Mohammad Hafeez helps take Pakistan to 195-7

Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed on September 21, 2012
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Mohammad Hafeez's impressive haul of 86 runs puts Pakistan 195-7 in their innings in the second Twenty20 international against South Africa.

Pakistan have ended their innings on 195-7 in the second Twenty20 international against South Africa in Centurion.

Despite the loss of Nasir Jamshed in the fourth over, Pakistan started very well, with Ahmed Shehzad putting on 83 runs for second wicket with Mohammad Hafeez.

Ahmed Shehzad made a total of 46 runs off 25 balls with six boundaries and two sixes, while Hafeez was dismissed in the 17th over with 86 off 51 as South Africa bounced back in the last four overs, claiming four wickets for 25.

Rory Kleinveldt had the best return for South Africa, taking two for 27, while Chris Morris also claimed two for 35.

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