Pakistan vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 4 Live Score, PAK v SA 2013
Pakistan lose Asad Shafiq to a freak dismissal bowled by Philander after he played a defensive prod but the ball bounced to disturb his off ball. Pakistan are 148-5 after 64 overs continuing from their overnight 100-3 on the fourth day of the second Test against South Africa at Sahara Park Newlands in Cape Town on Sunday.
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Shafiq made 19 off 29 batting for 51 minutes during a knock which contained three boundaries.
Asad Shafiq attacks Philander punching him over backward point for a welcome boundary.
Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq are playing the waiting game patiently waiting for the loose ball with Peterson trying to exploit the bowling footmark by bowling a legstump line.
Azhar Ali attacks Steyn executing a lovely cover drive to step up the tempo of the Pakistan innings who lead by 142 runs.
Asad Shafiq opens his account by despatching a low full toss from Peterson to midwicket and also pulls another one to boundary.
Azhar Ali is fortunate to stay alive after getting a thick edge of Steyn which falls just short of Kallis at second slip.
Misbah is gone falling to the trap laid by Robin Peterson sweeping the left arm spinner only getting a top edge to Graeme Smith at short fine leg.
Misbah made 44 off 111 balls with three sixes and four boundaries but may have blown Pakistan's hopes of setting a big target for South Africa.
It ended a promising partnership of 69 for the fourth wicket between Misbah and Azhar Ali.
Azhar Ali completes his 14th Test fifty and fourth against South Africa by driving Philander for a couple of runs.
It came off 150 balls and contained six boundaries.
South Africa are unsuccessful with a decision review appealing for a catch off Misbah ul Haq who got a bottom edge off Peterson which bounced off the ground into Kallis.
Misbah is taking on Robin Peterson sweeping him to fine leg for the second boundary of the morning.
Misbah edges Philander through the slips for the first boundary in the fourth over of the day.
Vernon Philander also bowls a fine over as Misbah ul Haq plays and misses fishing tentatively outside the off stump.
Dale Steyn opens proceedings on day four by sending down a maiden to Misbah ul Haq.
Pakistan will be aiming to drive home the advantage and set South Africa a difficult target when they resume on 100 for three in their second innings on day four of the second Test at Sahara Park Newlands in Cape Town on Sunday.
The visitors aiming to square the series after having lost the first Test by 211 runs, are ahead by 112 runs with Azhar Ali (45) and Misbah ul Haq (36) getting on top of the South African attack.