Temba Bevuma made a quick fire 40*© Getty Images
Temba Bevuma made a quick fire 52*© Getty Images

England with new ball looked a very different bowling unit as Stuart Broad and James Anderson made inroads the South African lower middle order after a long time going wickets less. Temba Bavuma and Chris Morris have managed to give a good fight after a downpour of early wickets in the session . Bavuma and Morris have so far contributed 76* runs, Bevuma in his innings of 52* has hit 11 blistering pulls, drives and cuts towards the fence. This was Bavuma second Test fifty. Stuart Broad who had earlier missed a change to get Hashim Amla second ball in 163rd over, cleaned him in the final ball of the over. Amla survived as James Taylor dropped him on 201 at short-leg, Broad took upon himself and bowled him on the same score. South Africa still trail England by 107 runs at tea  LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: South Africa vs England 2015-16, 2nd Test at Cape Town, Day 4

James Anderson was quick to pick Faf du Plessis in the very next over, Du Plessis missed out on a well deserved century by 16 runs as Ben Stokes leaped the edge in third slip. Broad was it at again picking Quinton de Kock who came in place of JP Duminy, couldn’t resist his urge to pull gave a simple catch to Anderson. Live Cricket Score, South Africa vs England 2015-16, 2nd Test, Day 4 at Cape Town

Morning session belonged to South Africa as they blocked and scored runs a very slow pace continued. It was not until the dying moments of the session where Hashim Amla decided to get his double ton in quickly Amla got his fourth double ton in 461 balls. Resuming the day  on 353 for 3 Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis go into lunch at428  for 3.

England 629 for 6 decl. ( Ben Stokes 258, Jonny Bairstow 150* ; Kagiso Rabada 3 for 157, Morne Morkel 1 for 114 ) lead South Africa 525 for 6 (Hashim Amla 201, AB de Villiers 88, Faf du Plessis 84; Stuart Broad 2 for 81) by 107 runs.

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