Ben Stokes traps Rassie van der Dussen in front

Rassie

Aryan Surana

South Africa went to Stumps on Day 2 in a commanding position at 289/7, having secured a crucial 124-run lead after bunding England out for only 165 earlier in the day. With the ball, Kagiso Rabada stood out with figures of 5 for 52 while Sarel Erwee's 73 and a 72-run stand between Jansen and Maharaj ensured that the visitors finished the day in the ascendancy. Post Tea, Ben Stokes produced an inspiring spell. A well Erwee was taken out by a lifter and Rassie van der Dussen sent packing with an in-ducker that hit the pad bang in front.