S. Africa need 149 runs to win as Olivier triggers Pakistan batting collapse
CENTURION: Victory is well within South Africa’s sights as the Proteas managed to skittle Pakistan out for a modest 190 on the 2nd day of the first Test.
Pakistan were comfortably placed at 100-1 on tea when the rest of the nine wickets fell for only 90 runs.
The last session of the Test match completely belonged to South Arcia as they took nine wickets for 90 runs with Duanne Olivier (5-59) leading the way with his five-hauler.
Rabada picked up three wickets to contribute in South Africa’s stellar bowling performance. Azhar Ali (zero), Asad Shafiq (six), Babar Azam (six) and Sarfraz Ahmed (zero) were not able to stay on the pitch for long and support Shan Masood who stood his ground at 65.