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Southafrica vs Pakistan 3rd Test: at Johanneburg. Jan 11-15,2019

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Any lead of 250 and SA whitewash of Pak confirmed

 

Anyway this game was over on the 1st session of day 1, when SA scored 100 runs in single session

 

And Pak got lucky in day 2 morning session, when SA dropped 4 catches and missed easy run out 

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9 hours ago, Vijy said:

A pity Pakistani are not playing Oz soon. Once Smith & Warner are back, and with the same attack as now, I expect another whitewash of the Boyz if they visit down under.

pak vs Aus will ( in Asia) play 5 ODI in march just before IPL

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12 hours ago, putrevus said:

If Pakistan win this test then, it will take out the sheen off Indian win there.How can SA from 226/3  on tea on first day end up in situation like this .

 

 

when the ball reverse pakistan number 1 we not have bowler in caliber of waqar and other present one..

 

our batting far more better than pakistan in overseas.Pakistan dismissed for 49 here in last tour.

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21 hours ago, Nikhil_cric said:

Steyn was clocking 90 mph even after bowling a lot of overs in the previous test. I can't remember another bowler doing that at the age of 35.5 andesspecially  not in the 3rd or later spells. Closest is probably another Saffer - Allan Donald 

 

Not Donald.

 

Remember him clocking a fastest of 138 kph in a test on their 1999-2000 tour.  In the same test  Nantie Hayward clocked 148 kph.

 

Donald was 32 then.

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18 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

Not Donald.

 

Remember him clocking a fastest of 138 kph in a test on their 1999-2000 tour.  In the same test  Nantie Hayward clocked 148 kph.

 

Donald was 32 then.

I remember thommo was quite quick even at 35 (in 1985), even if not peak pace.

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3 hours ago, express bowling said:

 

Not Donald.

 

Remember him clocking a fastest of 138 kph in a test on their 1999-2000 tour.  In the same test  Nantie Hayward clocked 148 kph.

 

Donald was 32 then.

Donald was clocking upto 141/142 at the age of 35 in his final test series against OZ in 01/02 . 1999/2000 - Are you talking about the controversial tour of SA by England?

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Moral dilemma for padosis. Their team is getting spanked hard but Amla bhai's average is getting a boost, whether to cry or celebrate? Best they can hope for is to get SA all out quick but at the same time for bhai to remain not out. This way it will be Dil Dil Pakistan and Ummah ka Chummah both simultaneously :dance:

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