Pakistan in South Africa Test Series - 2nd Test

South Africa v Pakistan

South Africa won by 4 wickets

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150

10.30: Mohammad Hafeez and Nasir Jamshed walk out. Three slips in place

10.15am: So you got the main news below. Two changes for Pakistan. Teams updated above.

Firdose has this weather update: "We had a fair amount of overnight rain and it was quite cloudy early in but has cleared nicely. It's still quite cool especially the breeze, compared to the last few days which were scorching."

More debate on Rehman...

Vikram: "@Gareth: You are right, Rehman is really unlucky.Somewhere subcontinent teams are not willing to experiment when they tour abroad. England experimented when they toured india this time by playing Monty & Swanny together which payed huge dividends for them. I don't think Pakistan will have an issue in their bowling department if their batsmen provide a decent first innings score. Hafeez can play the role of second spinner & he can trouble batsmen."

James: "As a South African supporter, I'm really relieved to see that Rehman is not playing, once considered as second best spinner in the world behind Ajmal. I think Pak missed a trick here big time. No complaints though!"

Asad: "Why not Rehman?? Two offies on a dry pitch is not the most sensible decision for Pakistan. Rehman has troubled SA before. He can bat a bit as well. Very defensive approach by Misbah."

Salman is happier with the line-up: "Azhar Ali has an inning due, he isn't played from a long time. Younis also should show his class. Good decision to put Tanvir Ahmed in final XI, he can bat too. We are waiting to see the World's tallest cricketer Irfan."

Toss, 10am: Graeme Smith has won the toss and South Africa will bowl first. "I've played with many fantastic people who have helped me along the way, " says Smith, who's captaining South Africa in his 100th Test. South Africa are unchanged.

Misbah: "We would have batted first anyway. Junaid Khan and Rahat are injured. Tanvir Ahmed and Mohammad Irfan are playing. Our target is to lose less wickets in the first few hours."

How about not losing wickets at all? That should be the mindset.

Wayne: "Ok - I won't comment again! Smith obviously looking to inflict more pain on the fragile Pakistan psyche... Conditions tailor made for Vern.."

Gareth: "I'm surprised that Rehman isn't getting a go. He has been just as effective as Ajmal over the last 18 months, and those two together in the 4th Innings would be a handful!"

9.40am: Welcome everyone to the coverage of the second Test between South Africa and Pakistan at Newlands. Pakistan lost heavily at the Wanderers after an extraordinary collapse. We know they are a far better team than that. They would have learnt a lot from that defeat. The toss is on at 10.

Pitch: An even covering of grass, may not be as potent as the one at Wanderers. However the seamers will have some assistance early on. The captain winning the toss might want to bat first, provided his batsmen can see off the first hour.

0.1

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, not too much pace on that one, bit of away movement outside off and left alone

0.2

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, 130 kph, Hafeez gets an outside edge towards slip but he controlled that one

0.3

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, 128 kph, may not have been his quickest but mighty close to taking the outside edge, poked at it outside off

0.4

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, this one moved away from him a bit more and he's still uncertain of his off stump, living dangerously

0.5

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, 128 kph, gets some bat behind and he moves across to cover the swing, pushed to the off side

0.6

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, 130 kph, leaves him outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

End of over 1 (maiden) Pakistan 0/0
Mohammad Hafeez    0* (6b)      DW Steyn    1-1-0-0
Nasir Jamshed    0* (0b)     

1.1

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, 123 kph, comes forward and across and pushes at one that moves away from him

1.2

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this was on a good length on middle and off and he stays back and knocks it to the on side

Three slips and a gully in place

1.3

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this was fuller and Jamshed was well forward to defend it

1.4

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this was pitched a bit shorter and continued to move away from him, left alone

1.5

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, similar length, moving across the left-hander and he leaves it alone, Jamshed looking circumspect

1.6

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, 1 run, punches it with soft hands to the off side and sets off quickly, Pakistan are underway

Rawat: "Steyn's every ball has "Do not poke at me" written all over." You could poke him on Facebook maybe.

End of over 2 (1 run) Pakistan 1/0
Nasir Jamshed    1* (6b)      VD Philander    1-0-1-0
Mohammad Hafeez    0* (6b)      DW Steyn    1-1-0-0

2.1

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this was a touch wide outside off and he leaves it alone

2.2

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, drifts a bit on the pads and he tucks it to the on side

2.3

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, stayed right back at the crease to a length ball and defends down the track

2.4

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, that was a jaffa from over the wicket, pitched on middle and leg and left him outside the off stump, withdrew the shot

2.5

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, keeps it outside the off stump and he leaves it alone

2.6

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this came back in a touch from outside off and he leaves this alone as well

End of over 3 (maiden) Pakistan 1/0
Nasir Jamshed    1* (12b)      DW Steyn    2-2-0-0
Mohammad Hafeez    0* (6b)      VD Philander    1-0-1-0

3.1

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, punches it towards cover and sets off but Hafeez scampers back, too risky

3.2

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, he bowls this one fuller outside off and draws him forward, gets an outside edge down to gully

3.3

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, this was pitched a touch shorter and the ball comes back in a bit, doesn't offer a shot

3.4

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, a peach from Philander, Hafeez was playing forward and the ball left him and bounced a touch more and foxed him

3.5

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, this was a touch too wide outside off, he didn't offer a shot

3.6

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, keeps it outside off and he doesn't offer a shot again

Emad: "I know its easier said than done, but I feel the Pakistan batsmen should look to be aggressive this morning, even it it means taking a chance or two. They must not go into ultra-defensive mode out of apprehension and uncertainty - the SA bowlers will pick them off one by one."

