The pathetic time for matches Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed in Test continues. In the first test against South Africa in Centurion, Sarfraz Ahmed was sent away for a duck as he remained only five minutes and played only four deliveries. As a Captain of Pakistan Sarfraz was cleanly bowled by fast bowler Dunne Oliver who is hardly played in six test matches. Pakistani batsman who was going through the good performance like Babar Azam(71) and Azhar Ali (36) and the rest of them in the batting order played with distressful performance. The people busy to troll on Twitter against Sarfraz for not heading the Pakistani team appropriately.

As Pakistan was all out in 181 runs on the first day of the first Test against South Africa at SuperSport Park Olivier claimed a maiden Test five-wicket haul. As a fifth choice, a fast bowler of South Africa Olivier effectively took six runs for 37 for stealing the spotlight on the day while Dale Steyn became South Africa directing all-time break through wicket-taker. After taking the wicket of Fakhar Zaman Steyn to claim the South African record but had no further success. He was inflicted for 40 runs in four overs in his third spell on the day as Azam started attack while batting with the tail. Azam strike ten of his 15 fours off Steyn, who completed with one for 66.

Oliver, who achieved his sixth Test cap pursuing wounds to Vernon Philander and Lungi Ngidi, was persistently vicious, especially in a seven-over after lunch while he tugged through the middle order of Pakistan, taking three wickets for 17.

Steyn demanded 422 Test wicket, over the past previous record holder Shaun Pollock, while Fakhar Zaman encircled him to third slip for 12, inflaming high-spirited celebrations from his team-mates. Kagiso Rabada raised his new-ball partner onto his shoulders as other players ran over into congratulating him.

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