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Bangladesh were bowled out for a meagre 153 and forced to follow-on on the second day of the first test against South Africa in Bloemfontein yesterday.
Bangladesh, trailing by 288 runs on first innings, reached 20 for one in their second innings at stumps as fast bowler Dale Steyn celebrated another wicket to go with the two he claimed in the first innings.
South Africa, despite losing their last eight wickets for 114 runs, declared their first innings on 441 for nine, and finished the day 268 runs ahead. - Reuters