At the end of the second day of the Karachi Test, Pakistan have scored 308 runs with the loss of eight wickets while leading by 88 runs against South Africa.
Fawad Alam was the highest scorer with 109 runs followed by Faheem Ashraf (64), Azhar Ali (51) and Mohammad Rizwan (33).
From South African side, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Lungi Ngidi and Keshav Maharaj took 2 wickets each.
On the first day, Proteas were bowled out for 220 however, they managed to get four early dismissals of Pakistan. The second day started with longstanding partnership between Azhar Ali and Fawad Alam. Later on Mohammad Rizwan and Faheem Ashraf also contributed with Fawad Alam as he scored his Test career’s third century. Ashraf and Azhar also scored half-centuries.
Hassan Ali (11 runs) and Nauman Ali (6 runs) are still at the crease with two more wickets remaining. The five-day long game will resume tomorrow on its third day.