England despite solid goals


A shot from Burns on the way to an unbeaten 77 was almost the hospital appearance of the English camp. One cricketer is suffering from the flu. however, England is very excited about the field. They stand firm in front of a difficult target in the Centurion Test. At the end of the third day for a 376, England scored 121 for 1. Guests need another 255 runs with 9 wickets in hand.

The wickets fell 15 times in SuperSport Park, and the batsmen were upset at the pace of the pacers. But the bowlers are sluggish on Saturday. South Africa‘s second innings, which started on 72 for 4, stopped at 272. Anointed Rossi von der Dusen, 51, ‘Nightwatchman’ Lawyer Norcia 40, played the departing series, Vernon Philander 46 and wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock scored 34.

Jofra Archer cost 102 runs for 5 wickets. This is his third 5 wicket haul in the seventh Test.

No team has won more than 251 runs at Centurion. However, Rory Burns and Dominic Sibley were not afraid to score 125 runs more than that. The duo scored an opener of 92 runs. Sibley scored 29 before Keshav Maharaj made a return catch in the left-arm spin. However, with Burns confident of playing, he is unbeaten on 77 at the end of the day. Joe Denley, on the other hand, scored 10 runs.

Short score:

South Africa: 284 (De Kock 95, Philander 35; Broad 4/58, Karen 4/58) and 272 (von der Dussen 51, Philander 46; Archer 5/102)

England: 181 (Denley 50, Stokes 35; Philander 4/16) and 121/1 (Burns 77 *, Sibley 29, Denley 10 *; Maharaj 1/16) see more

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