Pakistan hold lead despite SA fightback! | Pakistan vs South Africa | Second Test, Day 3 Highlights

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South Africa left-arm spinner George Linde took three wickets to reduce Pakistan to 129-6 on day three of the second Test but the home side hold a lead of 200 in a finely-balanced clash in Rawalpindi.

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