The day 2 of the first Test match between Pakistan and South Africa is underway in National Stadium Karachi.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the stadium is crowd less but there are millions watching at home.
The National Stadium pitch seemed to have hushed down as South Africa’s fast bowling and spin attack toiled hard after reducing Pakistan to 33-4 at the close on Tuesday.
The Proteas pacer Kagiso Rabada, who took 2-8 on Tuesday, looked threatening in his 6-over spell but Azhar Ali and Fawad Alam batted cautiously to take Pakistan past the 100-run mark.
But Azhar Ali and Fawad Alam survived scares, with left-arm spinner George Linde coming close to trapping Azhar Ali leg-before on 29, The umpire’s not-out decision was upheld on review.
Azhar Ali after showing stiff resistance preyed of Maharaj at 51 off 151 balls.
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