End of over 4 (maiden) Pakistan 1/0
Mohammad Hafeez    0* (12b)      VD Philander    2-1-1-0
Nasir Jamshed    1* (12b)      DW Steyn    2-2-0-0

4.1

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, 2 runs, friendly length delivery on the pads and he works it away down to deep square leg for a couple

4.2

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, lands it on a good length outside off and he leaves it alone

4.3

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, drifts towards the pads and he works it down to square leg

4.4

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, lost control of that one, far too wide outside off and close to being called a wide

4.5

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, first signs of low bounce! This was on a fullish length outside off and Jamshed managed to block it off

4.6

Steyn to Nasir Jamshed, no run, good length outside off and moving away from him and he doesn't offer a shot

Saqib: "I disagree with the aggressive approach at this point. They need to survive the new ball for a while then they can be aggressive. Pakistan must put on a respectable score so that their bowlers have something to work with."

End of over 5 (2 runs) Pakistan 3/0
Nasir Jamshed    3* (18b)      DW Steyn    3-2-2-0
Mohammad Hafeez    0* (12b)      VD Philander    2-1-1-0

5.1

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, moves back in a bit late, he comes forward and across and defends

5.2

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, goes back at the crease and softly knocks it towards gully, slow start for Pakistan

5.3

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Philander comes up with one that moves away late and foxes him as he tries to push it

5.4

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, 3 runs, he is finally off the mark, a fullish delivery on the pads and he whips it wide of mid-on and midwicket

5.5

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, good length on middle and leg and he shows the full face and defends

5.6

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this one straightens off a good length, skids through and hits him high on the pads and rolls away, stifled appeal

Imran: "Looking at the demand for aggressiveness from Pak batsmen, I suggest they go for the approach of English openers, Cook and Co. Ride the first session , scoring at 1-2 runs per over without losing their wicket and then steadily pick runs thereafter."

End of over 6 (3 runs) Pakistan 6/0
Nasir Jamshed    3* (20b)      VD Philander    3-1-4-0
Mohammad Hafeez    3* (16b)      DW Steyn    3-2-2-0

6.1

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, swings it from middle towards off and he ensures he defends it safely

6.2

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he comes forward and drives it towards mid-on

6.3

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, moving away and he opens the face of the bat and dabs it with control down to third man

6.4

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, well played, this was full on the pads and he works it away wide of mid-on, Amla runs across from deep square leg, interesting that they had a fielder in the deep so early

6.5

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, bangs it in short and Hafeez bends back and evades it

6.6

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, good length outside off and moving away from him and he leaves it alone

End of over 7 (4 runs) Pakistan 10/0
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (22b)      DW Steyn    4-2-6-0
Nasir Jamshed    3* (20b)      VD Philander    3-1-4-0

7.1

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, this was too wide outside off, he didn't even bother chasing it

7.2

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, no run, Dropped by du Plessis in the gully! That was regulation, pokes at one that moves away and it dips to gully, the fielder falls forward and spills it

7.3

Philander to Nasir Jamshed, OUT, that drop didn't cost much did it? Jamshed fails to make use of the life, this was pitched up and moving away, he was forward for the drive, thick outside edge to the keeper and Philander gets another batsman with his stock delivery that hones in on the off stump

Nasir Jamshed c †de Villiers b Philander 3 (31m 23b 0x4 0x6) SR: 13.04

Azhar Ali walks in

7.4

Philander to Azhar Ali, no run, comes back in and he comes behind the line and defends

7.5

Philander to Azhar Ali, no run, comes back in and he gets across and clips it to the on side

7.6

Philander to Azhar Ali, no run, good length on the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

EddyK: "I truely think Pak should have a strategic game plan for this innings. Pick off the 1's & 2's and target a specific bowler for the occasional 4. Mind games will make Smith rethink his bowling options."

End of over 8 (wicket maiden) Pakistan 10/1
Azhar Ali    0* (3b)      VD Philander    4-2-4-1
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (22b)      DW Steyn    4-2-6-0

Here's Morkel

8.1

Morkel to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, comes across and defends this solidly to the off side

8.2

Morkel to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, angles towards middle and leg and he clips it down to midwicket

8.3

Morkel to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, lands it a shade outside off and gets it to move away further, left alone

8.4

Morkel to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 leg bye, on the pads and the ball clips his pads and rolls away down to fine leg

8.5

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, what was he appealing for? This was sliding down leg side and he was shouldering arms, not close to the bat or pads

8.6

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, bowls that fuller in length on middle and leg and he comes forward and defends

End of over 9 (1 run, maiden) Pakistan 11/1
Azhar Ali    0* (5b)      M Morkel    1-1-0-0
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (26b)      VD Philander    4-2-4-1

9.1

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, lands it on a good length and moves away slightly and he drops his wrists and steers it to the off side

