Pietersen out, Kallis missing
Kevin Pietersen fell for 149 on the second ball bowled during the fourth morning of the second Test between England and South Africa.
Morne Morkel claimed the wicket of Pietersen, lbw, on Sunday morning.
Graeme Smith was fit to take the field for South Africa, but had to do so without Jacques Kallis, who has a back spasm.
Smith hurt his left knee in the field on Saturday night, and there are concerns about possible cartilage trouble.
But the South Africa captain has not been sent for a scan - and after having his knee strapped up and passing a light fitness test, he was available to lead the tourists into a pivotal fourth day at Headingley.
Kallis, however, was unable to field or bowl on Sunday. The absence of his back-up seam bowling was a potentially significant disadvantage.
Pietersen had played outstandingly well on Saturday to take the hosts to 351 for five in response to the tourists' 419 all out. After his dismissal, Bresnan came in to partner Matt Prior (20no).
Alviro Petersen, who has a grade one hamstring strain, will not field again in this match but should be able to bat if required later in South Africa's second innings.