Australia take control against the Proteas in the first Test match.
Mitchell Johnson took seven for 68 as Australia secured a 191-run first innings lead on the third day of the first Test against South Africa at SuperSport Park on Friday.
South Africa were bowled out for 206 in reply to Australia’s 397, before the tourists reached 18 for one in their second innings at lunch, an overall lead of 209.
AB de Villiers made a sparkling 91 for South Africa before he was the ninth man out.
Johnson struck with his fourth ball of the day when Robin Peterson fended a sharply lifting delivery to Michael Clarke moving to his left from second slip.
Vernon Philander played a dogged innings of 15 before he was leg before wicket to off-spinner Nathan Lyon.
Umpire Richard Illingworth gave Philander not out but the Australians successfully sought a review which showed the ball was hitting the stumps.
De Villiers was the only batsman to play Johnson with any comfort and he slammed the big left-arm fast bowler through the covers for four as he sought quick runs before the innings ended.
But he lofted the next ball to mid-off to end a 148-ball innings which included 10 fours and two sixes.
Lunch scores on the third day of the first Test between South Africa and Australia at SuperSport Park on Friday.
Australia, first innings, 397
South Africa, first innings
G. Smith c Marsh b Johnson 10
A. Petersen c Haddin b Johnson 2
H. Amla lbw b Siddle 17
F. du Plessis c Clarke b Johnson 3
A. de Villiers c Warner b Johnson 91
J. Duminy c Johnson b Lyon 25
R. McLaren b Johnson 8
R. Peterson c Clarke b Johnson 10
V. Philander lbw b Lyon 15
D. Steyn not out 7
M. Morkel c Haddin b Johnson 0
Extras (b14, lb2, nb1, w1) 18
Total (61.1 overs) 206
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Smith), 2-15 (Petersen), 3-23 (Du Plessis), 4-43 (Amla), 5-110 (Duminy), 6-126 (McLaren), 7-140 (Peterson), 8-189 (Philander), 9-202 (De Villiers)
Bowling: Harris 17-3-51-0, Johnson 17.1-1-68-7 (1w), Siddle 13-1-33-1 (1nb), Lyon 14-0-38-2
Australia, second innings
C. Rogers b Steyn 1
D. Warner not out 12
A. Doolan not out 3
Extras (b2) 2
Total (1 wkt, 7 overs) 18
Fall of wicket: 1-1 (Rogers)
Bowling: Philander 3-1-4-0, Steyn 3-2-9-1, McLaren 1-0-3-0
Match situation: Australia lead by 209 runs with nine wickets remaining in the second innings
Toss: South Africa
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK), Richard Illingworth (ENG)
TV umpire: Ian Gould (ENG)
Match referee: Roshan Mahanama (SRI)