Pakistan ended day one of the third Test against South Africa with a score of 17 for two wickets at the Wanderer's stadium in Johannesburg.

Earlier in the day, South Africa was bowled out for 262 after they failed to build on the superb foundation laid by opener Aiden Markram. Combined bowling efforts are what saved the day for the visitors in this dead-rubber match of the series.

Day two timings and broadcast details

Abbas and Imam-ul-Haq will walk on to bat when play resumes on day two on Saturday, January 12, 2019.

Ten Sports and PTV Sports will provide the television coverage of the third Test in Pakistan.

The live stream can be watched on in Pakistan.

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Bowlers dominate day one after Markram's knock

Pakistan got the early breakthrough as Proteas stand-in captain Dean Elgar got out in the second over. Hashim Amla and Markram then started building a partnership, with the latter playing the role of an aggressor. After notching up an excellent fifty, Markram looked all set to get a century, but his innings was cut short at 90. Amla batted for a while after that but eventually got out for 41.

Theunis de Bruyn and debutant Zubayr Hamza built another critical partnership for the fourth wicket.

De Bruyn missed his fifty by a single run when he got out with South Africa's score at 229-4. This was precisely when Pakistan managed to come back into the game, and the hosts collapsed.

South Africa ended up losing their last seven wickets for just 33 runs with no healthy contributions from the lower order. Hamza impressed with the bat as he scored 41 runs.

South Africa was bowled out for 262 after being in a stable position once.

For Pakistan, everything fell into place in the last session else there was some ordinary as well. Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Abbas, and Hasan Ali picked up two wickets each while leg-spinner Shadab Khan picked up one scalp. Faheem Ashraf was the most successful bowler with three dismissals to his name.

Pakistan only batted for a short period on day one, but they were put under pressure by Vernon Philander who went on a roll picking up wickets of back-to-back deliveries.

The day ended with Pakistan's score at 17 for 2 and Imam-ul-Haq along with nightwatchman Abbas at the crease.

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