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Unhappy Pakistan Lost the Both Test and One Day Series

Pakistan choke in sight of Victory
And lost the series 2-3
Pakistan 210 (Younis 58, Yousuf 53, Morkel 4-44, Ntini 4-61 ) lost to South Africa 233 for 9 (Kallis 86, Gibbs 54, Shoaib 4-43) by 14 runs

South Africa's fast bowlers engineered a dramatic comeback to help clinch the fifth ODI in Lahore by 14 runs, and with it, the five-match one-day series.
Pakistan lost their last six wickets for 20 runs as they suffered an inexplicable collapse from a comfortable 149 for 2 in the 29th over chasing 234. Albie Morkel took a career-best 4 for 44 as South Africa return home with triumphs in both the Test and one-day series.
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Pakistan were on course to a target of 234 despite Makhaya Ntini dismissing both the openers relatively early in the series decider in Lahore. Imran Nazir and Kamran Akmal set the tone with a couple of cameos before Younis Khan and Mohammad Yousuf strung together a 78-run stand.
Nazir ignited the chase with a stream of four fours but Ntini, the bowler at the receiving end, claimed revenge with a short-of-a-length ball that moved away and kissed the outside edge. Akmal also didn't take much time to hit the straps, driving fluently off both front and back foot, but an attempted pull off Ntini ricocheted off the bottom edge onto the stumps. They were rash shots to end promising innings and required the middle-order batsmen to stage some sort of recovery.
The experienced firm of Younis and Yousuf did just that. Younis improvised cheekily - moving across the stumps, walking down, and making room - and Yousuf controlled the innings with customary cool. Yousuf did receive a few lucky breaks: Shaun Pollock's sharp in-cutter had him in a knot when he hadn't yet scored, and a couple of close calls from Andre Nel could have gone either way.
Nel, whose first five overs cost only seven, was the most impressive bowler. He used his change of pace and seam movement to unsettle the batsmen. Albie Morkel's first two overs cost 20 and even Ntini's first spell, despite those two wickets, cost in excess of six per over.
50 overs South Africa 233 for 9 (Kallis 86, Gibbs 54, Shoaib 4-43) v Pakistan
A sparkling fifty from Herschelle Gibbs was followed by a ponderous one from Jacques Kallis as South Africa shovelled out 233 but Shoaib Akhtar's eventful return kept Pakistan in contention for the series decider in Lahore. Kallis' 130-ball 86 guided the innings but the late charge never came, especially with Shoaib mixing up dangerous pace with teasing slower ones.
Pakistan pulled it back after allowing Gibbs to race away early. The spinners applied the tourniquet in the middle overs before Shoaib returned to stifle the tail. The pitch was supposed to be an under-prepared one but provided everyone with a fair chance. How it holds up for the rest of the game would decide the course of the series.
It didn't take long for Shoaib, taking part in a one-day game for the first time in more than a year, to make an impact. His first ball rose sharply from a length and struck Gibbs on the glove before the third legal ball forced Graeme Smith to play on. Two no-balls added to the drama as Shoaib made sure that his return didn't
go unnoticed.

Kallis received a fiery welcome and nearly ended a poor one-day series with a catch to the wicketkeeper. Shoaib let rip a full one that drew him forward but Kamran Akmal muffed a waist-high chance that went straight to him. Shoaib, though, wasn't to be deterred: he returned to dismiss Mark Boucher with a sharp lifter and fox Albie Morkel with a slower one that dislodged his stumps. Kallis dug himself in from there, occupying the crease to find his groove: his first 73 runs included just three fours and it was only towards the end that he freed his arms. The 70 dots and 51 singles explains his struggle to get back into form. Akmal had another opportunity when Kallis was on 12 - a direct hit could have had Kallis napping at the non-striker's end - and what followed was painstaking graft: his first 73 runs included just three fours and it was only towards the end that he freed his arms.

In comparison, Gibbs and Jean-Paul Duminy expressed themselves. Once Smith fell early, Gibbs set it up with a free-flowing fifty. Gibbs made the most of Pakistan's indiscipline with the ball and whipped crisply off his pads. He targeted Sohail Tanvir's left-arm allsorts and sorted out Shahid Afridi's whippy straight ones too. An earlier visit to Lahore in the series had produced a century and he seemed to be headed for another special one. He couldn't carry on after reaching fifty, though, with Iftikhar Anjum flattening his middle stump with one that darted in quick on pitching.
Duminy was busy in his 64-ball stay, nudging it around and finding the gaps with ease. His skill against the spinners came in handy, especially with Abdur Rehman turning in a fine spell in the middle overs, a passage of play when Pakistan fought back into the contest. It could be the theme of the second innings as well with both sides fighting tooth and nail to gain the upper hand.

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