Pakistan beat South Africa in first Test
South Africa's Faf du Plessis (right) bats during the fourth day of their first Test at the Sheikh Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi, on October 17, 2013
South Africa were bowled out for 232 in their second innings after conceding a big 193-run lead in the first. AB de Villiers top-scored with 90 in an innings rocked by Pakistani bowlers Saeed Ajmal (4-74) and Junaid Khan (3-57).
Pakistan achieved the 40-run target after losing three early wickets for just seven runs.
The second and final Test starts in Dubai from October 23.
Brief scores: South Africa 249 and 232; Pakistan 442 and 45-3