Last Updated on August 26, 2021 by Umar Khan
Pakistan and South Africa are full members of the International Cricket Council. South Africa, as well as Pakistan, have a very high reputation. Pakistan has the ICC T20 World Cup title once, and South Africa is still searching for its first World Twenty2o title. In Pakistan vs South Africa head to head to encounters, the Pakistan team has a clear lead of 3-1. But there is no match in the group stage according to the new schedule announced by the ICC
ICC T20 World Cup 2009- Pakistan and South Africa Head To Head
In the 2007 T20 World Cup, both the teams couldn’t match up with each other. They met for the first time in the T20 World Cup 2009 Edition. Oh boy! What a big stage for the first meetup, the Semi-Final of the second World T20. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. In their 20 allotted 20 overs, Pakistan set a target of 149 runs. Shahid Khan Afridi scored made 54 runs facing 34 deliveries. JP Duminy was the pick of the bowlers from South Africa who took 1 wicket for 14 runs in his 2 overs quota.
Chasing a tricky total in a Semi-Final is always challenging. In reply, South fell short just seven runs. They were cruising along when J. Kallis was on the crease. He made 64 runs consuming 54 balls. Unfortunately, he couldn’t resist till the end and Pakistan won the match by 7 Runs. Shahid Afridi bowled four took 2 for 16. He was the Player of the Match.
Detail Pakistan South Africa
Score 149/4 142/7
Batting Performance Afridi 54(34) J.Kallis 64(54)
Bowling Performance Afridi 2/16(4) JP.Duminy 1/14(2)
Player of The Match Shahid Khan Afridi
ICC T20 World Cup 2010- Head To Head Record Pakistan vs. South Africa
Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. In their allotted 20 overs, Team Pakistan managed to score 148 runs. Umar Akmal was the star of the Pakistani batting lineup. He scored 51 runs consuming 33 balls. C. Langeveldlt took four wickets for 19 runs in his 4 overs.
Again South African team could not hold their nerves in the last moments of the game. They managed to score 137 for the loss of 7 wickets. AB Devilliers showed his class in the match. He scored 53 runs for 41 balls but didn’t able to get his team over the line. The pick of the bowler from the Pakistan side was Saeed Ajmal, who took 4 wickets in his four overs, conceding 26 runs.
Toss Pakistan and Elected to Bat
Details Pakistan South Africa
Score 148/7 132/7
B.Batting U.Akmal 51(33) AB Devilliers 53(41)
B.Bowling S.Ajmal 4/26 C.Langevedlt 4/19
The Player of the Match was Umar Akmal
T20 World Cup 2012 Pak vs. SA Head To Head
South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first. The team was restricted to 133 runs losing six wickets in the process. The top scorer of the lineup was JP Duminy. He scored 28 runs facing 38 balls. Muhammad Hafeez took two wickets for 23 runs.
In reply, Pakistan lost seven wickets for 76 runs. No one could think that Pakistan could win this match from here, but Umar Gul’s belligerent batting stole the game from South Africa jaws. The top scorer from Pakistan was Umar Akmal, who scored 43 runs for 41 balls. D.Steyn took 3 wickets for 22 runs. Pakistan won the match by 2 wickets.
Toss South Africa and Bat First
Details South Africa Pakistan
Score 133/6 136/8
B.Batting Duminy48(38) U.Akmal 43(41)
B.Bowling D.Steyn 3/22 M.Hafeez 2/23
Pak vs SA Head To Head T20 World Cup 2014
Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first but the whole team managed to place a very low total on the board. South Africa bowled exceptionally well and restricted Pakistan to a very low score 71. Umar Akmal again the top scorer for Pakistan. W.Parnell took 2/2 in 1.3 overs.
South Africa chased the target in 14 overs for the loss of 2 wickets. Shahid Afridi was the pick of the bowlers from the Pakistan team. He took one wicket giving 8 runs in his 3 overs. Hashim Amla was the top scorer for South Africa in this match. He scored 24 runs
Toss Pakistan and elected to bat first
Detail Pakistan South Africa
Score 71/10 72/2 (14)
B.Batting U.Akmal 17(24) H.Amla 24(20)
B.Bowling Afridi 1/8(3) Parnell 2/2(1.3)