Pakistan bowled out South Africa for 249 in the first session of Day Two, before taking lunch at 77 for no loss in the first Test at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi. Pakistan trail the Proteas by 172 runs.
Pakistan needed just 19 balls to wrap up South Africa’s innings, who were on an overnight score of 245 for eight. Hashim Amla, who had scored a ton on the first day, lasted all of two deliveries before he edged Mohammad Irfan to Younis Khan at second slip, without adding to his score of 118. Off-spinner Saeed Ajmal then foxed Dale Steyn with a doosra to wrap up the innings on 249.
Pakistan’s openers Khurram Manzoor (41 not out) and Shan Masood (36 not out) then stuck together until the end of the session, to wipe off 77 runs of their deficit.
South Africa 249 (Hashim Amla 118, Jean Paul Duminy 57; Zulfiqar Babar 3 for 89) lead Pakistan 77 for no loss (Khurram Manzoor 41*) by 172 runs.