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Pakistan vs South Africa 1st Test Day 1 Highlights – 1st Feb 2013

Published: February 1, 2013 | No Comment


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Watch Pakistan vs South Africa 1st Test Day 1 Highlights 1st February 2013 at Johannesburg. Pakistan Tour of South Africa 1st Test Highlights 1st day’s play on 1/2/2013. With almost every player in the batting line up is a world class player and have at least few very good performances, the bowlers has more achievements than the batsmen over the past few series. Dale Steyn has been as fiery as he can and is unarguably the best fast bowler in the world. Watch exclusive highlights of Pakistan vs South Africa First Test match day 1.

With Morne Morkel at the other end, they both are undoubtedly the best fast bowling pair in the world right now. Morne uses his height to full advantage and the steep bouncers he bowls will be difficult for the batsmen to play. If opposition thinks of playing safe against the new ball pair, then comes the chief wrecker in form of Vernon Philander. The line and length he bowls and in a decent pace, he makes a very good bowler and the stats will say most of it.

He has been consistent and on the money right from the start of his career. Rory Kleinveld, who got the chance to play in Australia when Vernon got injured have proved himself that he belongs to top level. With very poor performance in his first match, this man has proved that he is here to stay in the second match. Since then, he has utilized every chance he got to the most. With wanderers pitch assisting the fast bowlers, we can’t rule out a chance that Smith might go with all pace attack in the first test. The lone spinner in the squad Robin Peterson is playing his role of stock bowler to perfection and he is capable of picking a wicket or two whenever the conditions assist.

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