This South African player caught a spectacular catch, PAK batsman was also shocked, see VIDEO

The second match of the Test series between Pakistan and South Africa is being played in Rawalpindi. Pakistan team started to bat first after winning the toss and it was very bad. He had lost three wickets for 22 runs. South Africa’s tight bowling and excellent fielding did not allow Pakistan’s batsmen to open their hands. South African fast bowler Enrich Nortje took another wicket by another spinner Keshav Maharaj. After the first wicket fell for 1 run, Pakistan’s Abid Ali and Azhar Ali tried to handle the innings. It was only 21 runs on the scoreboard that Pakistan got the second blow in the form of Azhar Ali. In the very next over, Abid Ali also returned to the pavilion.

Abid Ali Norte was dismissed by Aidan Markrum off the ball. Aidan Markrum, who was filming at short leg, caught Abid Ali’s best catch. Not only the batsman but also the commentator sitt ing in the commentary box were surprised by his catch. There has been no change in the Pakistan team that won the first Test played in Karachi. Please tell that Pakistan team has not won any Test series against South Africa for 17 years. In such a situation, she would like to end the drought of victory by winning in Rawalpindi. After the Test series, both teams will play a three-match T20 series. The first match 11, second 13 and third T20 will be played on 14 February.



Pakistan defeated South Africa by seven wickets in the first Test played at the National Stadium, Karachi. The hosts are ahead of the two-match Test series 1-0. Babar Azam, who captained Pakistan for the first time in Tests, said that after the defeat in both the Tests against New Zealand in December and January, this victory was much needed.




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