9.2

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, stays on the back foot and punches it away wide of cover and point, timed it well

9.3

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, this was fuller and Hafeez did well to come forward and push it to the on side

9.4

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, the first of the Test, this was on a length a touch wide outside off and he opens the face of the bat and steers it well wide of gully, well short of the fielder

9.5

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, stays back and gets an inside edge to the on side

9.6

Philander to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, swings it in and he plays across the line down to fine leg

End of over 10 (7 runs) Pakistan 18/1
Mohammad Hafeez    14* (32b 1x4)      VD Philander    5-2-11-1
Azhar Ali    0* (5b)      M Morkel    1-1-0-0

10.1

Morkel to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, bowls it a touch wide outside off and holds its line before reaching the keeper

10.2

Morkel to Mohammad Hafeez, 3 runs, this was fuller outside off and he shows the full face of the bat and pushes it wide of mid-off, Amla chases and the ball slows down

10.3

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, shorter and gets it to nip back in and he softly fends it towards short leg one-handed

10.4

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, fuller in length a touch wide outside off and he doesn't offer a shot

10.5

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, this was pitched shorter and gaining on the body to get that short leg fielder into play, he manages to fend it off

10.6

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he comes forward and pushes it to the off side

End of over 11 (3 runs) Pakistan 21/1
Azhar Ali    0* (9b)      M Morkel    2-1-3-0
Mohammad Hafeez    17* (34b 1x4)      VD Philander    5-2-11-1

11.1

Steyn to Mohammad Hafeez, OUT, strikes first ball in his second spell! Typical Steyn delivery, lands on the off stump and thereabouts and moves away, has Hafeez prodding forward, doesn't cover the line, thick outside edge low to first slip

Mohammad Hafeez c Smith b Steyn 17 (50m 35b 1x4 0x6) SR: 48.57

Younis walks in. He made a fifty in the tour game

11.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, this one moves away and completely squares him up! Slightly shorter than the one that got Hafeez, bounced and moved away and nearly took the edge

11.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, angles it across him and he gets across and steers it to the off side

11.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, he bangs it in short and he doesn't play at that sharp bouncer

11.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, fuller in length on the off stump and he comes across and pushes it to the off side

11.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, full and moving away and he comes well forward and gets an outside edge that drops in front of third slip

Strudi: "With all the talk of the dry track, here's a question: Which spinner has the best average in all SA v Pak tests, minimum 20 wickets? Bet no-one would have picked Paul Harris, but there you are. Better than Saqlain and Mushtaq Ahmed." Too bad Harris retired

End of over 12 (wicket maiden) Pakistan 21/2
Younis Khan    0* (5b)      DW Steyn    5-3-6-1
Azhar Ali    0* (9b)      M Morkel    2-1-3-0

12.1

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, good length on the off stump and he comes across and leaves it alone to the keeper

12.2

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, this was shorter and he stays back and fends it to the off side high on the bat

12.3

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, strange old shot! What was he trying? Wanted to leave it and somehow the ball struck the face of the bat and rolled to the off side

12.4

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, gets that one to jag back in and Azhar didn't look fully in control as he fended it to short leg

12.5

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run

12.6

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, outside off and he leaves it alone

End of over 13 (maiden) Pakistan 21/2
Azhar Ali    0* (15b)      M Morkel    3-2-3-0
Younis Khan    0* (5b)      DW Steyn    5-3-6-1

13.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, full and swings it in and he comes forward and gets an inside edge to the pads

13.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, full and moving across him and Younis decides at the last minute to leave it alone to the keeper

13.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, keeps it on the stumps, attacking line and Younis does well to get right behind the line to defend

13.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, that was quick! One of the commentators said that was 141 kph, short and Younis bends back and watches it fizz past his face

13.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, 2 runs, on the pads, not the best line as it allows Younis to whip it away wide of midwicket

13.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, 143.6 kph, he's cranking up the pace, this was short of a length and rising to the chest and he solidly defends it

Aamir: "Pakistan needs to appoint Mudassar Nazar or Hanif Mohammed as batting consultant to teach them how to spend some time on pitch"

End of over 14 (2 runs) Pakistan 23/2
Younis Khan    2* (11b)      DW Steyn    6-3-8-1
Azhar Ali    0* (15b)      M Morkel    3-2-3-0

14.1

Morkel to Azhar Ali, 3 runs, fullish in length on the off stump and he gets forward and shows the full face and pushes it past mid-on, slow outfield

14.2

Morkel to Younis Khan, 1 run, that's a good call, dropped with soft hands in front of short cover and sets off, the fielder wasn't as quick

14.3

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, lands it on a good length outside the off stump and it holds its line before reaching the keeper

14.4

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, sharp bouncer and to Azhar's credit he did really well to bend down quickly and evade it

14.5

Morkel to Azhar Ali, 1 run, good length outside the off stump and pushed wide of cover

14.6

Morkel to Younis Khan, 3 runs, fullish in length on the pads and he works it wide of mid-on, once again the ball slows down

End of over 15 (8 runs) Pakistan 31/2
Younis Khan    6* (13b)      M Morkel    4-2-11-0
Azhar Ali    4* (19b)      DW Steyn    6-3-8-1

