Proteas pretty in pink

The South African cricket team was wearing a unique pink uniform in support of breast cancer awareness, while Pakistan’s players also wore pink ribbons on their chest. The unique Proteas jersey, designed by the team’s technical supplier Adidas, was unveiled on Thursday. PinkDrive is a breast cancer organisation. It powers South Africa’s first mobile PinkDrive Mammography Unit and PinkDrive Educational Unit, which operate throughout the country, spreading the message that “early detection saves lives”.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe is congratulated by teammates after the dismissal of Pakistan's Nasir Jamshed who was caught out by Hashim Amla during their third ODI match in Johannesburg. (Reuters)

AB de Villiers bats during the 3rd ODI match between South Africa and Pakistan, at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. (AFP)

Hashim Amla celebrates his century during their third ODI cricket match against Pakistan in Johannesburg. (Reuters)

AB de Villiers raises bat after reaching his century during their 3rd ODI match against Pakistan at Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg. (AP)

South Africa cricketer Faf du Plessis plays a shot during the 3rd ODI match between South Africa and Pakistan, at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. (AFP)

AB de Villiers plays a delivery from Pakistan's bowler Saeed Ajmal (unseen) during their 3rd ODI match at Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg. (AP)

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