South Africa closing in on victory

South Africa's Dale Steyn appeals
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Pakistan break for tea needing 376 runs with six wickets in hand to win their Test encounter against South Africa.

Pakistan lost three wickets during the afternoon session as they attempt to chase down a victory target of 480 runs against South Africa this afternoon.

The tourists returned from lunch on 47-1 but soon lost Nasir Jamshed, who played a short delivery from Dale Steyn straight into the hands of Alviro Peterson just four runs short of his half century.

Next to go was Azhar Ali as he was trapped lbw by Jacques Kallis with Pakistan on 70-3.

The final wicket of the session to fall was Younus Khan, who was removed by Morne Morkel.

As tea was called, Pakistan were 104-4 - needing 376 more runs to win the Test.

Pakistan batsman Misbah Ul-Haq plays a shot during his team's match against Sri Lanka on July 1, 2012
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