15.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, 142.5 kph, good length on middle and off and he stays back and defends

15.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, 2 runs, angles it on the pads and he whips it away down to deep square leg, in the air for a while and safe

15.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length outside off and he pushes it to cover

15.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, nearly edges it! Loose drive by Younis, it was full and moving away and he didn't really move his feet

15.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, pitched up on the pads and he drives on the up down to mid-on

15.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, nicely driven on the front foot but straight to mid-on, Steyn should be careful not to feed him on the pads

End of over 16 (2 runs) Pakistan 33/2
Younis Khan    8* (19b)      DW Steyn    7-3-10-1
Azhar Ali    4* (19b)      M Morkel    4-2-11-0

16.1

Morkel to Azhar Ali, no run, stays right behind the line and punches it to the off side

16.2

Morkel to Azhar Ali, OUT, loose drive! Quite unlike Azhar Ali, this was pitched up and holding it's line, a touch wide outside off, Azhar was driving away from the body and the edge was taken by AB

Azhar Ali c †de Villiers b Morkel 4 (44m 21b 0x4 0x6) SR: 19.04

Familiar story again so far for Pakistan. All three wickets have come off edges. Down to the most experienced pair now

16.3

Morkel to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, this one nips back in late and tests him out as he fends it off to the off side

16.4

Morkel to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, lands outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

16.5

Morkel to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, little short outside off and rising up and he awkwardly fends it off to the off side

16.6

Morkel to Misbah-ul-Haq, OUT, caught at short leg! No doubt about that one, Morkel had set him up by bowling it short and Misbah was awkwardly fending them off, this was directed on the body, tried to fend it to the on side, hits his glove and lobs to Elgar at short leg. Hot Spot showed a mark on the handle, seems to be working fine today

Misbah-ul-Haq c Elgar b Morkel 0 (4m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

End of over 17 (wicket maiden) Pakistan 33/4
     M Morkel    5-3-11-2
Younis Khan    8* (19b)      DW Steyn    7-3-10-1

17.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, lands it outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

17.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length on the pads and he drives it down to mid-on

17.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, pitched up outside off and he leaves it alone

17.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run

17.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, fires that full outside off and he gets nicely across and defends to the off side

17.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and chops it to the off side

End of over 18 (maiden) Pakistan 33/4
Younis Khan    8* (25b)      DW Steyn    8-4-10-1
Asad Shafiq    0* (0b)      M Morkel    5-3-11-2

18.1

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, bounce straightaway to Shafiq, stays tall at the crease and fends it to the off side

18.2

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, full and gets him to drive and Amla misfields at gully

18.3

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, Younis didn't see that at all! Short of a length and Younis was expecting it to sail over him, took his eyes off and the ball hits his arm

18.4

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, lands it on a good length outside off and he safely leaves it alone to the keeper

18.5

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, lands it outside off and holds its line before reaching the keeper

18.6

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, good length on the off stump and he comes behind the line and defends

End of over 19 (1 run) Pakistan 34/4
Younis Khan    8* (29b)      M Morkel    6-3-12-2
Asad Shafiq    1* (2b)      DW Steyn    8-4-10-1

19.1

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, drifts towards the pads and he gets away with it, the ball clips his pads and rolls away

19.2

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, pitches it up outside off and holds its line before reaching the keeper

19.3

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, fires that full in length outside off and it holds its line before reaching the keeper

19.4

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, comes forward and drives inside out and there's a misfield at cover point

19.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, 2 runs, yet another misfield! What's happening? Full delivery and driven down to mid-off, Peterson dives and makes a mess of it

19.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, bangs it in short and he ducks under that one

End of over 20 (3 runs) Pakistan 37/4
Younis Khan    10* (31b)      DW Steyn    9-4-13-1
Asad Shafiq    2* (6b)      M Morkel    6-3-12-2

20.1

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, 3 runs, full outside off and he does well to get beside the line and drive square on the off side, races to the rope and Amla does well to slide and just pull it back

20.2

Morkel to Younis Khan, 2 runs, fullish on middle and leg and he forces it wide of mid-on

20.3

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, fires that full and he gets across and defends

20.4

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run

20.5

Morkel to Younis Khan, FOUR, nice drive! Half volley outside off, he waits for it, opens the face and pushes it wide of the covers

20.6

Morkel to Younis Khan, 1 run, nips back in and he clips it away wide of midwicket

Fahad Fazli: "@ Aamir - Sadly neither Hanif nor Mudassar ever played against SA & that even in SA!!! Its tough batting against the likes of Steyn & in conditions favoring them."

