Rilee Rossouw fell for six runs © Getty Images
Rilee Rossouw fell for six runs © Getty Images

Pakistan are in control as South Africa have slipped to 74 for four after 12.2 overs, chasing a paltry total of 232 in their ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match at the Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES AND COMMENTARY: Pakistan vs South Africa in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Rilee Rossouw was the fourth man to be dismissed, as the left-handed batsman gave a simple catch to Sohail Khan at third man off Wahab Riaz. The left-handed batsman did not look at ease throughout the crease and his wicket at crucial junction increased the pressure on South Africa. LIVE CRICKET BALL-BY-BALL COMMENTARY AND SCORE UPDATES: Pakistan vs South Africa in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

David Miller has joined AB de Villiers in the middle as South Africa look to revive after losing three men — Hashim Amla, Faf du Plessis and Rilee Rossouw — in quick succession and they need another 158 runs to win. Rossouw faced nine balls and hit one boundary to score six runs.  Pakistan vs South Africa: Quinton de Kock dismissed early by Mohammad Irfan

Earlier, Misbah-ul-Haq‘s half-century and Sarfraz Ahmed‘s rapid 49 were the only bright spots as Pakistan were bowled out for 222 in 46.4 overs against South Africa, in their ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match at the Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday. South Africa will be chasing 232 as per the revised target according to the Duckworth-Lewis method.  South Africa were very impressive with Dale Steyn taking three wickets and Kyle Abbott and Morne Morkel taking two wickets each.

 

 

Pakistan are in control as South Africa have slipped to 74 for four after 12.2 overs, chasing a paltry total of 232