Cricket-South Africa v Pakistan - first test scoreboard

Fri Feb 1, 2013 9:55pm IST

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    JOHANNESBURG, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at the close of
play on the first day of the opening test between South Africa
and Pakistan at the Wanderers on Friday: 
   South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first
   
   Pakistan first innings  
M. Hafeez not out                  6
N. Jamshed not out                 0
Extras                             0 
Total (for no wicket - 2 overs)    6    
   To bat: Misbah-ul-Haq, A.Ali, Younus Khan, A.Shafiq, Sarfraz
Ahmed, U.Gul, S.Ajmal, Junaid Khan, Rahat Ali.    
   Bowling: V.Philander 1-0-6-0, D.Steyn 1-1-0-0
    
   South Africa first innings  
G. Smith c Ahmed b Gul                24 
A. Petersen c Hafeez b Junaid Khan    20   
H. Amla c Azhar Ali b Younus Khan     37 
J. Kallis c Shafiq b Umar Gul         50
A. De Villiers c Ahmed b Hafeez       31
F. du Plessis b Junaid Khan           41
D. Elgar c Ahmed b Hafeez             27
R. Peterson b Hafeez                   0
V. Philander run out                   1 
D. Steyn not out                      12
M. Morkel b Hafeez                     0
Extras (b4, lb4, w1, nb1)             10
Total (all out, 85.2 overs)          253  
Fall of wickets: 1-46, 2-46, 3-125, 4-135, 5-199, 6-232, 7-239,
8-240, 9-243, 10-253 
Bowling: Gul 19-2-56-2, Junaid Khan 18-8-33-2, Rahat Ali
14-0-56-0 (w-1, nb-1), Ajmal 23-4-68-0, Younus Khan 4-0-16-1,
Hafeez 7.2-1-16-4

 (Compiled by Nick Said, editing by Mark Meadows;
nick.said@thomsonreuters.com +27832722948 Messaging
nick.said.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)
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