England vs South Africa: 2nd test, South Africa beat England by 340 runs- Level Series
South Africa had completely surrendered in the first Test at Lord’s. The touring team has turned out very well in the second Test in the series. Proteas returning to series after losing a massive 340 to England in Trent Bridge
South Africa had been in control since the third day of the match. It was impossible for the Proteas to score 474 runs in a match that was impossible. It was impossible for them to chase so many runs. England were bowled out for just 133 runs in the second innings in a helpless surrender before South African bowlers.
Hosts’ camp could not turn around after losing the first wicket in four runs. Alastair Cook scored 42 runs for the team. Moin Ali 27 and Ben Stokes scored 18 runs South Africa’s Vernon Philander and Keshab Maharaj took three wickets each. Apart from this, Morris and Oliver took two wickets each.
Earlier, England were bowled out for 205 in reply to South Africa’s 335 runs in the first innings. South Africa scored 343 runs in the second innings with 130 runs in the second innings. Hashim Amla scored 87 runs in the second innings after the first innings in 78 in the first innings. Opener Dean Elgar’s bat came in 80-ball innings. Two Plessey played 63 innings captaincy At the end, Vernon Philander has scored 42 runs. Moin Ali took four wickets for England
The third Test of the series will be held at the Oval on July 27. Earlier, after the one-day series, the T20 series against England was hosted by England.