Monday, 12 February 2007

South Africa smash Pakistan by 10 wickets.

South Africa 113-0 (Smith 56*, de Villiers 50*)Pollock 2-13, Kemp 2-9) beat Pakistan 107 all out (Inzamam 45*, Pollock 2-13) by 10 wickets
Shaun Pollock, supported by an assembly line of bristling seamers, set Pakistan up for the kill, before South Africa's openers finished it with a lack of mercy that Jack the Ripper would've shivered at. Pakistan were trounced, ultimately, by ten wickets with 36 overs to spare at Cape Town, South Africa taking a 2-1 series lead with one match left to play.

As with the series opening result at Centurion, numbers couldn't fully convey the carnage. In the end, as Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers rained down a glut of boundaries, it seemed as if the Twenty20 game that started this series with the same result and manner was being replayed.

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