South Africa is leading 212 runs against Pakistan in Johannesburg test. Experienced Hasim Amla and Wicket Keeper Batsman Quinton de Cock will rise 212 runs lead on the third day in Johannesburg.
Pakistan ends their inning at 185 runs in Johannesburg. Protea pacers didn’t palliate the provocation of their pace attack. In the fourth over Philander made caught behind opener Shan Masood and Azhar Ali back to back. All-rounder Mohammad Abbas and Asad Shafique went back to the pavilion Duanne Oliver.
Babar Azam (49) and Pak Captain Sharfaraz Ahmed (50) were the pickups of Duanne Oliver and Rabada. Then none of the batsmen came to the enrich score. Their inning ends up at 185 only.
Duanne Oliver got five wickets and led the wicket-taking festival. Picking three Philander companied him well. Rabada picked the rest two Pak batsmen.
South Africa started leading 77 runs on the second day. Captain Dean Elgar went back to the pavilion 24 on the scoreboard. Adding 5 runs on the scoreboard another opener Aiden Markram ended his inning at 21. Theunis de Bruyn and Zubayr Hamza also disappointed the team.
Temba Bavuma tried to make the partnership longer with Hasim Amla but failed. Then Wicket Keeper Batsman Quinton de Cock 32 runs partnership with Hashim Amla. Hasim Amla scored 42* runs with eight boundaries and de Cock has 34* from 35 balls. Both will protract the lead on the third day.
Faheem Ashraf picked two wickets. Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Abbas, and Shadab Khan picked one wicket each.
Finally, South Africa is leading 212 runs against Pakistan in Johannesburg test