The strong batting line up of India once again crumbled against the deadly bowling of the Proteas in the second innings as the hosts won the 2nd Test easily.
Pakistan ruled almost all four days of the 1st Test while displaying strong batting, calculated bowling, reasonable fielding and won the game vs. South Africa.
Shakhar Dhawan blasted his maiden ODI ton and Rohit Sharma assisted him well while opening the innings as India went on to win the opener against South Africa.
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.
Misbah-ul-Haq and Imran Farhat sailed the ship of Pakistan towards a win as their bowlers restricted South Africa to a reasonable score while bowling first.
Mohammad Irfan tyrannized the strong batting of South Africa with his lethal fast bowling and Misbah-ul-Haq led well by his batting as Pakistan won the game.
South Africa maintained their supremacy in Test cricket while beating Pakistan in an absorbing encounter on the fourth day of the second match at Cape Town.
Robin Peterson smashed his maiden Test fifty and spared South Africa a debacle against Pakistan which managed hundred plus lead in their 2nd innings.
The lethal bowling from the South African bowlers continued in the 2nd Test when they grabbed six wickets of New Zealand cheaply after tons from three home batsmen.
A scintillating bowling supported by top class batting from Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla put the Proteas in a strong position against Australia in third Test.