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Namibia 369 and 134 for 3 (van Schoor 87) lead United Arab Emirates 297 (Haider 84, Klazinga 5-61) by 206 runs
The third day belonged to Namibia after UAE's batting lost their way following a solid start to give away a 72-run first-innings lead. Namibia opener Raymond van Schoor then put the game further in Namibia's favour with a patient 87, which increased the lead to 206 by stumps.
UAE started the day at a solid 185 for 3, and the overnight pair of Arfan Haider and Abdul Rehman progressed steadily to 238. Haider had moved to 84 when he was dismissed, sparking a collapse from the lower order - the final seven wickets going down for 59 runs. Medium-pacer Louis Klazinga was the architect of UAE's downfall; he grabbed a wicket in each of his five overs, starting from the 85th.
It was van Schoor's turn then to press the advantage. He hit five fours and a six in his fifth career half-century to take the lead beyond 200. He was in sight of a century when he fell to left-arm spinner Fayyaz Ahmed with less than three overs to go for stumps.
Khurram leads UAE to astonishing win
Mohammad Tauqir's five-for and Khurram Khan's century helped UAE to beat Namibia by four wickets
Klazinga and van Schoor put Namibia ahead
The third day belonged to Namibia after UAE's batting lost their way following a solid start to give away a 72-run first-innings lead
UAE steady in reply to Namibia's 369
United Arab Emirates completed a satisfactory day against Namibia in their ICC Intercontinental Shield match