End of over 21 (10 runs) Pakistan 47/4
Younis Khan    17* (36b 1x4)      M Morkel    7-3-22-2
Asad Shafiq    5* (7b)      DW Steyn    9-4-13-1

Vernon for a new spell

21.1

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, lands it outside off and moves away and he shoulders arms

21.2

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, pitches it up outside the off stump, he gets forward, doesn't get behind the line, gets an outside edge towards gully

21.3

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, lands it outside off and he leaves it alone

21.4

Philander to Younis Khan, FOUR, nicely driven! Half volley on the off stump, he leans forward and pushes it just wide of the diving Philander, nicely timed

21.5

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, short of a length outside off and left alone

21.6

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, fuller delivery outside off and left alone

End of over 22 (4 runs) Pakistan 51/4
Younis Khan    21* (42b 2x4)      VD Philander    6-2-15-1
Asad Shafiq    5* (7b)      M Morkel    7-3-22-2

22.1

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, fuller in length on the off stump and driven down to mid-on

22.2

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, this was shorter outside off and he rocks back and leaves it alone

22.3

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, drifts on the pads and he stays back and clips it down to fine leg

22.4

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, short of a length and he forces him on the back foot to fend it off

22.5

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, fuller and outside off and he shoulders arms

22.6

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, good length outside the off stump and coming back in slightly, left alone

End of over 23 (3 runs) Pakistan 54/4
Younis Khan    21* (45b 2x4)      JH Kallis    1-0-3-0
Asad Shafiq    8* (10b)      VD Philander    6-2-15-1

23.1

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, full and moving away outside the off stump and he leaves it alone to the keeper

23.2

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, pitches it up outside off, wants to draw him to drive, he doesn't offer a shot

23.3

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, half volley on middle and leg and he works it down to mid-on

23.4

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, good length on the off stump and he stays back and defends

23.5

Philander to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, close call Shafiq as he gets a leading edge that just clears Philander and mid-off, dropped safe in the end

23.6

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays beside the line and steers it to the off side

End of over 24 (2 runs) Pakistan 56/4
Asad Shafiq    10* (16b)      VD Philander    7-2-17-1
Younis Khan    21* (45b 2x4)      JH Kallis    1-0-3-0

24.1

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run

24.2

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, the slower bouncer, down the leg side and he bends down quickly

24.3

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, angles it towards the pads and he works it towards midwicket

24.4

Kallis to Younis Khan, 1 run, tries to clip it away and he gets an inside edge, hurries the single

24.5

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays beside the line and he pushes it to the off side

24.6

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, little shorter in length and he leaves it alone to the keeper, no swing yet to Kallis

End of over 25 (1 run) Pakistan 57/4
Asad Shafiq    10* (18b)      JH Kallis    2-0-4-0
Younis Khan    22* (49b 2x4)      VD Philander    7-2-17-1

Could be the last over before lunch

25.1

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, good length on the off stump and he pushes it to the off side

25.2

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, good length outside off and he shows the full face of the bat and punches it down to mid-off

25.3

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, bangs it in short outside off and he leaves it alone

25.4

Philander to Younis Khan, no run

25.5

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

25.6

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, goes back at the crease and punches it down to mid-on

End of over 26 (maiden) Pakistan 57/4
Younis Khan    22* (55b 2x4)      VD Philander    8-3-17-1
Asad Shafiq    10* (18b)      JH Kallis    2-0-4-0

26.1

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, bangs it in short down the leg side and it's the one bouncer for the over

26.2

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, drifts on the body and he angles it down to fine leg

26.3

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and he steers it to the off side

26.4

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, half volley outside off and he comes well forward and cannot pinch the gap at cover

26.5

Kallis to Younis Khan, 2 runs, full outside the off stump and he pinches it in the gap square on the off side

26.6

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, full on the off stump and he drills it down to mid-off and that's lunch

12.30pm: A fine session for South Africa's opening bowlers. Smith wanted to give his seamers best use of the conditions on the first morning and they delivered. Three of the four wickets were caught behind. Younis and Shafiq are virtually opening the innings. Batting has looked a bit easier in the last half hour at least, with the swing not as prodigious. It's important Younis and Shafiq set shorter targets. Join us at 1.10.

End of over 27 (3 runs) Pakistan 60/4
Younis Khan    24* (59b 2x4)      JH Kallis    3-0-7-0
Asad Shafiq    11* (20b)      VD Philander    8-3-17-1

Welcome back. Vernon to bowl after lunch

27.1

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, full and straight on the off stump and pushed down to mid-on

27.2

Philander to Asad Shafiq, 1 no ball, he oversteps, this was pitched outside off and coming back in, decides late to leave it alone

27.2

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, comes back in and he stays back and mistimes it to mid-on

27.3

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, hits a good length outside off and he leaves it alone to the keeper

27.4

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he pushes it to the on side

27.5

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays beside the line and he pushes it to the off side

27.6

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, bowls it straight and on the off stump and he pushes it towards mid-on

End of over 28 (1 run) Pakistan 61/4
Asad Shafiq    11* (27b)      VD Philander    9-3-18-1
Younis Khan    24* (59b 2x4)      JH Kallis    3-0-7-0

28.1

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, that was a freebie outside off, short and really wide and Younis wasn't interested in chasing that

28.2

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, strays wide outside off again and Younis can't be bothered, he wants to play it safe

28.3

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, Morkel struggling with his line here, too wide outside off and he leaves it alone

Two slips and a gully

28.4

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and he steers it to the off side

28.5

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, much better, he directs the bouncer close to the batsman and forces him to take evasive action

28.6

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, good length wide outside off and he leaves it alone to AB, another maiden

End of over 29 (maiden) Pakistan 61/4
Younis Khan    24* (65b 2x4)      M Morkel    8-4-22-2
Asad Shafiq    11* (27b)      VD Philander    9-3-18-1

