Pakistan surrender another match as South Africa beat the green shirts in the second Twenty20 international by six runs in Dubai on Friday.
It was another batting failure for Pakistan, who, chasing 151, were cruising along nicely at 101-3 in the 14th over before being restricted to 144-9 in their 20 overs.
Paceman Wayne Parnell took 3-25 while leg-spinner Imran Tahir claimed 2-21 and spearhead Dale Steyn finished with 2-20 to rock Pakistan who lost seven wickets in the space of 43 runs.
Sohaib Maqsood top-scored with 37 while Shahid Afridi (14) tried valiantly but failed in the end.
South Africa won the first match by nine wickets on Wednesday.
South Africa have won the series 2-0.
Both the teams will take on each other again next week when Pakistan to visit South Africa in a short tour to play ODI and T20 series.
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