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    PTV Sports to broadcast Pakistan vs South Africa 3rd ODI Live Streaming Online on 17th March 2013. Pakistan vs South Africa 3rd one day live match 17-03-2013. Live Scorecard of PAK vs SA 3rd Match Live Streaming Online. Watch Pakistan vs South Africa Live Cricket Streaming 3rd Match on 010 PM on 17/03/2013 at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg. Pak v Sa match live streaming third match 2013.

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    Captain Misbah-ul-Haq scored an unbeaten half century and Mohammad Irfan took a career-best 4-33 as Pakistan beat South Africa by six wickets in the second one-day international on Friday to level the five-match series 1-1.


    The 2.16-meter (7-foot-1) paceman Irfan mopped up the top order to bowl out South Africa for 191 in 43.2 overs with rain stopping play for nearly 2 1/2 hours and the match reduced to 44 overs a side.


    Misbah then led from the front with a gritty 57 not out and Shoaib Malik hit an enterprising 35 off 38 balls to guide Pakistan to 192-4 in 39.2 overs.


    Pakistan, whitewashed 3-0 in the test series, lost the first ODI by 125 runs. The third match will be at Johannesburg on Sunday.


    Misbah made sure Pakistan batting did not crumble while chasing a modest target at SuperSport Park where Pakistan also won the Twenty20 match.


    "It is really satisfying for us, the batsmen are getting the confidence back," Misbah said. "Picking Irfan was an attacking move, he gave us a big advantage. There were a few spots in the pitch where the ball was stopping and kicking, there was a bit of variable bounce, it was not easy to bat on."


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    The captain hit three fours and three sixes in his 75-ball knock and added 77 runs for the unbroken match-winning, fourth-wicket stand with former skipper Malik.


    Malik was more enterprising as he hit left-arm fast bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe for three boundaries in one over in his knock off 38 balls.


    South Africa had a glimmer of hope when it reduced Pakistan to 69-3 in the 15th over before Misbah and Younis Khan (32) ensured there were no hiccups with a 46-run third-wicket partnership.


    Younis gave left-arm spinner Robin Peterson (2-52) his second wicket, but Malik and Misbah batted with authority and guided Pakistan home with more than four overs to spare.


    Earlier, Irfan troubled batsmen with his extra bounce and removed Hashim Amla (17) and first ODI century-maker Colin Ingram off successive deliveries before getting rid of Graeme Smith (10) and Faf du Plessis (17) to leave South Africa reeling at 62-5 in 11 overs.


    Farhaan Behardien (58) scored a fighting maiden half century and holed out in the deep a ball before the thunderstorm forced the players off the field in the 39th over. Robin Peterson (44) added 67 with Behardien before he was the last man to be dismissed in the 44th over.


    Pakistan's decision to include a third paceman in place of a batsman paid off as South Africa captain AB de Villiers won the toss and elected to bat first.


    Irfan extracted lot of bounce from the pitch and found the edges of Amla's and Ingram's bats in his third over. Ingram was adjudged caught behind by television umpire Kumar Dharmasena despite inconclusive replays of hot spot.


    De Villiers also misjudged the extra bounce of Junaid Khan and was caught in the slips while attempting to leave a short-pitched delivery off the left-arm paceman.


    Irfan bowled a lengthy opening spell of seven overs and further dented South Africa with Smith getting a faint edge, and du Plessis was brilliantly caught and bowled by the diving fast bowler with his left hand.


    "Disappointing performance, Pakistan took the initiative early on. We fought back nicely, got a decent target towards the end," De Villiers said.


    "It's still a big series (and) we are mature enough to know exactly where we went wrong. Come Sunday, we'll come back fighting again. Hopefully, there'll be pace and bounce in Johannesburg."


    Behardien repaired the innings with partnerships of 44 with Ryan McLaren (17) and another 67 off 108 balls with Robin Peterson.


    Beherdien's dismissal and the immediate thunderstorm robbed the South Africans of momentum.


    The home team was 177-7 in 38.4 overs when the rain started, and Pakistan did well to allow only 14 more runs when play resumed.


    Offspinner Saeed Ajmal took a tidy 2-23, Khan 2-29, and Mohammad Hafeez 2-35.

    Pakistan bowling restricted South Africa and then chased the target of 191 in under 40 overs.

    # Pakistan have won four and lost four out of eight games played at Centurion in ODIs. They have won two and lost two out of four ODIs played against South Africa at this venue.

    # Mohammad Irfan (4/33) has produced his best ever bowling performance in ODIs, surpassing the 2 for 28 against India at Delhi on January 6, 2013.

    # Irfan's excellent figures are the best by a Pakistani bowler at Centurion, surpassing the 3 for 46 by Aamer Sohail against Sri Lanka on December 4, 1994.

    # Irfan has received his first Man of the Match award in ODIs.

    # Colin Ingram has registered his first duck in ODIs.

    # Farhaan Behardien (58) has registered his first fifty in ODIs, eclipsing the 34 not out against Pakistan at Bloemfontein on March 10, 2013.

    # Jacques Kallis is the only South African batsman to record two fifties against Pakistan at SuperSport Park, Centurion. His unbeaten 88 of 85 balls on February 4, 2007 is the highest individual innings against Pakistan at this venue.

    # Robin Peterson (44) has posted a career-best, eclipsing the 36 against the West Indies at Centurion on February 1, 2004.

    # Farhaan Behardien and Peterson were involved in a stand of 67 - South Africa's second highest for the seventyh wicket against Pakistan, next only to the 99 between Shaun Pollock and Jonty Rhodes at Durban on December 8, 2002.

    # The aforesaid partnership is South Africa's highest for the seventh wicket against any opponent at Centurion in ODIs.

    # Misbah-ul-Haq (57 not out) has posted his first fifty against South Africa - his 21st in ODIs.

    # Misbah has completed his 1000 runs as captain in ODIs - his aggregate being 1028 at an average of 42.83 in 36 matches, including six fifties.

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    Pak vs Sa 3rd Odi Live

    Pakistan defeated South Africa by six wickets in the 2nd ODI and level the five-game series 1-1. Irfan played a key role in the success after he send the four top order batsmen of the Proteas to the pavilion, helping the green shirts to restrict their opponents to a low total of 192 runs. Pakistan Captain Misbahul Haq scored unbeaten 57 off 75 balls to lead from the front.

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