29.1

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish on the off stump and he comes across and works it to the on side

29.2

Philander to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, short and wide outside off, Shafiq had all the time in the world to rock back and punish it in front of square on the off side, to deep cover

29.3

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, goes right back at the crease and defends

29.4

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, good length on the off stump and he comes across and defends

29.5

Philander to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, drifts back in and he clips it with the angle down to deep midwicket

29.6

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, moves away from him and he pushes it to the off side

End of over 30 (5 runs) Pakistan 66/4
Younis Khan    24* (66b 2x4)      VD Philander    10-3-23-1
Asad Shafiq    16* (32b 1x4)      M Morkel    8-4-22-2

30.1

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, bangs it in short and he quickly ducks under that bouncer

30.2

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, this was a touch wide outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

30.3

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, this was pitched up outside off and Shafiq goes for the same drive that got Azhar out, close to the edge

30.4

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, pitched up and he gets a leading edge of sorts down to cover

30.5

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, half volley on the pads and he clips it across the line to fine leg

30.6

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, good length on the off stump and pushed down to mid-off

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End of over 31 (3 runs) Pakistan 69/4
Younis Khan    24* (67b 2x4)      M Morkel    9-4-25-2
Asad Shafiq    19* (37b 1x4)      VD Philander    10-3-23-1

31.1

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, keeps it a shade outside off and he safely leaves it alone

31.2

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays beside the line and steers it to the off side

Short midwicket in place

31.3

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, don;t ask me how that didn't take the edge! Peach from Vernon, pitched on off and moved away slightly and bounced more, had him in a tangle

31.4

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays back at the crease and punches it to the off side

31.5

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, goes back at the crease and pushes it to the off side

31.6

Philander to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and pushed down to mid-on

End of over 32 (maiden) Pakistan 69/4
Asad Shafiq    19* (43b 1x4)      VD Philander    11-4-23-1
Younis Khan    24* (67b 2x4)      M Morkel    9-4-25-2

32.1

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, another close call! This was moving away and inviting the drive and he nearly edges it to the keeper

32.2

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, good length on the off stump and he pushes it to the on side

32.3

Morkel to Younis Khan, no run, stifled appeal for an lbw, he goes forward for the drive and gets an inside edge to the pads

32.4

Morkel to Younis Khan, 1 run, pitched up and he comes forward and pushes it down to mid-off, Amla chases

32.5

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays beside the line and he steers it to the off side

32.6

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, drifts on the pads and he gets an inside edge to the pads

End of over 33 (1 run) Pakistan 70/4
Asad Shafiq    19* (45b 1x4)      M Morkel    10-4-26-2
Younis Khan    25* (71b 2x4)      VD Philander    11-4-23-1

33.1

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and punches it to the off side

33.2

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, bangs it in short and he quickly ducks under the bouncer

33.3

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he works it to the on side

33.4

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and pushes it to the off side

33.5

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, good length on the off stump and he pushes it back to the bowler

33.6

Philander to Younis Khan, no run, he adjusts to a shorter length and he goes right back and defends to the off side

End of over 34 (maiden) Pakistan 70/4
Younis Khan    25* (77b 2x4)      VD Philander    12-5-23-1
Asad Shafiq    19* (45b 1x4)      M Morkel    10-4-26-2

34.1

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, keeps it a touch low and he stays back and defends to the on side

34.2

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, 1 no ball, the bouncer didn't rise up as much as expected, he ducked under it, Morkel overstepped though

34.2

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, good length outside off and he pushes it to the off side

34.3

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, goes right back at the crease and defends to the off side

34.4

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, every once in a while comes a flashy drive that nearly costs a wicket, on his knee trying to bash that wide of cover, AB fumbles and Shafiq didn't realise they could have taken a bye

34.5

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays back at the crease and pushes it to the on side

34.6

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, good length on the off stump and defended

End of over 35 (1 run) Pakistan 71/4
Asad Shafiq    19* (52b 1x4)      M Morkel    11-4-27-2
Younis Khan    25* (77b 2x4)      VD Philander    12-5-23-1

New spell for Steyn

35.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, nips back in and he comes forward and gets an inside edge to the pads

35.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, 2 runs, fullish in length outside off and he gets an outside edge that beats gully

35.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, good length on middle and off and defended solidly back to the bowler

35.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, good length outside off and he safely shoulders arms

35.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he gets well across and defends

35.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, pitched up outside off and holds its line before reaching the keeper

End of over 36 (2 runs) Pakistan 73/4
Younis Khan    27* (83b 2x4)      DW Steyn    10-4-15-1
Asad Shafiq    19* (52b 1x4)      M Morkel    11-4-27-2

36.1

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, lands it outside off and he leaves it alone

36.2

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length outside the off stump and he gets forward and defends solidly

36.3

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, keeps it on a fullish length outside off and safely left alone

36.4

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, this was fuller and outside off and he pushes it down the track

36.5

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, well left, this one drifted back in and Shafiq thought it was best not to play at it

36.6

Morkel to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length outside off and defended down the track

Hassan Cheema tweets: "13/0 in 10 overs since lunch. All hail #tuktuk..."

