South Africa have got two wickets on Day 2 after Dale Steyn struck on his comeback © AFP
South Africa have got two wickets on Day 2 after Dale Steyn struck on his comeback © AFP

After being bowling out South Africa for 263, New Zealand ended Day Two of First Test at 15 for 2 on rain interrupted day at Durban. Catch the live cricket streaming of the match on tensports.com, while the live telecast of the match is available on Ten 2. Also enjoy the live streaming of the match on your mobile through Ditto TV app. Dale Steyn was back in action after staying away from International cricket due to injury. He picked two wickets before the rains stopped the play. New Zealand are now trailing by 248 runs. Steyn dismissed off both the opening batsman Martin Guptill and Tom Latham for single digits. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: South Africa vs New Zealand, 1st Test at Durban

Steyn had Tom Latham caught at first slip by Hashim Amla for four off the second ball of his fourth over. He followed up in his next over with a full in-swinger which trapped Martin Guptill leg before wicket for seven. Latham added only one run after being dropped off Philander. Guptill survived an appeal for leg before wicket off Steyn’s fourth ball of the innings when he was on two. Umpire Richard Illingworth turned down the appeal and South Africa decided not to seek a review. Replays showed the ball was clipping leg stump in the ‘umpire’s call’ area so a review would have failed. Earlier, it took New Zealand ten overs to take South Africa’s remaining two wickets after rain delayed the start by 50 minutes. ALSO READ: Day 2 Report: Rain, Steyn keep New Zealand to 15-2

Tim Southee struck with the eighth ball of the day when he bowled Steyn before South Africa had added to their overnight total of 236 for eight. Kagiso Rabada and Dane Piedt added 27 runs for the last wicket despite New Zealand taking the second new ball, which enabled Southee and Trent Boult to gain extravagant movement in the overcast conditions. Rabada, who was dropped by Southee at third slip off Boult when he had 16, battled his way to an unbeaten 32 before Piedt was last man out, caught behind off Boult for nine. Boult finished with figures of three for 52.