Temba Bavuma scored his maiden Test ton © Getty Images
Temba Bavuma scored his maiden Test ton © Getty Images

This was memorable session for South Africa as Temba Bavuma and Chris Morris both achieved their respective Test milestones. But the man of the session was clearly Bavuma who cracked his first ever Test ton from 141 balls hit 16 smashing knocks past the boundary. Bavuma was the first black person to score a century for South Africa in  Skipper Hashim Amla immediately called in a declaration after an over after Bavuma’s hundred with England still leading by just 2 runs. England in the second innings have Alastair Cook 8* and Alex Hales 5*  still at crease with England leading by 18 runs   LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: South Africa vs England 2015-16, 2nd Test at Cape Town, Day 4

Morris managed to get to his first ever 69 from 111 balls, which included 10 fours. Morris and Bavuma had a 167 run stand for seventh, batting a total of 39.5 overs together. Temba Bavuma and Chris Morris did managed to give a good fight after a downpour of early wickets in the post lunch session, contributing 76 runs, with Bevuma getting on to his half century hitting  11 blistering pulls, drives and cuts towards the fence. Stuart Broad had earlier cleaned up  Amla for 202, before picking up Quinton de Kock for 5. Live Cricket Score, South Africa vs England 2015-16, 2nd Test, Day 4 at Cape Town

James Anderson was quick to pick Faf du Plessis who missed out on a well deserved century by 14 runs. 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 went into lunch at 428 for 3.

Brief Scores:

England 629 for 6 decl. ( Ben Stokes 258, Jonny Bairstow 150* ; Kagiso Rabada 3 for 157, Morne Morkel 1 for 114 ) & 16 for 0 (Alastair Cook 8*, Alex Hales 5* ;Morne Morkel 0 for 4  ) lead South Africa 627 for 7 decl. (Hashim Amla 201, Temba Bavuma 102*; Stuart Broad 2 for 94) by 18 runs.

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