58-run opening stand powers South Africa’s response

South Africa’s admirable comeback, that began in the final session on Day 3, continued into the fourth morning at The Oval as Marco Jansen completed his maiden five-wicket haul while Kagiso Rabada walked away with four wickets to bowl England out for 158. A solid 58-run opening stand powered South Africa’s reply in the second innings as the visitors went into Lunch on Sunday at 70/1, leading by 30. The South African openers made a good fist of thing, especially skipper Dean Elgar who dealt in boundaries, as South Africa needed only nine overs to wipe out the deficit.

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WT20 2024
G46 WI v USA, Barbados (WLW)
22nd June
Start time: 1:30 am BST
G47 BAN v IND, Antigua
22nd June
Start time: 3:30 pm BST
G48 AFG v AUS, St Vincent (WLW)
23rd June
Start time: 1:30 am BST

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