A video of Hashim Amla's dismissal by Peter Siddle. Amla was dimissed just minutes later he scored his century. 

 

 

The top-ranked batsman in Test cricket was struck high and TV replays suggested the ball was going over the stumps. Surprisingly, he did not refer Asad Rauf's decision to the third umpire.
 
Amla, who became South Africa's first triple centurion with an unbeaten 311 against England at The Oval in July, put on 165 runs for the third wicket with Kallis.
 
South Africa pushed their first innings total well beyond 400 but Australia slowed their charge with four wickets in the afternoon session of the third day at the Gabba.
 
The Proteas lost four for 52 during part of the middle session including Jacques Kallis for 147 but  advanced their hefty first innings total to 434 for seven off 148 overs at tea.
 
At the interval, Dale Steyn was on 15 with debutant Rory Kleinveldt not out one.
 
Australia removed Kallis shortly after lunch when Rob Quiney took a high two-handed chance in the gully offJames Pattinson to end the allrounder's 349-minute stint at the crease.