Proteas star Dale Steyn produced one of the best swing-bowling displays on South African soil when he steered his team to victory in the second Test match against Australia in 2014.
A bowling change by captain Graeme Smith proved the difference during the final session of day four in Port Elizabeth.
Australia were chasing 448 for victory, after centuries by AB de Villiers, JP Duminy and Hashim Amla across the Proteas’ two innings left the visitors with a daunting target.
Michael Clarke’s men made a good start, though, by ticking to 156-3 before Steyn was reintroduced into the attack from the Park Drive end of St George’s Park.
Steyn found the edge of Clarke’s bat, the ball flying to a diving Faf du Plessis in the slips before he sent Steve Smith packing for a rare golden duck with a superb in-swinging delivery, trapping the right-hander in front.
A few overs later Steyn would deliver a peach as he knocked over wicket-keeper Brad Haddin for one, with another brilliant in-swinger beating him between bat and pad.
The fast bowler would pick up his fourth scalp later on and, together with Vernon Philander and the odd wicket by Dean Elgar, helped the Proteas to a 231-run victory to level the series at 1-1.