The perishable batting line up of Pakistan continued with its unpredictable performance and surrendered against the deadly bowling attack of the Proteas.
A scintillating knock from the Sri Lankan opener, Tillakaratne Dilshan, led his side to a rousing win against the strong looking South Africa in the 3rd T20.
Luck favoured the South Africans after the match was tied due to rain and the West Indians were thrown out of the tournament in their last pool match.
Jean-Paul Duminy blasted a ton against Netherlands and shared an unbeaten 152 runs partnership with Faf du Plessis as South Africa clinched the match easily.
AB de Villiers led from the front along with Hashim Amla as both powered tons with a historic third wicket partnership of 238 runs and won the game vs. Pakistan.
An all round performance by Mohammad Hafeez, assisted by a lethal bowling spell from the speedster, Umar Gul, led the visitors to a big win vs. South Africa.
The master off spinner, Saeed Ajmal, made life difficult for the South African batsmen and ripped off their top order batting after Pakistan scored enough runs.
The lethal and controlled bowling from Pakistan restricted the strong batting line up of South Africa within limits and took charge of the match on day one.
The determined Black Caps dismissed the strong South Africans cheaply and the New Zealand batsmen kept on fighting until they clinched an important victory.
The bleak form of the New Zealand batsmen continued in the second Test vs. South Africa when they lost a consistent match by a huge margin of over an innings.