South Africa cruised on some superb performances with bat and ball to overpower Pakistan in the fourth match of the bi-lateral series. With just one match left, SA maintain their record of having never lost a bilateral contest with Pakistan.
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South Africa won the toss and chose to bat - a decision which was proven correct by opener Quinton de Kock who slammed his maiden century.
What could have been early signs of a South Africa collapse though hardly came to the surface as AB de Villiers (30 off 40) gave de Kock good support to help the team reach 266.
Another player who contributed well was Hashim Amla who hit 46 off 50 at the top before falling to Hafeez.
Pakistan's dreams of a win and saving the series came undone largely due to the heroics of Dale Steyn.
Steyn broke the core of the innings and his career-best figures of 5/25 ensured a win for his side as Pakistan folded on 238, 28 runs short of the target.
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