PAK VS SA
PAKISTAN IS IN TOO MUCH IN TROUBLE TO WIN THIS TEST MATCH.
SA HAS THE LEAD OF 205 RUNS.
THAT IS TOO MUCH FOR THE PAKISTAN TEAM.
PAKISTAN TEAM SHOULD NEED TO MAKE A GOOD COME BACK IN BOWLING AND BATTING.
ON THE END OF 2ND DAY SA HAS SCORED 382/6.
Q.DE COCK STILL STAND WITH 55 RUNS.
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