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Friday, June 19, 2009

Pakistan Vs South Africa - Highlights of semi-final of T20 World Cup 2009

Pakistan won the match by 7 runs. Incredible, Pakistan have reached the finals of ICC World Twenty20 for the second time this year. They have defeated the unbeaten South African. Great performance proving the great achievement for them.

Pakistan Won the toss and elected to bat first in the Trent Bridge pitch.
Pakistan : 149-4(20.0 overs); Shahid Afridi 51 from 34
South Africa : 142-5 (20.0) overs : Jacque Kallis 64 from 54 ; Shahid Afridi 2-16

Watch the Video Highlights of Pakistan VS South Africa in T20 World Cup 2009 : 1st semi-final

You can get highlights in following sites:
1) ESPNstar's youtube channels - It is available in only few countries.

2) Directly from Click here to watch highlights

3)For those in Australia - Click here to watch highlights

4) For those in South Africa - Click here to watch highlights

5) For those in UK - click here to watch highlights

6) from Click Here to Watch the Video.


  1. Great performance this by Pakistan... They were the underdogs and they were to do that!

  2. pakistan all the way

  3. It is happning like in World Cup 1992.
    They are coming back now like they had came in 1992.
    It is very hard to stop them now, they will win final also no dought about that.
    Whole the team is in form.

    Fawad (Fileding)

  4. its time now to interchange position of misbah n malik,,misbah if given chance in place of malik,,we can see a better result,,,,,,in the final we need atleast 150,batting first,,,somehow,,,then afridi n co!

  5. what about those who are living in Dubai how can they view full highlight i pissed to find that particular site where i can get full video...

  6. I think you can find full highlights on espnstar's site for Dubai also. Please check it out. Its the second link.

  7. pakistan team has potential to win the next t20 world cup

  8. marvellous performance


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