England secured an impressive series win in South Africa with a match to spare by going to a seven-wicket victory in the third Test at Johanesburg in unbelievable fashion.
Stuart Broad took 6-17 in the afternoon session to dismiss South Africa for 83 in their second innings, and England knocked off 73 for the loss of three wickets in the evening.
The tourists were still batting when day three began. First-innings centurion Joe Root (110) fell early, but came back to score the winning runs later in the day with this stylish shot.
The Proteas continued to take wickets at regular intervals – with 20-year-old seamer Kagisho Rabada claiming his first five-wicket haul in Test cricket to dismiss England for 323.
Jonny Bairstow picked up where he left off in the second Test in Cape Town with 45 at the bottom of the order, which took England 10 past South Africa’s first-innings total of 313.
Dean Elgar and Stiaan van Zyl survived a tricky 20-minute spell before lunch on a quick and bouncy surface which was beginning to crack and had Broad frothing at the mouth.
The England seamer then produced another one of those famous Broad bursts, claiming five wickets for one run after the interval. Elgar was first to fall, caught behind by Bairstow for 15.
Van Zyl (11) was snaffled expertly by Ben Stokes at gully before the big wickets of AB de Villiers (0) and Hashim Amla (five) fell in quick succession – both to the unstoppable Broad.
South Africa were 31-4 and badly in need of a rearguard action, but Temba Bavuma went for a duck after deflecting the ball onto his stumps trying to evade a Broad bouncer – his fifth victim.
James Taylor had taken a great reaction catch at short leg to get rid of Amla, but later outdid himself with this fantastic effort, diving to his right as Steven Finn dismissed Dane Vilas.
Stokes got two wickets at the end of the afternoon session in which South Africa collapsed from 16-0 to 71-8, and James Anderson also got in on the act immediately after tea.
Fittingly, Broad finished South Africa off with his sixth wicket. Faf du Plessis (14) had provided the sternest resistance, but was the last man to fall thanks to a brilliant return catch.
England reached 64-0 in their chase of a very modest total, but lost Alex Hales (18), Nick Compton (0) and Alastair Cook (43) as they tried to wrap up victory in a hurry before the close.
Root hit the winning runs to seal England an unassailable 2-0 series lead to take to the final Test in Centurion – no more than the tourists deserve for their superiority with bat and ball.
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