KARACHI:Karachi: South Africa picked up four quick wickets as Pakistan fell to 33-4 at stumps on Day 1 of the opening Test here at National Stadium.
Pakistan lost four wickets in quick succession to South Africa on the opening day of the first Test in Karachi’s National Stadium on Tuesday after bowling out the Proteas for 220.
Imran Butt, Abid Ali, Babar Azam, and Shaheen Afridi were sent back to the pavilion as Pakistan chased the 220-run target during the first face-off of the two-match series marking South Africa’s first tour to the country in 14 years.
Spinners Yasir Shah (3-54) and debutant Nauman Ali (2-38) derailed the tourists on a brownish pitch after South Africa won the toss and batted.
Dean Elgar top-scored with 58 while George Linde made 35.