Rawalpindi: Pakistan lost 6 wickets for 129 runs in their second innings on Saturday on the third day of the second cricket Test against South Africa with an accumulative lead of 200 runs.
South Africa started at 106 for 4 in the morning and their first innings ended at 201 runs. Pakistan had scored 272 runs in the first innings and got a lead of 71 runs on the basis of the first innings.(PIC-UNI)
In the morning, Temba Bavuma (15)started the day with Skipper Quinton de Kock (24) . De Kock was played on for 29 runs. While Mulder was dismissed on 33 and George Linde on 21. Bavuma returned 44 not out off 138 balls with 4fours. For Pakistan, Hasan Ali took five wickets for 54 runs.
Pakistan had a batting collapse in the 2nd innings, Imran Butt 0, Abid Ali 13, Azhar Ali 33, Captain Babar Azam 8, Fawad Alam 12 and Faheem Ashraf were out for 29 runs. Mohammad Rizwan 28 and Hasan Ali were at the crease without opening the account at the time of stumps. (WD)