Mohammad Rizwan top-scores with 74 | South Africa vs Pakistan | T20I Day One Highlights

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Mohammad Rizwan top-scored with 74 not out as Pakistan completed their highest T20I run chase of 189 to beat a heavily-depleted South Africa by four wickets in the first game of the four-match series.

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