Ollie Robinson accounts for Marco Jansen to complete fifer


Aryan Surana

Once tributes to the Queen and the rendition of "God save the King" were completed, it didn't take England long to dismantle South Africa in overcast conditions. Ollie Robinson struck in the second over, coming from round the wicket to beat skipper Dean Elgar's inside edge to hit timber. James Anderson sent Sarel Erwee back in the next over, getting one to jag away late to graze the outside edge, while Keegan Petersen shouldered arms to be bowled by a Robinson delivery. South Africa were in dire straits at 69/6 at Lunch and their situation didn't improve a jot post the interval, as Robinson brought up his five-wicket haul with the wicket of Marco Jansen.