Karachi Test: Pakistan Vs South Africa 1st Day 3 Review

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Karachi Test: Pakistan vs South Africa 1st Test is currently ongoing and at the end of the day 3 Pakistani bowlers return 4 South African players to the pavilion. The visitors scored 187 for 4, taking a 29-run lead at the end of day 3. In the second innings of the Karachi Test, South Africa ended Pakistan’s 158-run lead with 187 for four at the end of the day. In reply to South Africa’s 220 in the first innings of the Test being played at the National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan managed to score 378 runs and gave the hosts a 158-run lead.

Pakistan Vs South Africa Test 1 Scorecard
Pakistan Vs South Africa Test 1 Scorecard

In the second innings, Dan Elgar and Eden Markram started the innings for the visitors. Elgar fell victim to Yasir Shah after scoring 29, after which Markram and Van der Dawson continued to bat cautiously. Babar Azam gave new life to Yasir Shah’s bowling by dropping Markram’s catch for 27 runs. Van der Dawson and Aiden Markram put on a 127-run partnership, during which they both completed their half-centuries. In the next over, Makram became the victim of Noman Ali by playing an innings of 74 runs.
Yasir Shah took 3 wickets and Noman Ali took one wicket for the national team.

Pakistan Vs South Africa, South Africa Scoreboard

Earlier on the third day, Pakistan started their 1st inning with 308 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. Hassan Ali was dismissed after scoring 24 runs. The last batsman to be dismissed was Noman Ali who fell victim to Maharaj by scoring 24 runs. Yasir Shah remained unbeaten on 38 runs. For South Africa, Kagisu Rabada and Keshu Maharaj took 3.3 wickets while Lingi Nagidi and Enrich Norje took 2.2 wickets each.

Earlier, Pakistan had lost 4 wickets for 33 runs on the first day of the game, but thanks to a brilliant century by Fawad Alam, South Africa managed to take the lead in the first innings. Azhar Ali and Fahim Ashraf scored half centuries while showing responsibility. Azhar Ali returned to the pavilion for 51 runs while Faheem Ashraf was dismissed for 64 runs. On the first day of the Karachi Test, South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first, scoring 220 runs. For Pakistan, Yasir Shah took 3 wickets while debutants Noman Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi took 2 wickets each.

Pakistan vs South Africa Yasir Shah broke Dennis Lilly’s 40-year record

Pakistan Vs South Africa, More wickets in 44 Test matches, Yasir Shah broke Dennis Lilly’s 40-year record. National team leg spinner Yasir Shah has broken the 40-year-old record of former Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee for the most number of wickets in 44 Test matches. Yasir Shah, 34, has taken 233 wickets at an average of 30.51 by the end of play on the third day of the Karachi Test, the second-highest number of wickets taken by any bowler after 44 Test matches. Waqar Younis is fourth with 227 wickets and Dale Steyn is fifth with 224 wickets.

Yasir Shah Best Performer of the Day

It may be recalled that in the first innings of the Test being played at the National Stadium, Karachi, in response to South Africa’s 220 runs, the Pakistani team managed to score 378 runs and the host team took a 158-run lead. In the second innings, Dan Elgar and Eden Markram started the innings for the visitors. Elgar fell victim to Yasir Shah after scoring 29 runs, after which Markram and Van der Dawson continued to bat cautiously.

Babar Azam gave new life to Yasir Shah’s bowling by dropping Markram’s catch for 27 runs. Van der Dawson and Aiden Markram put on a 127-run partnership, during which they both completed their half-centuries. In the next over, Makram became the victim of Noman Ali by playing an innings of 74 runs.

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