South Africa won the 2nd Test against Pakistan comfortably on the fourth day besides the resistance for the fifth wicket between Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq.
The Proteas plundered five hundred plus runs in their first innings, removed four top order batsmen of Pakistan and foresee a clear win on the final day.
The spirited Indian side kept their unbeaten record in their group while bulldozing their arch rivals, Pakistan, easily by a mammoth margin of eight wickets.
Paul Stirling plundered a century and Kevin O’Brien nearly won the game for Ireland with his all round performance vs. Pakistan as the match was tied.
South Africa humiliated Pakistan by defeating them consecutively in the third Test with a combined team work as the visitors faced a whitewash in the series.
South Africa maintained their supremacy in Test cricket while beating Pakistan in an absorbing encounter on the fourth day of the second match at Cape Town.
Robin Peterson smashed his maiden Test fifty and spared South Africa a debacle against Pakistan which managed hundred plus lead in their 2nd innings.
The master off spinner, Saeed Ajmal, made life difficult for the South African batsmen and ripped off their top order batting after Pakistan scored enough runs.
The most senior batsman of Pakistan, Younis Khan, along with a junior, Asad Shafiq, brought prosperity to Pakistan after an early collapse vs. South Africa.
A career- best bowling by Dale Steyn and smart wicket keeping supported by a sizzling ton from AB de Villiers let down Pakistan as South Africa won the 1st Test.