Amla half-century propels South Africa against Pakistan
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It took just 17 overs before off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was introduced but he was attacked immediately by the batsmen, who were eager not to let him settle after his 10-wicket haul in Cape Town.
Ajmal's four overs cost 20 runs as the Proteas pair used their feet well to launch him over the inner ring.
South Africa lead the three-match series 2-0 having won the first test in Johannesburg by 211 runs, before completing the series win with a four wicket victory in Cape Town.
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