PAK vs SA: Faheem Ashraf took extraordinary capture of Aiden Markram, video went viral | PAK vs SA: This PAK player caught a surprising grip while flying through the air, you will also be surprised to see

New Delhi: Players are often seen catching spectacular catches in the cricket field. Such an excellent sight was seen in the first ODI game played between Pakistan and South Africa (PAK vs SA). In this match, Pakistani player Faheem Ashraf caught a magnificent capture from South African batsman Aiden Markram.

The drummer was surprised

This take of Faheem Ashraf was so spectacular that the drummer who came out was surprised by Aiden Markram. In fact, Shaheen Afridi came to bowling in the 7th. Then Markram hit one of his balls. Faheem Ashraf, standing halfway through, grabbed this hold while flying through the air and made a spectacular dive. Markram played 19 balls in his innings and scored 19 points. The special thing was that Markram was in good shape this round and he had hit 3 fours and a six in his short innings.

Faheem Ashraf wins superb forward dive #PAKvSA pic.twitter.com/QEKFjv8Ssg

– Bilal Zafar (@_Bilalzafar) April 2, 2021

South Africa struggling in the first ODI

In the first ODI against South Africa and Pakistan (PAK vs SA), it seems difficult. In this match, Pakistan won the draw and decided to go first. Pakistan’s decision was absolutely correct and they abandoned South Africa’s top 4 wickets for just 55 races. However, after that, Wayne der Dussen and David Miller managed their team a bit. Miller was also later sacked after playing a 50-point inning.

Let us know that on the South Africa tour the Pakistani squad are scheduled to play 3 ODIs and 4 T20 internationals. The second game of the ODI series will be played on April 4, while the last will be played on April 7. At the same time, the T20 series will start from April 10. While the last game of this tour will be played on April 16. It is only after completing this tour that the South African players will join India for the next IPL season.

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