After returning Joe Root, Vernon Philander did what he did to start the series of congratulatory matches with Philander. The first innings was worth 35, then the ball was on fire with 4 wickets for 16 runs. South Africa is in a strong position in the first Test in the all-round performance of Philander. Four wickets fell in the second innings, but by the end of the second day, Proteas were 175 for England.
The hosts’ opening innings of 277 for 9 at the SuperSport Park in Centurion could not go far, ending at 284. 7 runs came from Philander’s bat. Stuart Broad and Sam Karen took four wickets each.
England then dropped the baton of the Proteas pacers.
Quinton de Kock’s gloves are bound by Philander in the second over of his second (fourth innings). Dominique Sibelio Cot Behind Behind Kagiso Rabada. Philander did not allow the English to be relaxed by the three maids drawn before lunch.
Guests, who were 60 for two at lunch, lost captain Joe Root (29) at the start of the second session. This wicket is also in conjunction with Philander-D Coke. The loyal gloves of the Protea wicketkeeper have helped the team to a tremendous 10 wickets for 10 wickets.
Joe Denley, who scored 50, was able to build some resistance. Other batsmen from England have joined the movement. Rabada (3/68) with Philander and Lawyer Norcia (2/47) coming down to play the third Test, scored the first English innings of 181 runs. South Africa took the last 7 wickets for 39 runs and took a 103-run lead.
The second innings of the Proteas, however, is not going well. At the end of the day, the collection was 72 for 4. The first four batsmen to return are Aiden Markram (5), Dean Elgar (22), Jubair Hamza (4) and captain Faf du Plessis (20). The ‘Nightwatchman’ is in the crease with Norcia (4 *) Rassie von der D ডssen (17 *). Jofra Archer, James Anderson, and Stuart Broad took two wickets each. see more