Photo Gallery: ICC World Cup 2019, Pakistan vs South Africa

Zee Media Bureau | Jun 24, 2019, 00:50 AM IST

Sarfraz Ahmed and Faf du Plessis

Pakistan and South Africa will face each other in their do-or-die clash of the 2019 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup clash at the Lord's in London on Sunday. Both the sides failed to emerge victorious in their previous clash of the mega event. While Pakistan slump to an 89-run defeat at the hands of arch-rivals India who emerged victorious by a margin of 89 runs, South Africa suffered a four-wicket defeat against New Zealand in their last clash of the tournament.





Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first against South Africa in their do-or-die International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup clash at the Lord's in London on Sunday. The Faf du Plessis-led side are going with an unchanged squad while Pakistan have brought in Haris Sohail and Shaheen Afridi in place of Shoaib Malik and Hasan Ali. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@TheRealPCB)


Pakistan off to solid start

Pakistan are off to a solid start as they reached 35 for the loss of no wickets after five overs against South Africa in their ICC World Cup 2019 clash. Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq were at 18 and 17, respectively after five overs. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@TheRealPCB)


Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq stitch 50-run stand

Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq have brought up a half-century stand for the opening wicket. The Pakistan duo reached the mark after Imam-ul-Haq drove the first delivery past mid-off for a straight four. This is the seventh 50-run stand between the duo. (Photo Courtesy: @TheRealPCB)


Imran Tahir strikes

Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman fell for 44 after being caught by Hashim Amla at slip on an Imran Tahir delivery in the 15th over.


A large of Pakistani fans have gathered at the Lord's to support their team during their do-or-die World Cup 2019 clash against South Africa. 


Imran Tahir removes Imam-ul-Haq

Imran Tahir celebrates after taking an excellent one-handed return catch to dismiss Imam-ul-Haq. With 39 wickets, he has now become South Africa's highest wicket-taker in World Cups.


Babar Azam slams 50

Pakistan opener Babar Azam brought up his second half-century of the World Cup 2019 off just 61 balls during clash against South Africa. 




Haris Sohail smashed a 59-ball 89 to help Pakistan post a huge total of 308 for seven in their World Cup 2019 clash against South Africa. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@TheRealPCB)


Mohammad Amir strikes

The Pakistan players celebrate after Mohammad Amir remove Hashim Amla for two in the second over of the South Africa innings. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@TheRealPCB)


Shadab Khan strikes

Pakistan bowler Shadab Khan celebrates after removing Quinton de Kock for 47. Imam-ul -Haq ran around from deep midwicket and dove to his left to take a low catch near the boundary in the 20th over.(Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@TheRealPCB)


Faf du Plessis brings up 50

South African skipper Faf du Plessis brought up his half-century off 66 balls during the Pakistan clash. It was his second half-century of 2019 World Cup and 34th in ODIs. 


Pakistan beat South Africa

 Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs to keep their semi-final hopes alive in the ICC World Cup 2019. (Photo Credits: Twitter/@TheRealPCB)

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