Aiden Markram. Pic/AFP
Aiden Markram helped South Africa race to a strong start before the West Indies fought back on the first day of the second Test in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Left-arm spinner Gudakesh Motie, however, picked up three wickets as South Africa closed on 311 for seven, having slipped from their formidable teatime position of 247-2. Markram (96) and Tony de Zorzi (85) were mainly responsible for SA's healthy position.
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