In pics: South Africa v Pakistan, 2nd ODI

Cricketnext | | March 15, 2013, 10:36 pm
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The 7-foot-1 pacer Irfan career best 4 for 33 to bowl out South Africa for 191 in 43.2 overs. (AP Photo)

The 7-foot-1 pacer Irfan career best 4 for 33 to bowl out South Africa for 191 in 43.2 overs. (AP Photo)

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Mohammad Hafeez scalped the wicket of half centurion Farhan Behardien for 58 runs. (AP Photo)

Mohammad Hafeez scalped the wicket of half centurion Farhan Behardien for 58 runs. (AP Photo)

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Pakistan's bowler Mohammad Irfan ran riot picking up three South African top-order wickets to peg back the hosts. (AP Photo)

Pakistan's bowler Mohammad Irfan ran riot picking up three South African top-order wickets to peg back the hosts. (AP Photo)

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Farhaan Behardien (58) scored a fighting maiden half century and holed out in the deep a ball before thunderstorm forced the players off the field in the 39th over. (AP Photos)

Farhaan Behardien (58) scored a fighting maiden half century and holed out in the deep a ball before thunderstorm forced the players off the field in the 39th over. (AP Photos)

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Robin Peterson (44) added 67 with Behardien before he was the last man to be dismissed in the 44th over. (AP Photos)

Robin Peterson (44) added 67 with Behardien before he was the last man to be dismissed in the 44th over. (AP Photos)

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Chasing 192 to win in 44 overs, South Africa had a glimmer of hope when they reduced Pakistan to 69-3 in the 15th over before Misbah and Younis Khan put up a 46-run stand.  (AP Photos)

Chasing 192 to win in 44 overs, South Africa had a glimmer of hope when they reduced Pakistan to 69-3 in the 15th over before Misbah and Younis Khan put up a 46-run stand. (AP Photos)

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Misbah then led from the front with a gritty 57 not out of 75 balls adding 77 runs for the unbroken match-winning, fourth-wicket stand with former skipper Malik. (AP Photos)

Misbah then led from the front with a gritty 57 not out of 75 balls adding 77 runs for the unbroken match-winning, fourth-wicket stand with former skipper Malik. (AP Photos)

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Shoaib Malik hit an enterprising 35 off 38 balls to guide Pakistan to 192-4 in 39.2 overs.

Shoaib Malik hit an enterprising 35 off 38 balls to guide Pakistan to 192-4 in 39.2 overs.