New Delhi: In the second ODI of the series contested in Johannesburg between South Africa and Pakistan (SA vs PAK), a great controversy erupted over the run-out of Pakistani drummer Fakhar Zaman. South African wicket keeper Quinton de Kock faked a feck and knocked out Pakistani batsman Fakhar Zaman.
Miandad blasted Fakhar Zaman
This race praised Pakistan, as Fakhar Zaman missed his second double century in ODI, and Pakistan lost the match by 17 points. Following the exit of Fakhar Zaman, questions were raised about the playing spirit of South African goalkeeper Quinton de Kock, but Javed Miandad on the other hand attributed Fakhar Zaman to the exit.
‘I love the ticket office like a sweetheart’
Miandad said, “You should love your wicket as much as your sweetheart. If that happens, you can’t escape like this. You can’t ignore the ball. Miandad added: “ We used to do that too, it would have shown that I was throwing the ball to the striker’s end, but actually I used to throwing the non-end. striker, so that the opposing team’s batsman was out. . It should be considered smart.
Dickock distracts Fakhar
Fakhar Zaman quickly completed the first inning, playing a shot on the first ball of Pakistan’s final inning. When he ran for a second run, South African goalkeeper Quinton de Kock pointed at Non-Strucker Ind, distracting Fakhar. In such a moment, Aiden Markram had hit the ball over the wicket. Fakhar was sacked after scoring 193 points.
Missed the second double century
Due to the intelligence of Quinton de Kock, Fakhar missed his second double century. Fakhar previously played a brilliant 210-point set against Zimbabwe in 2018. Had Fakhar completed his second double century, he would have become the second player to do so after Rohit Sharma. Rohit has 3 double centuries in ODI cricket.