Zimbabwe in trouble at tea against South Africa

Zimbabwe are reduced to 141-7 at tea on day four of their Test against South Africa in Harare.

Zimbabwe have lost five further wickets at tea on day four of their Test against South Africa in Harare.

The hosts started the afternoon session on 80-2 before ending on 141-7, a score that has put them level with South Africa's first-innings tally of 397.

Mark Vermeulen (21), Vusi Sibanda (45), Brendan Taylor (5), Regis Chakabva (15) and Sean Williams (3) were all dismissed after lunch as the Zimbabweans crumbled under pressure from the Proteas.

Morne Morkel and Dane Piedt both took two wickets each for the tourists, while Dale Steyn also got in on the act.

Richmond Mutumbami (15 not out) and John Nyumbu (four not out) will resume at the crease when play gets back underway.

South Africa cricketer Dale Steyn celebrates with teammates after he dismissed Sri Lankan batsman Lahiru Thirimanne during the third day of the opening Test match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at the Galle International Cricket Stadium in Galle on Ju
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