Blind World T20: Pakistan beat Proteas to clinch sixth consecutive win
KARNATAKA: Pakistan won their sixth consecutive game in the ongoing Blind World Twenty20 as they beat South Africa by nine wickets on Monday, ARY News reported.
South Africa, opting to bat, made 100/9 in their 20 overs. Tefo Lesley Classen was the top scorer for the team as he made 19 runs from 20 balls with a boundary to his name while Buhle Bhidla made 10 runs from 17 balls after hitting a four.
Doctor Wiilliam Malinga, Ephraim Mathabo and Sonwabile Bidla also scored eight runs each for the team.
Anees Javed took two wickets for Pakistan while Badar Munir and Riasat Khan dismissed one South African batsman each.
Pakistan, chasing 101 runs, reached the target in 5.1 overs with nine wickets to spare. Badar Munir scored an unbeaten half century as he made 60 runs from 20 balls after hitting 10 boundaries and two sixes.
Muhammad Jamil scored 29 runs from 11 balls with six fours to his name.
Asher Jonathan Hattingh got the only wicket for South Africa.
Pakistan started their campaign by beating New Zealand by 10 wickets and went on to defeat England by 97 runs.
The team’s biggest victory came against India as they won the match by seven wickets. They beat Sri Lanka by five wickets. Their fifth victory came against Nepal as they won their match by 10 wickets.