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|Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:21 am Post subject: AB de Villiers, Kagiso Rabada give SA edge
|AB de Villiers starred with the bat http://www.seahawkshopfootballofficial.com/WOMENS-CORTEZ-KENNEDY-JERSEY.html as he struck an unbeaten 126 to put South Africa ahead on the third day of the second Test at Port Elizabeth on Sunday.De Villiers' 22nd Test hundred helped South Africa take a crucial 139-run first innings lead.
Usman Khawaja scored 75 runs to lead an Australia fightback at St George's Park, but succumbed just before Quinton Spain Jersey close of play after seeing the tourists http://www.authenticpittsburghpenguins.com/authentic-mario-lemieux-jersey cancel out a first innings deficit.Australia took a 41-run lead after finishing Sunday's play at 180 for five.
Khawaja and Mitchell Marsh put together a 87-run partnership for the fifth wicket before Khawaja, whose http://www.officiallachargers.com/WOMENS_YOUTH_JUNIOR_SEAU_JERSEY.html place in the team has been under threat because of a lack of form, was trapped leg before wicket by Kagiso Rabada in the second last over of the day.
It was a blow to the tourists who had been showing strong resistance after teetering at 86/4 just after tea.Marsh played a Authentic Ameer Abdullah Jersey solid supporting role to be 39 not out at the end of the day. He will resume on Monday with Tim Paine, who has five runs to his name.
Australia lost three wickets in the second session after lunch, including that of captain Steve Smith, and then Shaun Marsh with the second ball of the last session before Khawaja dashed home hopes of rattling through the Australian batting line-up.
Smith, ranked the world's top Test batsmen, went cheaply as he was caught behind for 11 after he got Womens Drake Caggiula Jersey a slight edge to the spin bowling of Keshav Maharaj while David Warner, also key to their hopes, was bowled by Rabada for 13.
South Africa had a first innings lead of 139 after being bowled out for 382 just before lunch.De Villiers notched up his Test century in a busy morning session to help South Africa into a good lead.
He had not scored a ton in his last 13 Tests but featured in an 84-run partnership with Vernon Philander (36) for the eighth wicket and further 58 with Keshav Maharaj, who swatted at the Australian bowling to score 30 off 24 balls.
Australia lead 1-0 in the four-Test series.