Rawalpindi Test 3rd day; Pakistan scored 129 runs for the loss of 6 wickets, leading by 201 runs
In the second Test, South Africa were bowled out for 201 in the first innings, while at the end of the third day, the national team has scored 129 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.
In the first innings of the second Test being played in Rawalpindi, Pakistan were bowled out for 272, in response to which the visitors were bowled out for 201 and the hosts had a 71-run lead which has now reached 201.
The opening batsmen of the national team against South Africa also failed in the second innings. Imran Butt returned to the pavilion without opening an account, Abid Ali’s resistance died at 13 runs. Captain Babar Azam fell victim to left-arm spinner Maharaj for the third time in the series, he was out after scoring 8 runs.
Left-arm spinner George Linde traps the national team batsmen in his spin net. Azhar Ali (33), Fawad Alam (12) and Faheem Ashraf (29) fell victim to Linda. For South Africa, George Linde took three wickets, Keshu Maharaj two and Kagiso Rabada one.