About Sarfraz, Zaheer said: "I am the biggest support of skipper Sarfraz Ahmed, but I am surprised to see the captaincy of Sarfraz, which was toal failure".
South Africa is a strong contender for the title and most of the players of the team are in good touch and they will have an upper hand over relevantly less experienced Pakistani side.
Talat Ali Malik, the former Pakistan Test cricketer who is the team's manager for the Champions Trophy, mingled with journalists in the press box.
"Steve Rixon (the Pakistan fielding coach) was very happy today, we didn t field well the other day, today we were much better".
As flagged captain Sarfraz Ahmed ahead of the match, the Pakistan camp has dropped experienced opener Ahmed Shehzad for uncapped batsman Fakhar Zaman, while injured fast bowler Wahab Riaz has been replaced by fellow left-armer Junaid Khan.
Meanwhile, South Africa outclassed Sri Lanka by 96 runs in their opening match and it will be an uphill task for Pakistan to stop the Proteas juggernaut. They found Indian pacers too hot to handle and South Africa too have a potent pace battery.
Chasing a modest 220 to win, Pakistan were 119 for three in 27 overs when rain stopped play in the Group B match.
Hasan, as Imad had done, struck second ball when Faf du Plessis (26) played on.
Hasan then removed JP Duminy‚ who drove footlessly and edged to slip‚ and Wayne Parnell‚ whose off stump was set askew by an away swinger‚ with consecutive deliveries.
Pakistan then showed more steel to their batting, with Fakhar Zaman adding the early impetus on ODI debut before a 52-run stand between Babar Azam and Hafeez settled any nerves after the fall of two quick wickets.
Woakes took eight wickets in two Tests against Sri Lanka at an average of 18.75, but he really excelled in the four-Test series against Pakistan as he was the highest wicket-taker with 26 scalps as an average of 16.73.
Left-hander Miller twice drove Hafeez for sixes over long-on.