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South Africa ends first innings 183 all out

South Africa ends first innings 183 all out

South Africa missed the chance to build a substantial first-innings lead over Pakistan on Saturday in the third and deciding test when it lost its last five wickets for 52 runs.
South Africa slumped to 183 all out, a lead of 26 runs following Pakistan's first-innings dismissal on Friday's first day at Newlands.
After South Africa resumed on, 131-5, Ashwell Prince was caught by Mohammad Hameed off Kaneria for 19 in the third over of the day. Paul Harris was caught for 1 in the slips by Younis Khan off Asif two balls later and Andrew Hall faced 15 balls before being caught behind by Kamran Akmal off Kaneria for 4.
Mark Boucher and Dale Steyn took South Africa pass Pakistan's total in the 51st over, but Mohammad Asif's pace and Danish Kaneria's spin continued to prove too much.
Steyn was run out and Makaya Ntini was last man out for 3, as Boucher finished the innings with 40 _ a total second only to captain and opener Graeme Smith's 64 on Friday.


Updated : 2020-12-04 21:36 GMT+08:00