End of over 37 (maiden) Pakistan 73/4
Asad Shafiq    19* (58b 1x4)      M Morkel    12-5-27-2
Younis Khan    27* (83b 2x4)      DW Steyn    10-4-15-1

37.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, he runs in and bangs this one in short and he evades that bouncer

37.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, swish and a miss, this was pitched up and moving away and he couldn't resist smashing it wide of cover, close to the edge

37.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, goes right back at the crease and defends to the off side

37.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length on the off stump and he steers it to the off side

37.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, bangs it in short and he's quick to duck under that bouncer, Steyn trying all sorts of lengths

37.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, this was the slower ball and he was forward quite early, ended up steering it tamely to the off side

End of over 38 (maiden) Pakistan 73/4
Younis Khan    27* (89b 2x4)      DW Steyn    11-5-15-1
Asad Shafiq    19* (58b 1x4)      M Morkel    12-5-27-2

Spin for a change. It's Peterson

38.1

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run

38.2

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, stays back and he clips it straight to short leg

38.3

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, goes back and whips it straight to mid-on

38.4

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, tossed up outside off and he comes forward and drills it down to mid-off

38.5

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, quicker through the air and defended

38.6

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, flatter delivery and he comes forward and blocks it

End of over 39 (1 run) Pakistan 74/4
Younis Khan    27* (92b 2x4)      RJ Peterson    1-0-1-0
Asad Shafiq    20* (61b 1x4)      DW Steyn    11-5-15-1

39.1

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, pitched up on the off stump and he gets well forward and defends

39.2

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, bangs it in short outside the off stump and he ducks under that one

39.3

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, hits the deck hard and Shafiq quickly gets under it and leaves it alone

39.4

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, that flashy cut again! Always gives the bowlers a chance, short and wide outside off and playing wide of the body, close to the edge

39.5

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, bangs it in outside the off stump and he shoulders arms

39.6

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

End of over 40 (maiden) Pakistan 74/4
Asad Shafiq    20* (67b 1x4)      DW Steyn    12-6-15-1
Younis Khan    27* (92b 2x4)      RJ Peterson    1-0-1-0

40.1

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run

40.2

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, tossed up and he comes forward and drives to cover

40.3

Peterson to Younis Khan, 2 runs, makes room and drives this one down to deep cover

40.4

Peterson to Younis Khan, 1 run, Younis loves the sweep, gets on his knee early, fetches that from the off stump and places it to deep square leg

40.5

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, tossed up and he drills a full toss straight to cover

40.6

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, short and wide outside off and he makes room and slaps it wide of point, confident boundary

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These two have successfully negotiated the first hour after lunch.

Pakman: "The devious plan is working! Shafiq and Yunis have successfully put all the fielders to sleep. Now they can score wherever they want!"

Muhammad Rashid: "I think its now time to score and show some aggression, if Pakistan goes with the same pace they would be only 150 and the new ball would be there to haunt them again"

End of over 41 (7 runs) Pakistan 81/4
Asad Shafiq    24* (69b 2x4)      RJ Peterson    2-0-8-0
Younis Khan    30* (96b 2x4)      DW Steyn    12-6-15-1

41.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and knocks it down towards point

41.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, saved a certain four! Meaty drive off the front foot off a half volley, du Plessis dives at short cover and gets a hand to it

41.3

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, nips it back in and he clips it to the on side

41.4

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, goes back at the crease and knocks it to the off side

41.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, appeal for an lbw! Tries to whip an inswinger across the line and Hot Spot shows an inside edge to the pads, Steyn appealed but the keeper and slips weren't so interested

41.6

Steyn to Younis Khan, FOUR, fullish in length outside off and Younis gets forward and across and plays an exquisite cover drive

End of over 42 (4 runs) Pakistan 85/4
Younis Khan    34* (102b 3x4)      DW Steyn    13-6-19-1
Asad Shafiq    24* (69b 2x4)      RJ Peterson    2-0-8-0

42.1

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, goes back and he clips it to short leg

he has a slip and short leg

42.2

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, down the track and he gets a leading edge to the off side

42.3

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, tossed up and he gets forward and defends

42.4

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, Dropped by Elgar at short leg! Not the easiest as it came off the middle of the bat

42.5

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run

42.6

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, shot! This was flatter and dragged short and he rocked back and pulled this one wide of midwicket, found the big gap at the deep

End of over 43 (4 runs) Pakistan 89/4
Asad Shafiq    28* (75b 3x4)      RJ Peterson    3-0-12-0
Younis Khan    34* (102b 3x4)      DW Steyn    13-6-19-1

43.1

Steyn to Younis Khan, no run, Steyn comes round the wicket, fires that on the off stump and defended solidly

Sorry guys. Forgot to mention these two have added 50

43.2

Steyn to Younis Khan, 1 run, bangs it in short and he rocks back and works it down to square leg

Leg slip, short leg and short midwicket in place

43.3

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, no run

43.4

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, drifts on the body and he shuffle and pinches it past the gap wide of short fine leg

43.5

Steyn to Younis Khan, 1 run, goes back and pushes it towards cover

43.6

Steyn to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, this is short and he can't resist the hook! It was top edged but fortunately wide of Morkel at fine leg

