Pakistan bowlers fight back, bowl South Africa out for 262

Pakistan bowlers fight back, bowl South Africa out for 262
Pakistan’s bowler Mohammad Amir, second right, celebrates the dismissal of South Africa’s batsman Zubayr Hamza (unseen) during the first day of the third Cricket Test match between South Africa and Pakistan in Johannesburg on Jan. 11, 2019. (AFP)
Updated 11 January 2019

Pakistan bowlers fight back, bowl South Africa out for 262

Pakistan bowlers fight back, bowl South Africa out for 262
  • Pakistan made three changes to its squad
  • South Africa retained its four-pronged pace-bowling attack

JOHANNESBURG: Pakistan’s bowlers staged a remarkable turnaround as South Africa were bowled out for 262 on the first day of the third and final Test at the Wanderers Stadium on Friday.
South Africa seemed in control when they reached 226 for three at tea on the best batting pitch of a series they have already clinched by winning the first two Tests.
But seven wickets fell for 36 runs in 19.4 overs after tea, with the wickets shared between Pakistan’s four seamers.
Mohammad Amir finished with two for 36, Mohammad Abbas took two for 44, Hasan Ali took two for 75 and Faheem Ashraf claimed three for 57.