South Africa packed away their second win in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 as they crushed Pakistan by six pursues in Mount Maunganui setting 223. Laura Wolvaardt and skipper Sune Luus struck half-centuries while Shabnim Ismail sacked three to guarantee Pakistan missed the mark in spite of mounting an extreme test.
Subsequent to picking to bowl, Fatima Sana struck in the third over while Diana Baig got a wicket in the eighth as South Africa were decreased to 21 for 2 after a sluggish beginning. That is when Luus and Wolvaardt worked together to return the innings on target with an association of 89 off 131 conveyances. The pair batted till the 30th over and took the side beyond 100 yet South Africa were hampered a touch with the commander taking on a go-slow methodology.
With the last 20 overs of the innings drawing closer, the onus was on Wolvaardt to get the risk. Notwithstanding, Ghulam Fatima struck to eliminate the opener for 75 off 91. Three balls later, she likewise gave Mignon du Preez a duck as South Africa slipped to 110 for 4. The issues were aggravated when Marizanne Kapp additionally neglected to get rolling and tumbled to Fatima to leave the side in a ton of trouble at 120 for 5.
And keeping in mind that Pakistan had made an awesome rebound, South Africa also had the option to mount one of their own. Chloe Tryon and Luus made 55 off 68 to assist the innings with getting pace before the previous was excused. Trisha Chetty and Luus then, at that point, rebuffed the Pakistan bowlers during their stand of 34 off 26 to guarantee South Africa had energy towards the finish of the innings.
Pakistan made a lively beginning yet were imprinted by a twofold wicket lady from Ismail. The pacer eliminated Sidra Ameen and Bismah Maroof to leave her adversaries 26 for 2 in the seventh over. Nahida Khan (40) and Omaima Sohail (65) kept the pursuit on target with a stand of 69 however bitten up 113 conveyances as the asking rate kept on mounting.
Sohail got her lady World Cup 50 years – her third in the arrangement – however Masabata Klaas, Kapp and Ayabonga Khaka handled a few punches to leave Pakistan battling at 162 for 6. Pakistan required 67 in the last ten overs yet the wickets implied the asking rate got away from their span regardless of Nida Dar’s assaulting show. Requiring 30 in the last three overs, Diana Baig crushed 10 off 5 to bring the condition down to 10 off the last finished. Be that as it may, Dar’s run out in the penultimate over implied Pakistan neglected to go too far.
Brief score : South Africa 223/9 in 50 overs (Laura Wolvaardt 75; Fatima Sana 3-43) beat Pakistan 217/10 in 49.5 overs (Omaima Sohail 65; Shabnim Ismail 3-41) by 6 runs.