Pakistan vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 3 Cricket Live Streaming
South Africa are 184-6 after 72 overs on day three of the second Test in reply to Pakistan's total of 338 at Sahara Park Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday.
Run scoring may be difficult against Ajmal but the South Africans are at ease against the pacers with AB de Villiers executing a lovely cover drive for a boundary off Gul while new batsman Robin Petersen almost opens his account with a boundary.
AB de Villiers caps an expensive Gul over by virtually cutting him over the slip cordon for his fifth boundary.
Saeed Ajmal strikes in the 10th over of the third morning picking up his sixth wicket inducing Dean Elgar to attempt an expansive drive which loops to Younis Khan at slip for his second catch of the innings.
Elgar goes for 23 after facing 83 balls and hitting two boundaries during his sixth wicket stand of 55 in 97 minutes with AB de Villiers which is the highest partnership of the South African innings.
AB de Villiers is dropped on 37 by Azhar Ali at gully off Umar Gul with South Africa on 164 for five
Dean Elgar glances Umar Gul straying down the leg side to the fine leg boundary to bring up the 50 partnership for the sixth wicket in 139 balls with AB de Villiers.
Dean Elgar picks up his first boundary of the morning by square cutting Saeed Ajmal to bring up the 150 of the South African innings in the 64th over.
AB de Villiers has hit the first boundary of the morning rocking back and cutting Umar Gul past backward point.
Saeed Ajmal continues after having bowled unchanged from the second day afternoon as Pakistan look to wrap up the innings and get a crucial lead in a bid to level the series.
Umar Gul bowls a maiden to Dean Elgar to begin proceedings on the third morning at Sahara Park Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday.
Pakistan hold the whiphand when South African resume on day three of the second Test at Newlands on Saturday still trailing by 199 runs with five wickets in hand.