Vernon Philander dismissing Mitchell Marsh at the Wanderers for his 200th Test wicket is our Play of the Day.
Philander was phenomenal on day five of the fourth Test against Australia. With Kagiso Rabada and Morne Morkel struggling with fatigue, the Proteas seamer stepped up and sealed the Proteas’ 492-run victory.
The 32-year-old started the day on 198 wickets and made it 200 by dismissing both Marsh brothers.
Shaun (seven) got an inside edge on to his pads, which was caught at gully by Temba Bavuma, and Mitchell (duck) nudged at a delivery outside off just two balls later, with Quinton de Kock taking a regulation catch behind the stumps.
Philander, who finished with figures of 6-21, became the fourth-fastest South African to take 200 wickets, behind Dale Steyn, Allan Donald and Shaun Pollock.
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