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Pakistan vs South Africa: Van der Dussen, Markram give Proteas hope in Rawalpindi
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The Proteas squad during the second test against Pakistan at Rawalpindi. Image: PCB Xtra Time Web Desk: George Linde’s maiden career five-for (64-5) followed by one of South Africa’s best batting performances of their tour to Pakistan thus far helped them reach stumps on day four of the second Test in an encouraging position in Rawalpindi on Sunday.  Aiden Markram and Rassie van der Dussen were at the heart of the action after sharing in an unbroken 94-run second-wicket partnership that took the Proteas to the close on 127 for one chasing a fourth innings target of 370.  That left them needing a further 243 on the final day with nine wickets still in hand, an excellent position considering what had transpired earlier on the penultimate day when Mohammad Rizwan’s first career century looked to have put the hosts out of sight.  But thanks to Markram’s ninth career 50, the opener was unbeaten on 59 off 131 balls (9 fours, 2 sixes), and van der Dussen’s 48 off 94 balls, the final day promised to be an intriguing one at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium where the tourists were looking for a victory that would help them earn a share of the series.  Earlier the hosts were bundled out for 298 runs after starting Day 4 on 129/6.  Rizwan spearheaded a remarkable recovery by first establishing a 53-run eighth-wicket stand with Yasir Shah (23) and then adding 97 alongside Nauman Ali (45) for wicket number nine to take the total close to the 300 run mark.  .
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Pakistan vs South Africa: Babar, Fawad partnership steadies the ship on Day 1 of second test
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Pakistan captain Babar Azam on his way to an unbeaten 77 on Day 1 of the 2nd test match against Proteas at Rawalpindi. Image: PCB Media Xtra Time Web Desk: An unbeaten 123 runs partnership between Babar Azam (77) and Fawad Alam (42) saw Pakistan recover from 22 for 3 to end Day 1 of the rain hit first day of the second test match against South Africa at Rawalpindi on Thursday. Proteas slow left-armer Keshav Maharaj had to shoulder some extra responsibility after an injury to George Linde early on in the match, but responded admirably by claiming two for 51 in an excellent 25 overs, although the hosts recovered to reach the close on 145 for three.  Maharaj’s early double, added to a wicket for Anrich Nortje (1/30), had initially put the visitors in control on 22 for three.  But Pakistani captain Babar Azam lead the fightback with an unbeaten 77 (125 balls, 12 fours) and shared in an unbroken 123-run partnership with Fawad Alam (42) that shifted the tide of the game.  The day had started out with the home side, already 1-0 up in the two-match series, winning the toss and opting to bat first at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.  South Africa had drafted in Wiaan Mulder in place of Lungi Ngidi as their only change to their XI, but it was Maharaj that did the early damage – which looked imminent from the time he was introduced to the attack in the eight over and had Imran Butt dropped first ball.  He continued to pose a threat and was rewarded in his third over by drawing an edge from that same batsman that was snapped up by Quinton de Kock for 15.  In his next over, the spinner had Azhar Ali trapped leg before wicket for a duck and Abid Ali (6) departed shortly after caught expertly by Aiden Markram off Nortje at short leg.  That left Pakistan in a big hole after the opening hour.   However, Babar and Fawad then batted together for 43 overs to bring their side right back into the contest, before rain intervened and ended play 32 overs short.    .
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