Petersen erroneously shoulders arms to give Robinson his second

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Aryan Surana

The opening day of the deciding third Test between England and South Africa was washed out after persistent rain at the Kia Oval in London. The second day was suspended following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

With the series level at 1-1, England opted to bowl in what will be a 3-day encounter at The Oval. Ollie Robinson entered the wickets coloumn swiftly, castling Dean Elgar and Keegan Petersen for 1 and 12 respectively. Meanwhile, from the other end, James Anderson had Sarel Erwee nicking behind as South Africa lose their top-order in quick succession.