Cape Community (South Africa) – Andile Phehlukwayo, seen here celebrating the wicket of Hasan Ali, defended 15 runs in the final over against Pakistan on Sunday.
- Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePixJOHANNESBURG – David Miller didn’t need to score 65 runs off 29 balls with four fours and five sixes in a T20 International – 28 of those runs came in one over off Usman Shinwari, with an extra run from a no-ball too – to prove that he was worthy of a World Cup place.
- This match might not hold similar status as World Cup game, but there was a series on the line against what is currently the best T20 International team, and Miller delivered again as the Proteas scored 188/3 in their 20 overs.
- #KFCT20 #ProteaFire #SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/bCRDom7Lcm — Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) February 3, 2019As did Chris Morris and Andile Phehlukwayo later with the ball.
- Talat scored 55 off 41 balls, but he used up valuable deliveries at a key point in the second half of the Pakistan chase, which put enormous pressure on Babar.
- #SAvPAK #KFCT20 #ProteaFire pic.