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South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 5th day

'South Africa thoroughly deserved to win,' admits Vaughan

Jan 6, 2005: Quotes

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 5th day

The rewards of discipline

Jan 6, 2005: The Wisden Verdict

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town

Flintoff could still play in fourth Test

Jan 6, 2005: Andrew Flintoff should be fit for the fourth Test after scans revealed a muscle injury was less serious than initially feared

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 5th day

South Africa wrap up a convincing victory

Jan 6, 2005: If 2004 was England's annus mirabilis, they have come down to earth with a bump in '05, losing that unbeaten record at the earliest possible opportunity

The Bulletin by Steven Lynch

South Africa v England, 2004-05

Langeveldt could play in fourth Test

Jan 5, 2005: Charl Langeveldt could play for South Africa in the fourth Test against England afterall

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town

Flintoff faces possible tour KO

Jan 5, 2005: Andrew Flintoff will undergo a scan to decide whether he is fit enough to remain on the tour

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 4th day

'It's up to individuals to show more patience'

Jan 5, 2005: Fletcher: sour-faced © Getty Images As if England's impending defeat was not enough to dampen the spirits in the dressing-room, the news that Andrew Flintoff was suffering from "discomfort in his left side" was the last thing they needed

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 4th day

A bridge too far

Jan 5, 2005: MA Atherton: no prospect of a repeat of his epic unbeaten 185 at Johannesburg in 1995-96 © Getty Images It was a given at some stage of the series

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 4th day

Outclassed and indisciplined England face defeat

Jan 5, 2005: England battled hard in the afternoon heat at Cape Town, but two moments of indiscipline midway through the final session all but ensured that South Africa will level the series sometime tomorrow

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 3rd day

Langeveldt delighted to turn the screw

Jan 4, 2005: Langeveldt: 'I'm in a lot of pain but I try not to think about it' © Getty Images You can see tomorrow's headlines already - "Former screw turns the screw"

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 3rd day

'I'd like to think there's a Test century in me'

Jan 4, 2005: Giles: valiant 31 not out © Getty Images It was not an auspicious day for England's batsmen, but there was one notable exception

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 3rd day

Sleeping on the job

Jan 4, 2005: England have been snoozing their way through the Test series with South Africa so far, and soon they will be made to pay, says Andrew Miller

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

Langeveldt to miss remainder of series

Jan 4, 2005: Charl Langeveldt seems certain to miss the remainder of the Test series against England after breaking a bone in his left hand, although he will be able to play in the reminder of the Cape Town Test

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 3rd day

South Africa turn the screw

Jan 4, 2005: South Africa took a match-winning grip on the third day of the Test at Cape Town, blowing away England's last six wickets before lunch and, after deciding not to enforce the follow on, reaching 184 for 3 by the close - a lead of 462

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

Patience was the key - Kallis

Jan 4, 2005: On the second day at Newlands, South Africa enjoyed their best day of theseries so far, thanks in no small part to the efforts of Jacques Kallisand Nicky Boje, whose 104-run stand for the eighth wicket lifted theirtotal to an imposing 441

Andrew Miller at Cape Town

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

CT Quotes #2

Jan 3, 2005: Quotes #2

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

CT Quotes #1

Jan 3, 2005: Quotes #1

Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

The fulcrum of South Africa's fortunes

Jan 3, 2005: It seems laughable now, with England on the rocks for the second match in succession, that in the aftermath of their first Test victory at Port Elizabeth, there was talk of them going on to complete a 5-0 series whitewash

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at Cape Town

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

South Africa seize the advantage

Jan 3, 2005: After five sessions of fairly uneventful fare, the Cape Town Test exploded into life in the late-afternoon sunshine as South Africa struck four times to leave England tottering on 95 for 4 in reply to their 441

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 1st day

Smith: 'Kallis is unbelievable'

Jan 2, 2005: Graeme Smith quotes

Andrew Miller
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