Pakistan got a last-ball triumph over South Africa to win the first day worldwide by three wickets.
Skipper Babar Azam set the establishment for the guests’ triumph with 103 off 104 balls and Imam ul-Haq added 70 as Pakistan posted 274-7 in answer to South Africa’s 273-6.
Three speedy wickets for Anrich Nortje fixed Pakistan back as their pursuit staggered to 203-5 preceding Mohamed Rizwan and Shadab Khan set them back in the driver’s seat.
They required three runs from the last done with Faheem Ashraf scoring a solitary off a wide conveyance for the success.
Prior Rassie van der Dussen scored his lady ton for the Proteas, completing unbeaten on 123 at Supersport Park, Centurion.
The following match in the three-game arrangement is in Johannesburg on Sunday.