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Posted by MunafAhmed811 on (February 8, 2013, 17:50 GMT)

@wakaPAK : sure it did not end in 3 days...........Graeme Smith wanted to bat so he could try to get to his 100 in his 100th test otherwise 2.5 days were enough to slaughter Pakistani batting second time ...would have have score 149 at most instead of 49 in second innings

Posted by Smack-DAT on (February 7, 2013, 14:57 GMT)

@PakoP: You really have a very short memory,ok let me help you,please check this.. http://www.espncricinfo.com/south-africa-v-pakistan-2013/engine/match/567363.html

Posted by   on (February 7, 2013, 12:51 GMT)

ahahahahaha nice one, Satish!

Posted by wakaPAK on (February 7, 2013, 2:26 GMT)

It didn't end in 'almost' 3 days, they took it to day 4, give them credit for that..

Posted by PakoP on (February 6, 2013, 19:28 GMT)

this CARTOON do not make sense ... !!!

Posted by fan_of_good_cricket on (February 6, 2013, 15:14 GMT)

Yeah. Some fight, and that's it. The second and third test might go into fifth day but the outcome will remain the same.

Posted by Demone on (February 6, 2013, 15:07 GMT)

Pakistan should test Abdur Rehman insteed of Saeed Ajmal in next practice match against Western Province Invitation XI, he is really thinking bowler.

Posted by adnan_rifat84 on (February 6, 2013, 13:57 GMT)

I agree with you Demone because i notice Steyn and Philander are only bowling in line and length and doing out swing balls they can't swing ball inside, and as after seeing there 2nd innings efforts i am sure Pakistan gonna show some fight.

Posted by Demone on (February 6, 2013, 11:02 GMT)

Pakistan need left hand betters to disturb SA bowling. am i right?

Posted by naansari on (February 6, 2013, 8:48 GMT)

Poor Pakistan....will need some great effort from the batsmen to perform well against SA bowlers especially Dale Steyn.

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