Cricket: Pakistan vs South Africa 1st Test Day 2 Live Streaming
Pakistan ruined Graeme Smith's party by bowling out South Africa for 253 on the opening day of the first test at the Wanderers on Friday.
Smith was appearing in his 100th test as captain, on his 32nd birthday, but he had a day to forget as Pakistan cut through the home team's batting by snatching six wickets in the final session.
The visitors then ended the day on six without loss in reply.
There was a cake in the shape of '100' and a rousing rendition of 'happy birthday' from the crowd at tea. However, it was Pakistan who were doing most of the celebrating when stumps were drawn.
Having won the toss and chosen to bat on a track that provided plenty of early encouragement to the bowlers, the home team will be disappointed that all of their top six batsmen got starts without going on to make big scores.
"Our total showed there was always something in the wicket. It never feels flat when you are out there," South Africa batsman Faf du Plessis told a news conference.
"We were looking for about 320, that would have been par. We thought 350 would be a really excellent score."
South Africa were pegged back first by the excellent seam bowling of Junaid Khan and later on by off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez who picked up four for 16.
After a cautious start the hosts edged their way to 46 before a double strike pegged them back.
Alviro Petersen was caught for 20 at third slip by Hafeez off Junaid and four balls later opener Smith edged paceman Umar Gul to wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed on 24.