South Africa’s hopes were dashed after Moeen Ali picked up AB de Villiers in the very third ball of Day 5. De Villiers who remained unbeaten on 37 got out with out even disturbing the scorer. Ali continued his merry ways picking Temba Bevuma for duck, after he tried to come down to a straighter one, only get stumped by Jonny Bairstow. This was also first stumping for England since 38 Tests in 2012. Steven Finn came into this own immediately cleaning up Dale Steyn for 2, he looked very uncomfortable in his stay for 21 balls. Moeen Ali not to be over shadowed trapped Kyle Abbott for leg before for 2.JP Duminy and Morne Morkel did manage to frustrate England by over a bit of resistance before the fall of Morkel. Full Cricket Scorecard: South Africa vs England, 1st Test at Durban, 2015-16

Moeen Ali spun England to a crushing 241-run win over South Africa on the fifth and final day of the first Test at Kingsmead on Wednesday. Off-spinner Ali took three early wickets as South Africa lost their last six wickets for 38 runs. Starting the day on 136 for four, South Africa lost batting kingpin AB de Villiers leg before wicket to the third ball of the day when he went back on his stumps to a ball from Ali which skidded through and hit him low on his pads. With the third ball of his next over, Ali struck again when Temba Bavuma skipped down the wicket to a ball which drifted past his bat to provide Jonny Bairstow with an easy stumping, reports AFP. Moeen Ali spins England to comprehensive victory against South Africa in 1st Test at Durban by 241 runs