PTV Sports telecast Pakistan vs South Africa 1st Test 3rd Day highlights on 3rd Feb 2013. South Africa declared their innings at 275 Runs with a ton by AB de Villiers and set a target of 479 Runs for Pakistan to chase. Watch exclusive PAK v SA Highlights of first test match day 3 recorded video. Pakistan started their batting, Philander struck with the wicket of Mohammad Hafeez who nicked the ball to his leg side to the keeper. It’s not such a good delivery to take the wicket but the time didn’t look good for Hafeez as he just managed to score 2 runs.
Pakistan vs South Africa Highlights
With Azhar Ali joining Nasir Jamshed, they both played watchfully and whenever they get the bad balls, they have managed to keep them away for the boundary. Azhar Ali was as solid as he used to be and Nasir Jamshed has played few beautiful shots.
With things looking better for Pakistan, Smith gave the ball back to his best man Steyn and the rest of the things followed. Steyn was at his best again and his fiery bowling resulted in the wicket of Nasir Jamshed for a well-earned 46 runs. Younis Kjan, who is on a pair joined Azhar Ali in the middle.
Kallis, who is bowling brilliantly with no fruits at the other end soon struck with the wicket of Azhar Ali in front of the wickets for 18 runs. Younis Khan, who managed to escape the pair too didn’t last long in the middle as Morkel who replaced Steyn at one end struck.
Morne bowled a very good delivery for which Younis tried to take the bat away from the line and got the thin edge which carried to the keeper and de Villiers did no mistake and took the catch. Younis was out for 15 and in comes Asad Shafiq who joins Misbah-ul-Haq. Both these players managed to stay at the wicket till the tea with Pakistan on 104 for 6.
We are just into the last session of the day and should see if Pakistan can manage to take the game into the fourth day or if South African bowlers can windup the rest of the Pakistan batsmen by the end of day. Interesting session going on and stay tuned for more updates..Comments: