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| Test cricket: Australia all out for 466 v South Africa 85-3|
| Updated at: 0210 PST, Saturday, February 28, 2009|
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa struggled to handle Australia's seam attack on a tricky Wanderers pitch, limping to 85 for three at the close of the second day of the first test on Friday.
The visitors were bowled out for 466 and South Africa's reply got off to the worst possible start when captain Graeme Smith went for a duck in the first over, edging an away swinger from Mitchell Johnson to wicketkeeper Brad Haddin.
Fellow opener Neil McKenzie finished unbeaten on 35 after watching from the other end as Hashim Amla made one and Jacques Kallis 27. AB de Villiers was 13 not out.
Ben Hilfenhaus claimed his first test wicket, in the second over of the innings, when Amla edged another away swinger into the hands of skipper Ricky Ponting at slip.
Kallis became the eighth batsman to score 10,000 test runs, and the first South African, before going on to hit three successive boundaries off Peter Siddle.
Siddle had the last laugh, though, as Mike Hussey caught the all-rounder in the gully. Left-arm paceman Johnson finished with an outstanding return of one for eight from nine overs.
Earlier, a debut century by Marcus North and a ferocious onslaught from Johnson lifted Australia.