Saeed Ajmal took all five wickets as Pakistan finished on top on the second day of the second Test against South Africa at Newlands on Friday. South Africa were struggling at 139 for five at the close, still 199 runs behind Pakistan's first innings of 338.

Ajmal took five for 41. -Photos by AFP

South Africa
South Africa's Morne Morkel reacts to a bad ball. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan cricketer Muhammad Irfan plays a shot off the bowled of unseen South African cricketer Jacques Kallis. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan cricketer Muhammad Irfan plays a shot off the bowled of unseen South African cricketer Jacques Kallis. -Photo by AFP
South African cricketer Hashim Amla avoids a bouncer. -Photo by AFP
South African cricketer Hashim Amla avoids a bouncer. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan cricketer Saeed Ajmal celebrates the wicket of South African Jacques Kallis. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan cricketer Saeed Ajmal celebrates the wicket of South African Jacques Kallis. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan cricketer Asad Shafiq looks back as he was caught out on 111 runs bowled by unseen South African cricketer Vernon Philander. -Photo by AFP
Pakistan cricketer Asad Shafiq looks back as he was caught out on 111 runs bowled by unseen South African cricketer Vernon Philander. -Photo by AFP
South African cricketer Alviro Petersen (2nd L) is congratulated by teammates for the wicket of unseen Pakistani cricketer Sarfraz Ahmed. -Photo by AFP
South African cricketer Alviro Petersen (2nd L) is congratulated by teammates for the wicket of unseen Pakistani cricketer Sarfraz Ahmed. -Photo by AFP
A Pakistan cricketer and the umpire check the ball before it was changed. -Photo by AFP
A Pakistan cricketer and the umpire check the ball before it was changed. -Photo by AFP
South African cricketer Jacques Kallis walks off after scoring two runs. -Photo by AFP
South African cricketer Jacques Kallis walks off after scoring two runs. -Photo by AFP

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mohammad ilyas
Feb 16, 2013 08:06am
second day belonged to Pakistan so there should have been a snap of Ajmal making life difficult for s Africans