Pakistan, needing 490 to win, slumped to 149 for 7 at the close of the fourth day of the inaugural, one-off Test with South Africa in Johannesburg yesterday.
The pace of Fanie de Villiers, Brian McMillan and Allan Donald accounted for five of the wickets, reducing Pakistan to 5 for 3 at one stage. Inzamam-ul-Haq remained unbeaten after a high-class innings of 86. South Africa had earlier taken their overnight161 for 3 to 259 for 7 before declaring at lunch.
(Fourth day: South Africa won toss)
SOUTH AFRICA - First Innings 460 (B M McMillan 113, P S De Villiers 66no, G Kirsten 62)
PAKISTAN - First Innings 230 (Salim Malik 99; De Villiers 6-81).
SOUTH AFRICA - Second Innings (Overnight: 161 for 3)
D J Cullinan not out 69
J N Rhodes c Moin Khan b Wasim Akram 16
J B Commins run out 0
B M McMillan c Salim Malik b Kabir Khan 33
D J Richardson lbw Aqib Javed 0
C E Eksteen not out 2
Extras (b6 lb5 w15 nb6) 32
Total (for 7 dec) 259
Fall (cont): 4-185 5-185 6-251 7-255.
Bowling: Wasim Akram 23-4-53-2; Aqib Javed 26-2-82-2; Aamir Nazir 13-1-55-1.
PAKISTAN - Second Innings Aamir Sohail ct McMillan b De Villiers 0
Saeed Anwar ct De Villiers b Donald 1
Asif Mujtaba ct Richardson b McMillan 26
*Salim Malik lbw b De Villiers 1
Inzamam-ul-Haq not out 86
Ijaz Ahmed ct Richardson b McMillan 1
Moin Khan ct Rhodes b Eksteen 0
Wasim Akram ct Kirsten b Eksteen 11
Kabir Khan not out 4
Extras (b8 lb7 w1 nb3) 19
Total (for 7) 149
Fall: 1-3 2-3 3-5 4-98 5-100 6-101 7-124.
Bowling: Donald 12-2-48-1; De Villiers 16-11-16-2; McMillan 11-1-33-2; Eksteen 19-7-34-2; Cronje 5-2-3-0.Reuse content