Umpire Nitin Menon raises the dreaded finger and Deal Elgar walks off shaking his head. He doesn't even think about reviewing this. It was pitched further full from Stuart Broad and Elgar misses the glance to get hit on the front leg adjacent to leg. Was the angle taking it down leg? Elgar and the umpire don't think so and Broad has removed yet another left-handed batter from round the wicket. The South African skipper has to walk back for 36, although he'd rue not challenging the verdict as the ball-tracking shows it to be missing leg.
With that wicket of Dean Elgar, Stuart Broad has now taken 564 Test wickets and moved ahead of Glenn McGrath into fifth on the all-time list.— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) September 11, 2022