Cricket-South Africa v Pakistan, first test scoreboard

Sun Feb 3, 2013 9:54pm IST

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Feb 3 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at close of play on day three
of the opening cricket test between South Africa and Pakistan at
the Wanderers on Sunday: 
   South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first
    - -
    South Africa first innings: 253 (J. Kallis 50; M. Hafeez 
4-16)
    Pakistan first innings: 49 (D. Steyn 6-8)
    South Africa second innings (overnight 207-3):
 A. Petersen c. Hafeez b. Gul                  27
 G. Smith c Ahmed b Gul                        52
 H. Amla not out                               74
 J. Kallis c Shafiq b Ajmal                     7 
 A. de Villiers not out                       103 
 Extras (lb4, w-3, nb-5)                       12    
 Total (for three wickets declared, 62 overs) 275
 Fall of wickets: 1-82, 2-87, 3-99
 To bat: F. du Plessis, D. Elgar, R. Peterson, V. Philander, D.
Steyn, M. Morkel
 Bowling: Gul 14-2-58-2 (w-3), Junaid Khan 13-1-63-0 (nb-5),
Rahat Ali 11-1-44-0, Hafeez 5-0-32-0, Ajmal 18-1-74-1, Younis
Khan 1-1-0-0 
    
    Pakistan second innings
 M. Hafeez c de Villiers b Philander     2
 N. Jamshed c Peterson b Steyn          46
 A. Ali lbw Kallis                      18 
 Younus Khan c De Villiers b Morkel     15
 Misbah-ul-Haq not out                  44
 A. Shafiq not out                      53 
 Extras (lb2, nb-3)                      5
 Total (for four wickets, 75 overs)    183
 Fall of wickets: 1-7, 2-64, 3-70, 4-82
 To bat: Sarfraz Ahmed, U. Gul, S. Ajmal, Junaid Khan, Rahat Ali
 Bowling: D. Steyn 18-7-26-1, V. Philander 17-3-39-1 (nb-1), M.
Morkel 18-5-65-1 (nb-2), J. Kallis 12-3-27-1, R. Peterson
10-3-24-0                     

 (Compiled by Nick Said, editing by Clare Fallon)
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