Durban: Umpires called off the second one-day international between South Africa and England in Durban on Friday after multiple rain delays.
South Africa keeps a 1-0 lead in the series with one more game to play in Johannesburg on Sunday.
After the toss was delayed for nearly two hours, England put South Africa in to bat at Kingsmead.
South Africa was 71-2 when the rain ended it. Captain Quinton de Kock (11) and Temba Bavuma (21) were the batsmen who were out. De Kock was bowled by Joe Root and Bavuma was lbw to Chris Jordan.
The game had been reduced to a 45-overs-per-side game at the start and then a 26-over game before eventually being abandoned.
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According to an ICC media release, match referee Andy Pycroft imposed the sanction after Heinrich Klaasen's side was ruled to be one over short of the target after time allowances were taken into consideration.
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Rizwan made an unbeaten 74 as Pakistan chased down a target of 189 with one ball to spare. Their previous highest T20 chase was 188 against Australia in Harare in 2018.