South Africa vs England 4th Test Day 3: Rabada’s seven-for keeps South Africa on top

Rabada finished with career-best figures of 7-112 off 29 overs

Rabada finished with career-best figures of 7-112 off 29 overs

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South Africa pace bowler Kagiso Rabada ripped through England’s batting line-up with a seven-wicket haul to ensure the Proteas stayed in command on the third day of the fourth Test in Centurion.

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South Africa vs England 4th Test Day 2: England steady after de Kock’s maiden century

De Kock is all smiles after bringing up his maiden Test century

De Kock is all smiles after bringing up his maiden Test century

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England found themselves in a fairly sturdy position after South Africa wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock scored his maiden Test century on the second day of the fourth Test in Centurion.

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South Africa vs England 4th Test Day 1: Cook, Amla leave England reeling

Cook became just the sixth South African batsman to score a Test century on debut

Cook became just the sixth South African batsman to score a Test century on debut

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South Africa debutant Stephen Cook had a day to remember as he and Hashim Amla both scored centuries to put the Proteas in a commanding position against England on the first day of the fourth Test in Centurion.

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South Africa vs England 3rd Test Day 1: England hold edge after South Africa batsmen fail to convert starts

None of South Africa's batsmen were able to press on after making an encouraging start

None of South Africa’s batsmen were able to press on after making encouraging starts

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England secured a slight advantage on the first day of the third Test in Johannesburg as a result of South Africa’s batsmen failing to convert their starts into bigger scores.

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Fan pays for Afridi, Shehzad’s McDonald’s meal

"He offered to pay for us insisting it was his way of welcoming us to New Zealand"

“He offered to pay for us insisting it was his way of welcoming us to New Zealand”

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Pakistan Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi and opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad were unable to pay for lunch at McDonald’s when landing at Auckland airport on Monday, but they received their meals for free after a fan offered to pay for them.

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