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Man of the Match JP Duminy says that he is speechless. It was a good all-round performance. The spell from Steyn reverse swinging the ball was just special. It's been a long time coming for him, he was under a bit of pressure and he is happy that he has delivered under pressure.
South African captain Graeme Smith says that it's been amazing, there was a lot of emotion in the public and they had a lot of hard work going into the match. To take 20 wickets on this track was fantastic and he is proud of the bowlers. People start asking questions if Steyn doesn't get five wickets but he is a champion bowler and he showed it today. Adds that they showed a lot of mental strength. Mentions that they are excited for the Cape Town Test.
Australian Captain Michael Clarke says that their first innings was crucial but credits South Africa, they outplayed them in all the departments. Adds that Steyn's execution of reverse swing was fantastic. The start that Warner and Rogers gave was fantastic. Mentions that they have few days to work on for the last Test and it's going to be an exciting one.
de Villiers and Duminy set the platform in the first innings. The fast bowlers then complemented the batsmen well achieving a 177-run lead. Amla's ton in the second innings put South Africa in a strong position and then the final session spell from Steyn just ripped apart the Australians. With one Test to go and the series level at 1-1 we can expect a cracker in Cape Town.
What a victory for South Africa. After being outclassed in the first Test, they have hit back really hard. They dominated the first three days and were in the driver's seat. Australia were set a daunting target and they started off well with the openers stitching together a century stand. But the hosts turned it around in the final session. Steyn led the way with a fantastic spell to remove Clarke, Smith and Haddin to break Australia's spine. The rest was taken care of by the other bowlers as South Africa cruised to a thumping victory.
Dean Elgar to Nathan Lyon
OUT! That's it! South Africa win by 231 runs! Lyon is out LBW! Length delivery on middle, spins away viciously. Lyon is squared up in his defense and misses it. Gets hit on the pads and the umpire raises his finger on the massive appeal. Well, well, replays show that Lyon got an outside edge onto the pads. Nonetheless, they had no reviews left. The South Africans go wild in celebrations and they have drawn level in the series.
Quicker, full and wide outside off, Lyon leaves it alone.
Comes forward and prods it into the ground.
A tad full on off, Lyon stays back and defends.
The light meter is out again. The South Africans can't have a fast bowler bowl. Elgar comes into the attack.
JP Duminy to Peter Siddle
Lunges forward and prods it to silly point.
Stays in his crease and punches it back to the bowler.
Comes from round the wicket and delivers it full outside off, Siddle uses his feet and pushes it to covers.
Comes forward and pushes it back to the bowler.
Length delivery outside off, Siddle punches it through covers for a couple.
Nathan Lyon is the last man in.
JP Duminy to Chris Rogers
OUT! Run out! Oh boy! Brilliant fielding from the substitute Alviro Petersen. Length delivery outside off, Rogers pushes it wide of mid off and scampers through for a single, Pietersen picks it up and has a shy at the bowler's end, the ball clips the stumps and the bails comes off after a few milliseconds. Replays show that Rogers is found just short. A magnificent innings comes to an end and South Africa are one wicket away from drawing level.
Duminy back on.
Vernon Philander to Peter Siddle
A tad full on off, swinging back in. Siddle leans forward and prods it into the ground.