The jubilant captain of Pakistan, Misbah-ul-Haq, was pleased with the performance of his team, who beat South Africa in the second ODI and subsequently won the series.
The debutants, Bilawal Bhatti along with Anwar Ali, lifted the visiting Green Caps in batting, bowling and won the opening match vs. South Africa.
The Green shirts finally won a game after six consecutive defeats from the Proteas who lost a close encounter in the second Twenty20 at Cape Town.
The lady luck kept away from the visiting Green Shirts who were chasing nicely but lost the rain affected first Twenty20 against the Proteas at Johannesburg.
The skipper of the Proteas, AB de Villiers, led his side from the front with a ton and their bowlers humiliated the Pakistani batsmen again in the final ODI.
The perishable batting line up of Pakistan continued with its unpredictable performance and surrendered against the deadly bowling attack of the Proteas.
The Pakistani bowling unit brought their team back in the series by folding cheaply the strong batting line of South Africa as the hosts won the game easily.
South Africa won the 2nd Test against Pakistan comfortably on the fourth day besides the resistance for the fifth wicket between Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq.
Khurram Manzoor plundered his maiden Test ton, the debutant Shan Masood dispatched fifty and shared a valuable opening partnership as Pakistan ruled the day.
A sterling unbeaten hundred from the run machine of South Africa, Hashim Amla, guided his team to a reasonable position in the opening Test against Pakistan.