SA VS Pak 3rd ODI Hasan Ali Smashes Consecutive 4 Sixes on JJ Smuts Over See Viral Video

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SA VS Pak 3rd ODI: Watch Hasan Ali’s storm in a minute video, hitting 4 sixes in 1 over

SA VS Pak 3rd ODI: The third ODI was played between South Africa and Pakistan. Whereas Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman, Pakistan beat South Africa by 28 runs thanks to the banging innings. Babar Azam scored 94 off 82 balls, while Fakhar Zaman scored a century of 101 off 104 balls. Apart from him, Hasan Ali was also seen. He finally scored 32 runs off 11 balls. The most special was his four sixes in one over. In JJ Smuts’ over, Hasan Ali hit four quick sixes and took Pakistan’s score to 300. Video is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

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In 48 overs, Pakistan had scored 277 runs, losing 6 wickets. Pakistan had to reach Pakistan’s score of 300 in the last two overs. Babar Azam and Hasan Ali rested at the crease. At this time Babar Azam was playing for 76 and Hasan Ali came new. Africa’s plan was that Babar Azam should be kept at maximum non-striker end. When he did this, there was a storm of Hassan Ali. The 49th over came to smash JJ. Hasan Ali hit four sixes in his over.

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Pakistan won the series 2–1, beating South Africa, playing in the absence of some top players, by 28 runs in the third and final one-day international cricket match here on Wednesday. Pakistan got a strong score of 320 runs for seven wickets after being invited to bat first. In response, South Africa were bowled out for 292 runs in 49.3 overs. For him, opener Janaman Malan (70), Kyle Verini (62) and Andile Felukwayo (54) scored half-centuries. For Pakistan, Mohammad Nawaz and Shaheen Shah Afridi took three wickets each.

Earlier, Fakhar Zaman, who was controversially run out on a personal total of 193 runs in the last match, scored 101 runs off 104 balls which included nine fours. He gave Pakistan a good start by adding 112 for the first wicket with Imam-ul-Haq (57) and 94 for the second wicket with Babar Azam (94 off 82 balls, seven fours, three sixes).

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