Kagiso Rabada taking the wicket of Mitchell Marsh in the first over of day four at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth is our Play of the Day.
The Proteas would have wanted to make an early statement, having ended day three with their noses slightly in front, and they got just that when Marsh was beaten by Rabada’s pace.
The ball that removed Marsh nipped in off the seam from outside off and clipped his back thigh before knocking off stump, giving South Africa a brilliant start.
It was Rabada’s fourth wicket of the innings and ninth of the match, and it brought about the collapse of the Australian tail to ensure that South Africa only had 101 to chase for victory.
Rabada, who would go on to pick up another two wickets and finish the game with figures of 11-150, was named the Man of the Match as South Africa sealed the six-wicket win that saw them level the four-match Test series 1-1.
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