Sports Desk: Pakistan's team has won the three-match ODI series against South Africa 2–1. Pakistan won the match by 28 runs thanks to the century innings of opener Fakhar Zaman in the last ODI of the series. In this match, 5 main players of South Africa team were not playing. This is why former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has raised questions on the South Africa Cricket Board.
Shahid Afridi tweeted that it was surprising to see that the South Africa Cricket Board allowed the players to go on to play the IPL during the series itself. It feels very bad to see that the T20 leagues are affecting the international. This requires re-thinking.
The 3-match ODI series between South Africa and Pakistan was on par with 1-1 when the 5 main players of the team left the series in the middle and left for India. These players include fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada, Quinton Dickock, Enrique Nortje, David Miller and Lungi Ngidi. Due to the absence of these players in the team. Africa's team weakened and lost the series 2–1 against Pakistan.
At the same time, in this series of 3 matches, Pakistan batsmen showed a great game. In the first match, where Pakistan team captain Babar Azam scored a century, the team won. In the second match, opener Fakhar Zaman played a big innings of 193 but could not win the team. But in the last match of the series, Fakhar's bat scored once more and he gave his team the victory. In the series, Fakhar has scored more than an average of 100 with Zaman's bat.