Sports | Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:30pm IST

Cricket-South Africa v Pakistan - second test scoreboard

CAPE TOWN, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at the end of the
second test between South Africa and Pakistan at Newlands on
Sunday.
    South Africa won by four wickets to take an unassailable 2-0
lead in the three-match series.
    
    Pakistan first innings 338 (Younus Khan 111, Asad Shafiq
111; V.Philander 5-59)
    South Africa first innings 326 (AB de Villiers 61, R.
Peterson 84; Saeed Ajmal 6-96)
    
    Pakistan second innings (100-3 overnight)
 Mohammad Hafeez lbw b Steyn               0
 Nasir Jamshed lbw b Philander             0
 Azhar Ali c de Villiers b Philander      65
 Younus Khan b Steyn                      14
 Misbah-ul-Haq c Smith b Peterson         44
 Asad Shafiq b Philander                  19
 Sarfraz Ahmed b Peterson                  5
 Tanvir Ahmed not out                     10
 Umar Gul c Petersen b Philander           0
 Saeed Ajmal b Peterson                    4                    
 Mohammad Irfan c Petersen b Steyn         2
 Extras (lb-2 w-4)                         6
    Total (all out, 75.3 overs)          169
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 2-7 3-45 4-114 5-147 6-152 7-152 8-152
9-158 10-169
    Bowling: Steyn 18.3-5-38-3 (w3), Philander 19-6-40-4, Morkel
3.1-0-8-0, Peterson 29-8-73-3 (w1), Kallis 5.5-2-8-0. 
    
    South Africa second innings
 A. Petersen lbw b Gul                    1
 G. Smith lbw b Ajmal                    29
 H. Amla b Ajmal                         58
 J. Kallis lbw b Ajmal                   21
 AB de Villiers c Sarfraz b Ahmed        36
 F. du Plessis lbw b Ajmal               15
 D. Elgar not out                        11
 R. Peterson not out                      1 
 Extras (b-5, nb-5)                      10                   
    Total (six wickets, 43.1 overs)     182
    Fall of wickets: 1-10 2-63 3-88 4-150 5-168 6-180
    Bowling: Mohammad Irfan 10-1-35-0 (3nb), Umar Gul 8-0-46-1,
Saeed Ajmal 18.1-2-51-4, Mohammad Hafeez 2-1-11-0, Tanvir Ahmed
5-0-34-1 (2nb).
    South Africa won the toss and elected to field.

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

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