England received the sequence 3–1 by South Africa by 191 runs within the fourth Test

by Jeremy Spirogis
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England defeated South Africa by 191 runs within the fourth Test match to win the 4-match sequence 3-1. This is the second successive Test sequence for the English crew in South Africa. Earlier, in 2015-16, England had named the sequence 2-1 underneath the captaincy of Alastair Cook.

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The goal of 466 runs was in entrance

Rasi van der Dusan's 98-run battle couldn’t save South Africa from defeat within the fourth Test match towards England. <! –

                 South Africa crew collapsed on 274 runs to chase the goal of 466 runs.

South Africa scored 183 within the first innings and 248 within the second innings.

In response to England's first innings of 400 runs, South Africa scored 183 runs. England's second innings was restricted to 248 runs. Chasing a file 466-run goal for victory within the fourth innings, Dusan added 92 runs for the third wicket in a 30-plus partnership with skipper Faf du Plessis (35).

Mark Wood took a complete of 9 wickets within the match

Ben Stokes (2 for 47) broke the partnership by bowling du Plessis, whereas within the subsequent over, Man of the Match Mark Wood noticed Dusan pave the way in which. Dusan missed his first century by two runs however he hit 15 fours and two sixes in a 138-ball innings. Man of the match Wood, who took 5 wickets within the first innings, took 4 wickets for 54 runs within the second innings.

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After shedding two wickets in two overs, Quinton de Kock (39) and Temba Bavuma (27), operating in rhythm, couldn’t convert an excellent begin into an enormous innings. Brad (two wickets for 26 runs) broke the partnership of 48 runs for the fifth wicket of each. South Africa misplaced the final 6 wickets inside 10 overs.

Vernon Philander, enjoying the final Test, hit two magnificent fours whereas coming to the crease, however his 10-run innings in 11 balls ended by Wood caught by wicketkeeper Butler. Stokes was voted Man of the Series.

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