Cape Town, Jan 03 (Agencies): Indian speedster Zaheer Khan finally ended the South African innings when he dismissed Jacques Kallis for 161 as he guide Proteas to a magnificent total of 362.

Veteran Jacques Kallis scored an obdurate ton to guide South Africa to 335/9 at lunch on Day 2 of the third and final Test against India after Indian pacers led by S Sreesanth took 5 wickets in the morning session.

Paul Harris’ stubborn resistance came to an end when he was dismissed by Ishant Sharma for 41-ball 7 with a bouncer that flew towards leg-slip position where Pujara completed a simple catch.

S Sreesanth completed a superb 5-wicket haul when he dismissed Morne Morkel for 8 with another swinging ball that took the thick edge of the tailender’s bat through to Dhoni’s gloves behind the wicket.

Meanwhile, a nonchalant Kallis reached his century off 215 balls with nine hits to the fence. This was Kallis’ century number 39 and he is only behind the Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar who slammed his 50th ton in the first Test of the series in Centurion.

Indian seamer S Sreesanth inflicted two blows in the consecutive balls on the South African to take the hosts right back into the game within the first hour on Day 2.

Sreesanth first bowled Prince for 47 with a perfect in-swinger. His beautiful outswinger then induced an edge from wicketkeeper Mark Boucher’s bats to go to captain Dhoni’s gloves.

Prince, who provided a stiff resistance late on the first day, fell pray to Sreesanth’s swinging delivery with the new ball which was taken a few overs earlier by M S Dhoni.

In the next ball, the pacer got one beautiful outswinger again which ended the stumper’s innings for a first-ball duck.

Zaheer, then bounced out opposite number Dale Steyn with a perfect delivery that took the Proteas bowler by surprise for duck.

India would be hoping to get some early wickets and gain the advantage on the second day of the third and final Test against South Africa being played here at Newlands.

South Africa, who were put in to bat by Indian skipper MS Dhoni, were 232/4 at the ned of play on a rain-interrupted first day.

On Sunday, an indomitable Jacques Kallis played a gritty knock of unbeaten 81, after Hashim Amla played a counter-attacking 59, to guide South Africa to 232/4.

 Kallis, coming at a difficult situation after South Africa lost both the openers without their score reaching 40, played yet another sensible knock under-pressure and remained rock solid at the end of Day 1 to deny Indian pacers not more than four wickets on a wet day when Indian faster bowlers made all the good noises.