POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa (Reuters) – South Africa need seven wickets on the last day to secure victory in the first Test and go ahead in the two-match series as Bangladesh struggled on a rain-curtailed fourth day at Senwes Park on Sunday.Morne Morkel snagged two wickets in the first over of Bangladesh’s second innings and they were 49 for three at stumps, still 375 runs shy of an improbable victory.South Africa, who had started the day 54-2, declared their second innings on 247 for six, with captain Faf du Plessis scoring 81 and Temba Bavuma 71.A partnership of 142 between the pair pushed along the scoring rate as South Africa sought to set Bangladesh a large target, but still give themselves enough time to bowl them out on a pitch that has proven lifeless.Two breaks for rain hastened the decision to declare and when Morkel bowled Tamim Iqbal with the fourth ball of the opening over and then had Mominul Haque trapped leg before two balls later, it seemed all was going to plan for the home team.Mominul had consulted with Imrul Kayes about reviewing the decision to give him out but was persuaded not do so, only for television replays to show Morkel’s delivery was headed well down off and that the umpire had made a poor decision.Morkel then removed the middle stump of Mustafizur Rahman with the second ball of his next over only for TV to show he had bowled a no-ball, reinstating the batsman.It means Morkel now holds the world record of 14 test dismissals being overturned because his foot was over the bowling crease. To add to the ignominy, he was later taken to hospital with a side strain that could rule him out of the rest of the series.Imrul was the third wicket to fall as he was caught behind off the spin bowling of Keshav Maharaj for 32. Captain Mustafizur, not out on 16, and Liton Das will resume on the last day with survival uppermost on the visitors’ agenda. SOUTH AFRICA 1st innings 496 for 3 decl (D. Elgar 199, H. Amla 137, A. Markram 97)Bangladesh 1st innings 320 (M. Haque 77, Mahmudullah 66)South Africa 2nd innings (Overnight: 54-2)A. Markram c Das b M. Rahman 15D. Elgar lbw b Sh. Islam 18H. Amla c Das b M. Rahman 28T. Bavuma c Das b M. Haque 71F. du Plessis lbw b M. Haque 81Q. de Kock st Das b M. Haque 8A. Phehlukwayo not out 6K. Maharaj not out 19Extras (nb-1) 1Total (for 6 wickets declared, 56 overs) 247Fall of wickets: 1-30 D. Elgar,2-38 A. Markram,3-70 H. Amla,4-212 F. du Plessis,5-217 T. Bavuma,6-222 Q. de KockDid not bat: K. Rabada, M. Morkel, D. OlivierBowling: Mehidy Hasan 11 – 1 – 69 – 0,Shafiul Islam 13 – 1 – 46 – 1,Mustafizur Rahman 11 – 2 – 30 – 2,Taskin Ahmed 6 – 0 – 29 – 0(nb-1),Sabbir Rahman 5 – 0 – 25 – 0, Mahmudullah 4 – 0 – 21 – 0, Mominul Haque 6 – 0 – 27 – 3.BANGLADESH 2nd innings (Target: 424 runs)Tamim Iqbal b M. Morkel 0Imrul Kayes c de Kock b Maharaj 32Mominul Haque lbw b M. Morkel 0Mushfiqur Rahim not out 16Extras (nb-1) 1Total (for 3 wickets, 15.3 overs) 49Fall of wickets: 1-0 T. Iqbal,2-0 M. Haque,3-49 I. KayesTo bat: Mahmudullah, L. Das, S. Rahman, M. Hasan, T. Ahmed, M. Rahman, S. IslamBowling: M. Morkel 5.2 – 2 – 19 – 2(nb-1), K. Rabada 5 – 1 – 23 – 0,D. Olivier 2.4 – 0 – 5 – 0, K. Maharaj 2.3 – 0 – 2 – 1.
Beyond blessed. Very excited for this journey. 5 out ❤️ Thanks to everyone who had a hand in this!!! pic.twitter.com/EBSspocjcj— Kyle J Guy (@kylejguy5) April 16, 2019″I set a goal with my brothers when we committed to UVA. Three years later we accomplished that goal of winning a National Championship,” Guy said in a statement. “I also set a goal for myself to play in the NBA.”(Tuesday) I will be declaring for the 2019 draft and signing with an agent. I am diving into this with two feet to achieve my dream but I will leave the option of coming back to school open.” Another Virginia player has declared for the NBA Draft.Junior guard Kyle Guy announced his decision to leave the Cavaliers early, just a couple weeks after the team won its first NCAA Tournament. Related News WNBA Draft 2019: Aces take Jackie Young No. 1, other prospects follow Zion Williamson announces he’s entering 2019 NBA Draft Guy is the latest Cavalier to declare for the draft — teammates Ty Jerome and De’Andre Hunter announced their intentions to go pro Monday.Guy was instrumental in Virginia’s run to the national title and racked up 24 points, three rebounds and one steal in the championship against Texas Tech.He averaged 15.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.1 assists this past season, all career highs.