Pakistan Vs South Africa 3rd Test Day 3: Pakistan Require 228 Runs To Win
Babar Azam & Asad Shafiq helped Pakistan achieve 153/3 at the end of day’s play. The guests require another 228 runs to win with 7 wickets in hand. Pursuing a mammoth total of 381 runs, Pakistani openers Imam-ul-Haq and Shan Masood gave Pakistan a solid beginning.
The pair included a 67-run partnership for the 1st wicket. In any case, Dale Steyn struck twice in two overs to drive Pakistan on back foot. Imam was the first batsman to be dismissed in the twentieth over.
Shan likewise neglected to oppose the South African assault, as he missed the mark in the 24th over. Duanne Olivier gave guests the third blow as he expelled Azhar Ali when he was on 15.
Prior in the day, South African wicketkeeper-batsman Quniton de Kock finished his fourth Test century before South Africa were dismissed for 303. The left-hand batsman scored 129 runs in 138 balls, which included 18 fours and one six.
Scorecard – Pakistan Vs South Africa:
South Africa’s 2nd Innings: 303 all out (80.3 Overs, RR: 3.76)
Pakistan’s 2nd Innings (continued): 153/3 (40 Overs, RR: 3.82)
Social Media Reactions – Pakistan Vs South Africa 3rd Test Day 3:
— PTV Green Sports (@ptvgreensports) January 13, 2019
Pakistan’s first 50 runs opening partnership in South Africa for 16 years! The previous one was 20 innings ago between Saleem Elahi and Taufeeq Umar in year 2002. #RSAvPak
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) January 13, 2019
De Kock, Steyn put South Africa on course in final Test against Pakistan
Needing 381 runs to win, Pakistan were 153 for three at the close on the third day. pic.twitter.com/XNZIJ1k0IR
— Sports of Pak (@SportsOfPak) January 13, 2019
Pakistan close day three in Johannesburg on 153/3, trailing by 227 after Quinton de Kock’s 129 helped South Africa set the visitors a daunting target of 381 to win.#SAvPAK scorecard ➡️ https://t.co/J2BtaqDUUm pic.twitter.com/uFf27fx4VM
— chowdri Ali Hamza (@iamalihamxa) January 13, 2019
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