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South Africa in England: Great Performances

Ten at Lord's

Jul 11, 2012: A famous win for South Africa was doubly special for Makhaya Ntini, who became the first bowler from his country to take ten at the ground

Firdose Moonda

No. 42

Ntini takes 10 at Lord's

Oct 4, 2009: At the home of cricket, a young South African makes a statement

Neil Manthorp

Second Test

England v South Africa

2004: At Lord's, July 31, August 1, 2, 3

Matthew Engel

Celebrate tonight and be humble tomorrow: Graeme Smith

Aug 4, 2003: Graeme Smith On South Africa's performance: It was a fantastic team performance

Wisden CricInfo staff

England go down fighting at last

Aug 3, 2003: In a Test match full of records, two more were broken in a memorable fourth and final day of the second npower Test at Lord's, which South Africa inevitably won, by a huge innings and 92 runs

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

A relentless hunger

Aug 2, 2003: England's performance was streets better today

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

South Africa enjoy another day of domination

Aug 2, 2003: Close England 129 for 2 (Butcher 33*, Hussain 36*) and 173 trail South Africa 682 for 6 dec

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Hussain's mental legacy destroyed

Aug 1, 2003: On Thursday, the BBC website ran an interview with Nasser Hussain's brother, in which he hinted that the end of a great career was nigh

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Another record for Smith as South Africa press on ... and on

Aug 1, 2003: On a day of South African domination and English depression, Graeme Smith added yet more records to his already bulging scrap book on day two of the second npower Test match at Lord's

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

'Nothing went to plan': Vaughan

Aug 1, 2003: Michael Vaughan's first day as Test captain hardly went according to plan, but he was forthcoming and honest with the media in the evening, as he discussed England's batting debacle

Wisden Cricinfo staff

The darkest of new dawns

Jul 31, 2003: English batting collapses are supposed to be a thing of the past

The Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

South Africa dominate in all departments

Jul 31, 2003: Honeymoons are meant to last rather longer than 48 hours

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller
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