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Second Test Match

Bangladesh v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

South Africa secure innings victory over Bangladesh

May 4, 2003: It took South Africa three overs to nab the remaining two Bangladesh wickets, as they romped to an easy win by an innings and 18 runs, thus winning the two-Test series 2-0

The Wisden Bulletin by Raja M

Bangladesh in disarray

May 3, 2003: Bangladesh teetered on the brink of yet another innings defeat, after collapsing in the morning session for 102

The Wisden Bulletin by Raja M

Rafique steals the show

May 2, 2003: Rain washed out the morning session, and the rest of the day was a dampener

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

South Africa wrest control

May 1, 2003: Bangladesh had South Africa on the mat early on, but the absence of another frontline slow bowler to back up Mohammad Rafique - who bowled beautifully to finish with 4 for 59 - cost them dear as South Africa recovered from the worrisome total of 63

Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran
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