South Africa beat Pakistan by six wickets in the second T20 International of four match series to level series 1-1 in Johannesburg on Monday.
Pakistan set 141-run target for South Africa in the second T20 International after Babar Azam won the toss and opted to bat first.
Pakistan reached a measly 140 for 9, courtesy Babar Azam's 50 off 50 balls and Mohammad Hafeez's 32 off 23. However, the rest of the batting lineup failed to score many runs.
In response, South Africa chased the whole score in 14 overs with the lose of 4 wickets and level the series by 1-1.
Earlier, Pakistan pulled off a 4-wicket victory against South Africa in the first T20 International at Johannesburg stadium. Opener Muhammad Rizwan top scored for Pakistan with 74 runs off 50 deliveries.
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