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CENTURION --- South Africa
remained unbeaten in test cricket
series against New Zealand when
it crushed the Kiwis by 204 runs
inside four days of the second test
The first test was a damp draw,
and there was no chance of rain in
the second to save the Kiwis.
The South Africans declared for
a second time at 132-7 in the
morning, setting New Zealand an
unlikely 400 to win its first test
against the hosts in 12 years, and
first series against them ever.
But fast bowler Dale Steyn got
rid of both opening batsmen in the
first over, New Zealand was reduced
to 7-4 after 19 balls, and was even-
tually all out for 195.
That gave South Africa the win
for an 11th time in 14 series between
them since 1932.
In taking his 26th 5-for in tests,
Steyn started and finished New
Zealand s demise.
He removed openers Tom Lath-
am and Martin Guptill for ducks
in the first over of the innings.
Steyn bowled Latham first ball of
Ross Taylor, who ran himself out
for 1 in the first innings, was
unlucky to fall for a duck to a Steyn
ball that got him out lbw on his
Fellow quick Vernon Philander
took the prize wicket of New
Zealand captain Kane Williamson
(5) and, at 7-4, victory was beyond
Proteas crush Kiwis in Centurion
The inevitable was stalled for
four-plus hours by Henry
Nicholls, playing in his sixth test.
He hit a career-best 76, and
received able backup from BJ
Watling (32) and Mitchell Santner
(16). Doug Bracewell pitched in
with a quick 30 but Nicholls was
the last man out, caught on the
long leg boundary off Steyn. His
140-ball knock, his second half-
century, included a dozen
Steyn, with eight wickets in
the match, passed Wasim Akram
to sit 11th on the list of all-time
test wicket-takers. With 416
wickets, he was five behind
South Africa record-holder
Temba Bavuma made 40 not
out as South Africa, resuming
from 105-6 overnight, declared
its second innings on 132-7, on
a tough pitch to bat on. South
Africa set up victory with 481 in
its first innings.
South Africa vs New Zealand
South Africa 1st Inns: 481-8 decl
New Zealand 1st Inns: 214
South Africa 2nd Inns (105-6)
Stephen Cook lbw b Boult
Quinton de Kock c Williamson b Bracewell 50
Amla c Guptill b Southee
JP Duminy lbw b Southee
Faf du Plessis c Taylor b Boult
Temba Bavuma not out
Stiaan van Zyl c Watling b Wagner
Vernon Philander b Southee
Dane Piedt not out
Extras: (4b, 6w, 1nb, 1lb)
TOTAL: (for 7 wickets declared)
Fall of wickets: 1-31, 2-32, 3-32, 4-47, 5-82, 6-
Bowling: Tim Southee 16-6-46-3 (1w), Trent
Boult 14-3-44-2, Doug Bracewell 7-2-19-1, Neil
Wagner 10-1-18-1 (1w, 1nb).
New Zealand 2nd Inns
Martin Guptill c Amla b Steyn
Tom Latham b Steyn
Kane Williamson c De Kock b Philander 5
Ross Taylor lbw b Steyn
Henry Nicholls c Rabada b Steyn
BJ Watling lbw b Piedt
Mitchell Santner b Steyn
Doug Bracewell lbw b Philander
Tim Southee b Rabada
Neil Wagner lbw b Rabada
Trent Boult not out
Extras: (10b, 7lb, 2w)
TOTAL: (all out)
Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-3, 3-5, 4-7, 5-75, 6-118, 7-
164, 8-187, 9-195.
Bowling: Dale Steyn 16.2-4-33-5, Vernon
Philander 14-4-34-2, Kagiso Rabada 13-2-54-2
(1w), Stiaan van Zyl 3-1-5-0, Dane Piedt 12-3-
Result: South Africa won by 204 runs.
Series: South Africa won 1-0.
Toss: New Zealand.
Umpires: Ian Gould, England, and Paul Reiffel,
TV Umpire: Richard Illingworth, England.
Match Referee: Andy Pycroft, Zimbabwe.
South Africa's bowler Dale Steyn, left, celebrates after dismissing New
Zealand's Martin Guptill, for a duck on the fourth day of their second
cricket test match at Centurion Park in Pretoria, South Africa,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
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