South Africa beat Pakistan by 124 runs after bowling the tourists out for 190 in the first one-day international in Bloemfontein.
South Africa have registered a 124-run victory over Pakistan in the first one-day international between the two sides in Bloemfontein.
Colin Ingram led the charge for South Africa, hitting a century as the home side posted a total of 314 runs.
AB de Villiers secured a half-century, while Hashim Amla just missed out, losing his wicket for 47 runs.
The tourists started their innings with the bat strongly, but they could not match the Proteas' run-rate.
Misbah-ul-Haq topscored with 38, while Shahid Afridi and Younis Khan were also in the 30s.
South Africa's bowlers ensured that Pakistan were unable to build big partnerships, with Rory Kleinveldt leading the attack with four wickets for 22 runs.
Pakistan were bowled out for 190 runs with over 13 overs to spare.
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