Australia v South Africa, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day
Ian Chappell on South Africa's win in Perth, and his thoughts on Australia's transition from Ricky Ponting
Interviewer: Brydon Coverdale
89.5 M Morkel to JA Raval, out, and he'll have to tell him the same in the dressing room, because De Kock has pulled off a blinder. This is angled in at off middle stump, nips back sharply and cramps him. He puts down an angled bat at it to defend. Gets a thick inside edge that is travelling and dipping quickly, but De Kock takes a shuffle to his right before diving low and plucking it inches off the ground. A long, gutsy vigil from Raval has come to and end, 12 short of his hundred. | Mar 27, 2017
85.1 M Morkel to KS Williamson, 6 runs, glorious. Back of a length outside off, crouches momentarily, springs back up after picking the height, still is under it as he dispatches this pull shot over the square leg boundary | Mar 27, 2017
78.4 D Elgar to KS Williamson, 4 runs, another full toss and Williamson puts it away to equal Martin Crowe with 17 centuries. Nice and generous at off stump, he leans into it and hits this wide of long-on | Mar 27, 2017
78.3 D Elgar to JA Raval, 1 run, and almost finds Faf at midwicket with the next full toss. Difficult chance, great attempt. This one is higher, waist height, he pulls it to try and clear Faf, who puts up one hand and drops it as he tumbles. One handed leap, great timing with the jump. | Mar 27, 2017
79.2 KA Maharaj to JA Raval, dot ball, good length wide outside off, spins back in and catches him on the front foot. Outside the line, not given. But they will review this because it is the last over before they get two more. No bat on that. The replay shows all three stumps as well before we can go to tracking. Impact outside, and it is spinning several thousand feet past leg stump | Mar 27, 2017
West Indies captain Jason Holder talks about his side's six-wicket defeat to Pakistan in the first T20I in Bridgetown. | Mar 27, 2017
58.4 KA Maharaj to KS Williamson, 3 runs, dropped short outside a leg stump line, waits for it to turn and punches through midwicket off the back foot against the turn. Bavuma gives chase and pulls it back at the boundary but that's three and a fifty for Williamson | Mar 27, 2017
43.4 K Rabada to JA Raval, 4 runs, another edge for four. Full and outside off stump, goes for the big drive, away from the body. Thick outside edge through wide gully to bring up his fifty | Mar 27, 2017
40.6 KA Maharaj to KS Williamson, 6 runs, so pretty. Continues to drift it in at Williamson. Wide of the crease again. Williamson took two balls to figure out the length, but on this one, he is to the pitch quickly with a shuffle down the pitch. Holds his shape and lifts it straight over him with the full face of the bat | Mar 27, 2017
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