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South Africa struggles to 228-9 against Pakistan

 South Africa's Colin Ingram walks off the field after being caught out by Pakistan during their third one day international cricket match in Dubai, U...
 Pakistan's wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider celebrates after Mohammad Hafeez, unseen, bowled out South Africa's David Miller during their third one day...

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South Africa's Colin Ingram walks off the field after being caught out by Pakistan during their third one day international cricket match in Dubai, U...

Emirates Pakistan South Africa Cricket

Pakistan's wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider celebrates after Mohammad Hafeez, unseen, bowled out South Africa's David Miller during their third one day...

South Africa opener Hashim Amla scored an unbeaten 119 off 126 balls to lead his side to 228-9 against Pakistan in the third one-day international at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Tuesday.
Amla was the only reason South Africa put a respectable score. The next highest was 26 from JP Duminy.
Pakistan gave a disciplined performance after winning the toss and electing to field.
Shoaib Akhtar took two early wickets and finished with 3-39, and spinners Shahid Afridi and Mohammad Hafeez provided key support in the middle overs and two wickets each.
Abdul Razzaq, the hero of second one-dayer, left the field injured after bowling five overs.
The five-game series is tied at 1.