Result: Pakistan finish 253-5 against South Africa

Pakistan end the first day of the second Test against South Africa with 253 runs for five in 90 overs.

Pakistan ended the second Test against South Africa with 253 runs for five in 90 overs.

After losing four wickets before lunch, Pakistan slowly recovered to move to 133-4 at tea.

Asad Shafiq put in a fine performance alongside Younis Khan to bring Pakistan to 163-4.

Khan played a sweep off Dean Elgar to notch up his 21st Test hundred, before falling to Vernon Philander after making 111 runs.

Shafiq remained unbeaten on 111 as it ended 253-5 on the first day.

South Africa's Morne Morkel celebrates with team-mates on November 24, 2012
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