Ajmal’s five-for puts Pakistan in command, reduces South Africa to 139/5
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Two overs later Ajmal had Alviro Petersen smartly caught at short leg by Azhar Ali, who dived to his right to hold a sharp chance. At tea, Ajmal had taken two for 20. Amla went back on his stumps and was also given out on review before Kallis was dismissed. He was followed by Faf du Plessis, caught at slip off a "doosra" for South Africa's highest score of 28. AB de Villiers and Dean Elgar survived until the close.
Pakistan batted until lunch after resuming at 253 for five, although Philander's early strikes raised the home side's hopes of wrapping up the innings quickly. Philander, who took 5/59, struck with his first ball of the day when Asad Shafiq was caught at first slip without adding to his overnight score of 111.
Brief scores: Pakistan 338 (Asad Shafiq 111, Younis Khan 111; Vernon Philander 5/59, Morne Morkel 2/59), leads South Africa 139/5 in 60 overs (Faf du Plessis 28, Hashim Amla 25; Saeed Ajmal 5/41)
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