Pakistan Again Struggle Against South Africa Pace Attack

Pakistan Again Struggle Against South Africa Pace Attack

Cape Town : South Africa | Feb 14, 2013 at 4:21 AM PST
Source: International Herald Tribune
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Pakistan again failed to come to terms with South Africa's fearsome pace attack when they struggled to 60 for four at lunch on the first day of the second test on Thursday. The fiery pace of Dale Steyn, coupled with the impeccable line, length and movement of Vernon Philander and the... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
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