All-rounder Mohammad Haris scored an unbeaten half-century, bringing Pakistan U19 into the seventh 50-0 draw at Sunday’s Chatsworth Cricket Oval in Durban with two wickets to defeat seven goals over South Africa U19 over seven wickets.
Pakistan U19 scored an 183-run goal and scored the victory in 38 overs with seven remaining wickets. Mohammad Haris hit eight fours and one six in his 55-ball 69 run unbeaten.
Haris added 82 runs for the third wicket with Basit Ali (56). Haider Ali (30) provided additional support.
Pakistani captain Rohail Nazir, who was later named player of the series, said: “I’m really glad we’ve been playing consistently good cricket in the past four weeks. Our team performed well in all sections of the game, and we completed the series without a hitch.
“I am pleased with my personal performance when I was named the best player in the series last month in Sri Lanka and now against South Africa.”
Previously, the U19 Americans of South Africa were dismissed after their first bats selection for 182 in 48 Overs. Bryce Parsons scored the most hits with 37 goals, 57 with four balls, while Khanya Cotani hit unbeaten with 36 of 61 balls and crossed four corners.
Mohammad Amir was the Pakistani U19 bowler with three points for 40, while Amir Ali and Mohammad Haris each had two wickets for 27 and 21 runs, respectively.
The Pakistani U19 had won the last six games with 50 victories in 17 runs, four wickets, six wickets, 88 runs, 116 runs and 60 runs.
The Pakistani U19 in Durban won over 50 times seven times with seven wins