Australia were left in tatters and staring a heavy defeat in the face when they closed day two of the fourth Test on 110-6, still 378 behind the Proteas’ first offering.
Temba Bavuma was cruelly denied his second career hundred, being left stranded on 95 when South Africa were bowled out for 488 on day two at the Wanderers.
An impassive but vital decision by umpire Nigel Llong, which reprieved Aiden Markram, is our Play of the Day.
Based on a career-best century by Aiden Markram, the Proteas closed day one in a powerful position against Australia at 313-6 on day one of the fourth Test at the Wanderers.
Aiden Markram’s superb century laid the foundation of a big score as the Proteas went to tea at 177-2 in the fourth Test against Australia at the Wanderers.
Normally, when a side has been asked to bowl first and has the opposition six wickets down by stumps with only 260 runs on the board, you’d think the bowling side has won the day, writes GARY LEMKE.
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