SAfrica wins last test for 3-0 series sweep over Pakistan

Pakistan's Sarfraz Ahmed bowled out for 0 on day four of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers Stadium in Johann

Pakistan's Sarfraz Ahmed bowled out for 0 on day four of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers Stadium in Johann

South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier, center, celebrates dismissing Pakistan's batsman Sarfraz Ahmed on day four of the third cricket test match betwe

South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier, center, celebrates dismissing Pakistan's batsman Sarfraz Ahmed on day four of the third cricket test match betwe

South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier, center left facing, celebrates dismissing Pakistan's batsman Sarfraz Ahmed on day four of the third cricket test

South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier, center left facing, celebrates dismissing Pakistan's batsman Sarfraz Ahmed on day four of the third cricket test

Pakistan's batsman Asad Shafiq, left, celebrates his fifty on day four of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers

Pakistan's batsman Asad Shafiq, left, celebrates his fifty on day four of the third cricket test match between South Africa and Pakistan at Wanderers

South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier celebrates bowling Pakistan's batsman Asad Shafiq on day four of the third cricket test match between South Afric

South Africa's bowler Duanne Olivier celebrates bowling Pakistan's batsman Asad Shafiq on day four of the third cricket test match between South Afric

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South Africa's quick bowlers ripped through Pakistan again before a run out sealed a 3-0 series whitewash with a 107-run victory in the final test on Monday.

The end came quickly for Pakistan on the fourth day at the Wanderers as the tourists crashed from 153-3 overnight to 273 all out and well short of the victory target of 381.

South Africa finished off Pakistan before lunch, with paceman Duanne Olivier taking 3-74 in the final innings and a series-leading 24 wickets in the three matches. That was just one short the South African record of 25 wickets for a bowler in a three-test series.

Olivier was Pakistan's chief destroyer yet only played because Lungi Ngidi was ruled out of the series with injury.

Pakistan No. 11 Mohammad Abbas was run out to end the test and the series, the first and only wicket out of 60 for South Africa in the series that didn't fall to one of its four fast bowlers.

Pakistan lost a second straight series while South Africa has won seven consecutive series at home and nine of its last 11.

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