Cricket-South Africa v Pakistan - first test scoreboard

Mon Feb 4, 2013 4:25pm IST

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JOHANNESBURG, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at the end of the
first cricket test between South Africa and Pakistan at the
Wanderers on Monday:
    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 275-3 declared (A.B. de Villiers
103 not out, H. Amla 74 not out)
    Pakistan second innings (Overnight 183-4)
 Mohammad Hafeez c de Villiers b Philander  2
 Nasir Jamshed c Peterson b Steyn          46
 Azhar Ali lbw Kallis                      18 
 Younus Khan c de Villiers b Morkel        15
 Misbah-ul-Haq c de Villiers b Steyn       64
 Asad Shafiq c Kallis b Steyn              56 
 Sarfraz Ahmed b Philander                  6 
 Umar Gul c De Villiers b Steyn            23 
 Saeed Ajmal c De Villiers b Morkel        11  
 Junaid Khan lbw Steyn                      9
 Rahat Ali not out                          3
 Extras (b-4, lb-4, w-3, nb-4)             15
 Total (all out in 100.4 overs)           268
    Fall of wickets: 1-7, 2-64, 3-70, 4-82, 5-209, 6-210, 7-218,
8-240, 9-261.
    Bowling: Steyn 28.4-10-52-5, Philander 22-3-60-2 (nb-1),
Morkel 25-7-89-2 (nb-3), Kallis 15-5-35-1 (w-1), Peterson
10-3-24-0.

 (Compiled by Nick Said, editing by Amlan Chakraborty)
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