The Proteas received a brief respite from the England charge as rain interrupted the first session of play on Sunday at St George’s Park, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Former cricketers Mark Nicholas and Shaun Pollock spoke to Proteas seamer Anrich Nortje, who batted for more than two hours on Saturday after coming in as the nightwatchman in the third Test against England in Port Elizabeth.
After another hefty rain delay on Saturday, the Proteas will go into the fourth day of the third Test against England in Port Elizabeth on 208-6 thanks a steady and effective 63 not out by wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock.
Fast bowler and nightwatchman Anrich Nortje is determined to lead the Proteas away from trouble during the ongoing third Test against England at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
The ancient Greeks believed that the battlefield was ruled by two mischievous gods: Phobos and Deimos. These deities would stalk among the tight ranks of soldiers and whisper tales of terror.
The Proteas moved to 208-6 at the close of play on day three of the third Test against England at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
SuperSport commentator Michael Haysman examines England batsman Ollie Pope’s technique and stance at the crease, following the 22-year-old’s brilliant century against the Proteas on Friday in the third Test in Port Elizabeth.
Proteas opener Dean Elgar spoke before the start of play on Saturday about the challenges the Proteas will face to get something from the third Test match between South Africa and England in Port Elizabeth.
The Proteas slipped to 113-5 before lunch on day three of the third Test against England at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
Centuries by Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope helped England to a first- innings score of 499-9d on day two of the third Test against the Proteas in Port Elizabeth.
Proteas head coach Mark Boucher is the latest to question the International Cricket Council’s decision to ban fast bowler Kagiso Rabada for one Test.
Test cricket will soon lose its soul if the International Cricket Council continues to take the emotion out of the game we love.
After his side’s 189-run defeat in Cape Town, Proteas captain Faf du Plessis praised the fighting spirit of his doomed men.
Former cricketers Makhaya Ntini and Nasser Hussain chatted to Supersport presenter Crystal Arnold during tea time on day two of the third Test between South Africa and England about Ollie Pope and Ben Stokes’ centuries that helped England post a massive first innings total.
The Proteas moved to 60-2 at the close of play on day two of the third Test against England at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday.