South Africa in position of strength

South Africa did just enough to keep a determined Pakistan attack at bay and reach a position of strength after two days in the third and final Castle Lager test at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday.By the end of a second consecutive topsy-turvy day during which 13 wickets fell, the Proteas had moved along to 135 for five, which puts them 212 runs ahead of the visitors with all of three days remaining in the match.

( Read Morning ) [via @SuperSportTV]

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