Sarfraz and co get whitewashed by South Africa
JOHANNESBURG, (DNA) – Pakistan on Monday lost the third and final Test to South Africa at Johannesburg by 107 runs to suffer the ignominy of being whitewashed by the home side.
In pursuit of their 381-run target, the Sarfraz Ahmed-led side mustered 273 runs in the final innings of the match.
Chasing a target of 381 runs, Pakistan were dismissed for 273 runs with middle-order batsman Asad Shafiq top-scoring with 65 runs.
Kagiso Rabada and Duanne Olivier claimed three wickets each for the home side.
Attention will now shift to a five-match ODI series, which gets underway at St Georges Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
The Proteas won the Test series 3-0.
Scores in brief:
South Africa 262 (Markram 90, De Bruyn 49, Faheem 3/57) and 303 (De Kock 129, Amla 71, Shadab 3/41)
Pakistan 185 (Sarfraz 50, Babar 49, Olivier 5/51) and 273(Shafiq 65, Olivier 3/74, Rabada 3/75)
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