England declared first innings by scoring 499 runs for 9 wickets, South Africa score 60/2
A match ban on South Africa's Kagiso Rabada on celebration, will not play the final Test
Dainik BhaskarJan 18, 2020, 07:37 AM IST Sports Desk. Ben Stokes (120) set a new record. He is the seventh player in the world to take 4000 and 100 wickets in Tests. Before this, only Gary Sobers, Kapil Dev, Ian Botham, Carl Hooper, Jack Kallis and Daniel Vettori were able to do so. Stokes scored a career-high 9th century. On the second day of the third Test, England started the game by 224 runs for 4 wickets in the first innings. Stokes and Ollie Pope (135 *) shared a 203-run partnership for the 5th wicket. This is Pope's first century in his career.
England declared the first innings by scoring 499 runs for 9 wickets. At the end of the game, South Africa had lost two wickets for 60 runs. Malan (18) and Hamza (10) were dismissed by Bess. Elgar playing at 32. The team is 439 runs behind.
A match ban on Rabada on celebrating, will not play the final Test. South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada will not be able to play the fourth and final Test. On the first day of the third Test, he celebrated on the field after dismissing Root. He will also deduct 15 per cent of his match fees. The umpire complained to the referee. Rabada has admitted the mistake.