Tigers re-enact their Potchefstroom nightmare as South Africa reached 126 for no loss at lunch, 27 runs more than managed in the first Test.
South Africa reach 126 for no loss at lunch on the first day in the second Test between Bangladesh and South Africa at Mangaung, Oval, Bloemfontein.
South Africa’s AB de Villers is set to return to action when he will feature for the South Africa Invitation XI against Bangladesh in a warm up match.
The Tigers’ innings crumble dramatically in the morning session as they were all-out for 90 runs on the fifth day of the first test against the Proteas at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom.
Wickets are falling thick and fast as Bangladesh are eight down against South Africa early on on the fifth day of the first Test match at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom.
In the eyes of the Bangladesh batsmen, Morne Morkel may have grown into a terror taller than his already towering 6’5” frame, but the task facing the Tigers -- scoring 424 to win or batting out a maximum of 141 overs, 15.3 of which have extracted three wickets while yielding just 49 runs -- is taller still.
Bangladesh are facing defeat as South Africa manage to pick up three wickets before tea on the fourth day of the first test between South Africa and Bangladesh at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom.
Opener Imrul Kayes and skipper Mushfiqur Rahim put on 49 runs as Bangladesh recovers from a horrible star. They lost two wickets for no run on the board. The pair added 49 runs for the third wicket before Imrul edge Maharaj behind the wicket for 32. It ended a resolute stand and the umpires called for tea.
Proteas dominate proceedings in the second session despite loss of Hashim Amla and Dean Elgar after lunch on the second day of the first Test against Bangladesh.