls wide of off, and gets a dot ball through. Smart bowling

42.4

Wahab Riaz to Miller, 1 leg bye, another reversing delivery, but a full toss, hits him on the pad down the leg side, and he gets a leg-bye

42.5

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 run, slower ball, cut to backward point, and they steal a single. Asad Shafiq misses the direct-hit

42.6

Wahab Riaz to Miller, OUT, Wahab gets another! This is good bowling at death. Bowls a sharp bouncer, heading towards the batsman's head, Miller backs away and pulls, gets a top edge that Wahab runs to his left and claims

DA Miller c & b Wahab Riaz 6 (10m 10b 0x4 0x6) SR: 60.00

South Africa 232/5   Wahab Riaz 8-0-29-2

44.1

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 run, slower ball, worked into the on side for one

44.2

Wahab Riaz to Botha, 1 run, back of a length, around off, Botha drops and runs and hands over the strike to JP

44.3

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 run, length ball, driven wide of mid-off for one

44.4

Wahab Riaz to Botha, no run, short, into the ribs, Botha turns down the single JP wants as t hasn't really gone anywhere but straight to square leg

44.5

Wahab Riaz to Botha, 1 leg bye, another short ball, hits him in the thigh pad, gets a leg-bye

44.6

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 run, short again, JP gets a bottom edge on the pull, gets a single

South Africa 241/6   Wahab Riaz 9-0-33-2

46.1

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, no run, nice yorker, swinging in late, and pitching on the crease. JP can't do much else with it than dig it out

46.2

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 2 runs, just short of being a yorker and he plays it with an open face, wide of deep point and the poor wide throw from Asad Shafiq lets them get the second easily

46.3

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 run, slower ball, played with an open face, gets a single to backward point

46.4

Wahab Riaz to Botha, 1 wide, bouncer, but down the leg side, and it's called a wide

46.4

Wahab Riaz to Botha, FOUR, inside edge for four! Botha throws his bat at this length ball outside off, and the edge misses both the stumps and the keeper

46.5

Wahab Riaz to Botha, 1 run, slower ball, hit to midwicket for one

46.6

Wahab Riaz to Duminy, 1 run, driven to sweeper-cover for one. Wahab's quota of 10 ends for 43 runs and two wickets

South Africa 256/6   Wahab Riaz 10-0-43-2
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Oct 31, 2010

Abdul Razzaq celebrates an unbelievable victory, Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd ODI, Abu Dhabi, October 31, 2010

Abdul Razzaq celebrates an unbelievable victory

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Oct 31, 2010

Abdul Razzaq and Pakistan coach Waqar Younis are delighted with the win, Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd ODI, Abu Dhabi, October 31, 2010

Abdul Razzaq and Pakistan coach Waqar Younis are delighted with the win

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