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South African in danger zone of loosing the first test match

South Africa is close to loose the first test match against Pakistan at the end of third day of first test match at Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.


South Africa is in big trouble as they are 72 for four at the end of the day and is still trails by 121 runs.


Pakistan started the play of third day with 263 for three. With the help of captain Misbah-ul-haq’s fourth test hundred (100) Pakistan piled the score of 442 in their first inning with loosing all wicket on reply of South Africa’s 249 for 10 in their first inning.


South Africa who trailed by 193 was at 74 for four at the end of the day.


Saeed Ajmal took 150th test wicket as South African captain Graeme Smith was stumped by wicket-keeper Adnan Akmal on 32.


Bad day started to South African as Jacques Kallis who is celebrating his 38th birthday was trapped lbw off Juniad Khan on Zero.


At the end of day three play AB de Villiers in not out on 11 while night watchman Dale steyn is not out on zero.


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