Result
1st Test, Johannesburg, Feb 1-4 2013, Pakistan tour of South Africa
253 & 275/3d
(100.4 ov, target 480)
49 & 268
South Africa won by 211 runs
Player Of The Match
South Africa
Day 4
Asad Shafiq made his seventh Test half-century
Pakistan left searching for answers
1yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Dale Steyn made inroads with the second new ball
Steyn's best, and de Villiers' record
1yMadhusudhan Ramakrishnan
Dale Steyn made inroads with the second new ball
Steyn takes 11 in crushing victory
1yThe Report by Andrew McGlashan
Day 3
Dale Steyn's 11th wicket ended the Test
There's no stopping Steyn
1yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Azhar Ali was lbw to Jacques Kallis for 18
The Kallis surprise and Philander's agony
2yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Azhar Ali was lbw to Jacques Kallis for 18
Misbah and Shafiq lift Pakistan spirits
1yThe Report by Andrew McGlashan
Pakistan scramble up learning curve
1yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Day 2
Umar Gul walks off after becoming the seventh wicket to fall
Steyn's burst consigns Pakistan to all-time low
1yMadhusudhan Ramakrishnan
Dale Steyn removed Mohammad Hafeez in the second over of the morning
Pakistan wither in Steyn's intensity
1yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Vernon Philander had Asad Shafiq caught behind
Warning signs and mixed signals
2yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Dale Steyn removed Mohammad Hafeez in the second over of the morning
South Africa stroll after Pakistan slump to 49
1yThe Report by Alan Gardner
Day 1
Mohammad Hafeez takes the plaudits from his team-mates
Misbah's Midas touch
1yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Younis Khan claimed the key wicket of Hashim Amla
Smith's party falls a little flat
1yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers
Umar Gul had Graeme Smith caught behind
Pakistan take opening-day honours
1yThe Report by Andrew McGlashan
Others
'49 is par for Pakistan'
2yJarrod Kimber
Pakistan's capitulation not due to mindless batting
2yESPNcricinfo staff
Saeed Ajmal continued to be effective in the second innings
Middle-order heavyweights and tall quicks
1yAndrew McGlashan and Firdose Moonda
Nasir Jamshed smashes one for a six
Pakistan aim to spoil Smith's party
1yThe Preview by Andrew McGlashan
Graeme Smith and Misbah-ul-Haq hold the series trophy
Misbah displays quiet confidence
1yFirdose Moonda in Johannesburg