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Taskin hit after Mirage, lost 6 wickets. Africa

After Keegan Petersen and Kyle Vereina, Mehdi Hassan Miraj also returned to Wine Mulder. Proteas got confused in his off-spin by these three batsmen.

Mulder became the third victim of Miraj after catching Yasir Ali for 11 off 42 balls. South Africa lost the sixth wicket for 18 runs.

Then pacer Taskin Ahmed hit the Proteas camp. His second victim was Keshab Maharaj who returned to the dressing room as the seventh batsman.

Proteas captain Dean Elgar formed a 48-run partnership with Sarel Erwick in the opening over after batting 89 runs in the second innings. Sarel became lbw off Ebadat Hossain for just 7 runs off 51 balls.

Dean Elgar got his life for the first time in the welfare of Nazmul Hossain Shantar even after catching the ball of Miraj for 34 runs. The Proteas captain survived the slip catch again. This time Yasir Ali missed his catch.

When Elgar returned to LBW with 116 runs for the team after getting life twice, his personal collection was 74 runs. He made 6 runs in the first innings.

Mehdi Hasan Miraj then hit the South African camp one after another. Keegan Petersen, Kyle Vereina and One Mulder returned as the third, fifth and sixth batsmen. Ebadat Hossain returned the fourth batter Timba Bavuma in the middle. And Taskin returned Keshab Maharaj as the seventh batsman.

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