Cricket: Pakistan Vs South Africa 1st Test Day 1: Pakistan Fightback
In the wake of being all out for 181, Pakistan battled back, as bowlers commanded on the principal day of the primary Test against South Africa.
Pakistan’s batting line-up was exposed once again, as Duanne Olivier took 6 wickets for 37 runs, by using his surge of forceful, short-pitched deliveries.
In reply, South Africa achieved 127 for five, after Pakistan’s left-armers Shaheen Shah Afridi & Mohammad Amir both took two wickets each.
South Africa finish the day at 127/5 in response to Pakistan’s 181 all out, they trail by 54 runs. Babar Azam’s 71 and Duanne Olivier’s six-wicket haul the highlights of the day #SAvPAK pic.twitter.com/xPNdvELczM
— #SAvPAK #SAvPAK #SAvPAK #PSLT20 (@PCBLive_PK) December 26, 2018
Pakistan cricket team broke our hope by their batting line we were very hope from batting line but pakteam disoppointed us . Hope they do good bowling 🙄
— Muhammad Azan (@TheMas86223039) December 26, 2018
71 by Babar Azam is the highest score by a Pakistani at Centurion and 2nd highest score by a Pakistan batting at No.6 in a test innings against South Africa in South Africa. The highest being 111 by Asad Shafiq in Febraury 2013. #SAvPAK #CricketStats
— Shahzad Tirmizi Syed (@shahzadtirmizi) December 26, 2018
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) December 26, 2018
Mohammad Amir’s two wickets kept Pakistan in touch on a thrilling first day of the Boxing Day Test against South Africa.@Taha_Wisden wonders if this could finally be the moment he becomes Pakistan’s main man.https://t.co/2d4NI7kIci
— Wisden (@WisdenCricket) December 26, 2018
Olivier takes six; Pakistan snuffed out for 181: Earlier, Dale Steyn surpassed Shaun Pollock to become the highest wicket-taker for South Africa pic.twitter.com/PzobRYIamA
— Geo Sports (@GeoSports_24) December 26, 2018
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