End of over 44 (5 runs) Pakistan 94/4
Asad Shafiq    31* (78b 3x4)      DW Steyn    14-6-24-1
Younis Khan    36* (105b 3x4)      RJ Peterson    3-0-12-0

44.1

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, chips down the track and he drives him down to mid-off

44.2

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run

44.3

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, flatter delivery and he comes forward and defends

44.4

Peterson to Younis Khan, 1 run, tossed up outside off and he comes forward and sweeps him firmly

44.5

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, confidence is growing! This was dragged in short, he rocks back at the crease and bashes it over midwicket, to shot

44.6

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, tossed up and he defends this one back to the bowler

asad (not Shafiq): "It may be a blessing in disguise for Pakistan that the two TukTuks, Azhar and Misbah, have departed and as the ball is getting old, these two are starting to open up"

End of over 45 (5 runs) Pakistan 99/4
Asad Shafiq    35* (80b 4x4)      RJ Peterson    4-0-17-0
Younis Khan    37* (109b 3x4)      DW Steyn    14-6-24-1

45.1

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, tossed up and he comes forward and gets an outside edge to gully

45.2

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, stays beside the line and he comes across and defends

45.3

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, goes back at the crease and he goes back at the crease and defends

45.4

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, fullish in length outside off and he gets across and defends

45.5

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, just short of a length and he rocks back and punches him down to backward point

45.6

Kallis to Younis Khan, no run, keeps him on the back foot again and he punches it towards point

End of over 46 (maiden) Pakistan 99/4
Younis Khan    37* (115b 3x4)      JH Kallis    4-1-7-0
Asad Shafiq    35* (80b 4x4)      RJ Peterson    4-0-17-0

46.1

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, bowls that flatter and he comes well forward and defends

46.2

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, fine way to bring up a 100! Tossed up outside off and he rocks back and slaps it with intent wide of backward point

46.3

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, flighted delivery and he shoulders arms

46.4

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, tossed up and he defends it well

46.5

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, pushes it down to mid-on

46.6

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run

End of over 47 (4 runs) Pakistan 103/4
Asad Shafiq    39* (86b 5x4)      RJ Peterson    5-0-21-0
Younis Khan    37* (115b 3x4)      JH Kallis    4-1-7-0

47.1

Kallis to Younis Khan, 1 run, drifts on middle and leg and he drifts on the pads and he clips it to the on side

47.2

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run

47.3

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, that was a poor delivery! Short and wide outside off and Shafiq deliberately smacks it over point, no third man

47.4

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, bangs in the bouncer and he safely ducks under it

47.5

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, Kallis persists with the shirt stuff and Shafiq's not falling for the bait, ducks under this one

47.6

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, lands it on a good length outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

Pathan: "Pakistan made a catastrophic error by arriving so late in South Africa and only having ONE practise match! Younus Khan manage to spend some time in the middle between tests and its now showing! When you play the best team in the world on their soil, you arrive weeks before and have plenty of warm up matches to get used to the conditions. What were they thinking?"

End of over 48 (5 runs) Pakistan 108/4
Asad Shafiq    43* (91b 6x4)      JH Kallis    5-1-12-0
Younis Khan    38* (116b 3x4)      RJ Peterson    5-0-21-0

48.1

Peterson to Younis Khan, 1 run, tossed up outside off and he gets on his knee and sweeps to the leg side

48.2

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, no run, goes back at the crease and punches it to mid-off

48.3

Peterson to Asad Shafiq, 1 run

48.4

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run

48.5

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, Tossed up and he gets on his knee and sweeps to short fine leg

48.6

Peterson to Younis Khan, no run, Gets on the front foot and pushes it to mid-on

End of over 49 (2 runs) Pakistan 110/4
Younis Khan    39* (120b 3x4)      RJ Peterson    6-0-23-0
Asad Shafiq    44* (93b 6x4)      JH Kallis    5-1-12-0

49.1

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, comes forward to a fullish delivery and drives him down to mid-off

49.2

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, not much movement for Kallis as he pitches it up, left alone to the keeper

49.3

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, gets forward and pushes it down to mid-off, off the middle of the bat

49.4

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, good length on middle and off and he comes forward and defends

49.5

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

49.6

Kallis to Asad Shafiq, no run, fullish in length outside off and he defends

End of over 50 (maiden) Pakistan 110/4
Asad Shafiq    44* (99b 6x4)      JH Kallis    6-2-12-0
Younis Khan    39* (120b 3x4)      RJ Peterson    6-0-23-0
Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150
Series Results
South Africa v Pakistan at Centurion - Feb 22-24, 2013
South Africa won by an innings and 18 runs
South Africa v Pakistan at Cape Town - Feb 14-17, 2013
South Africa won by 4 wickets
South Africa v Pakistan at Johannesburg - Feb 1-4, 2013
South Africa won by 211 runs
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Feb 17, 2013

Hashim Amla plays an attacking stroke, South Africa v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Cape Town, 4th day, February 17, 2013

Hashim Amla plays an attacking stroke

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Feb 17, 2013

Saeed Ajmal kept Pakistan in the hunt with crucial top-order wickets, South Africa v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Cape Town, 4th day, February 17, 2013

Saeed Ajmal kept Pakistan in the hunt with crucial top-order wickets

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