The perishable batting line up of Pakistan continued with its unpredictable performance and surrendered against the deadly bowling attack of the Proteas.
The Pakistani bowling unit brought their team back in the series by folding cheaply the strong batting line of South Africa as the hosts won the game easily.
Khurram Manzoor plundered his maiden Test ton, the debutant Shan Masood dispatched fifty and shared a valuable opening partnership as Pakistan ruled the day.
A sterling unbeaten hundred from the run machine of South Africa, Hashim Amla, guided his team to a reasonable position in the opening Test against Pakistan.
The Pakistani squad under the inspiring leadership of Misbah-ul-Haq degraded the mighty West Indies at their home grounds with a huge margin of 3-1 in 5 ODIs.
The top order batting of Pakistan clicked for the first time during the series and that resulted in an easy win against the hosts, West Indies, at St Lucia.
Shahid Afridi blasted a dazzling fifty followed by seven important wickets in his comeback game vs. West Indies as Pakistan won the one sided encounter easily.
The perishable batting of Pakistan surrendered against the quality bowling of West Indies as the latter won an absorbing low scoring game easily in the end.
Younis Khan dropped AB de Villiers at just one run and the South African skipper responded with a match winning innings in the fifth and final ODI vs. Pakistan.
Misbah-ul-Haq and Imran Farhat sailed the ship of Pakistan towards a win as their bowlers restricted South Africa to a reasonable score while bowling first.