Aftermath of US/UK/FR attack to Syria (just for information).
MostlyTomahawk cruise missiles was used, also 19 AGM-158B Jassm-ER was fired from the supersonic U.S. Rockwell B-1B Lancer. The British Tornado GR4 fired a total of eight Storm Shadow missiles. French aircrafts fired a total of nine missiles (also Storm Shadow - ?). Total number of missiles in attack wave was reported as 103.
Now concerning syrian anti-air defence (no missiles entered range of air defence systems of russian bases, so nothing was fired from there).
Total missiles fired - 112, targets shot down - 71.
Scores by system:
"Pantsir" (NATO designation - SA-22 Greyhound) - 25 missiles fired, 23 targets hit.
"Buk" (NATO designation - SA-11 Gadfly) - 29 missiles fired, 24 targets hit.
"Osa" (NATO designation - SA-8 Gecko) - 11 missiles fired, 5 targets hit
"S-125" (NATO designation - SA-3 Goa) - 13 missiles fired, 5 targets hit
"S-200" (NATO designation - SA-5 Gammon) - 8 missiles fired, 0 targets hit
"Strela-10" (NATO designation - SA-13 Gopher) - 5 missiles fired, 3 targets hit
"Kvadrat" (NATO designation - SA-6 Gainful) - 21 missiles fired, 11 targets hit
Looks like S-200 is not efficient against low-altitude targets at all, but they shot down jewish fighter not so long ago, so it is not a complete trash yet ;)
Most of syrian SAMs is quite aged, produced in USSR times, but good personnel training pays off and makes it PITA for attacker.
There was notes that shipments of some flavour of S-300 systems for syrian army will be made in a nearest time.