0.2

Finn to de Villiers, 1 run, full and around the line of off, gets half forward and inside-edges a drive to backward square leg

0.6

Finn to de Villiers, no run, fast and straight, touch back of a length, de Villiers heaves across the line and misses completely - valuable dot ball

South Africa 10/1   AB de Villiers 1* (2b)

1.5

Broad to de Villiers, 1 leg bye, length ball outside off, de Villiers hops across and gets down on one knee, trying to scoop to long leg ... is hit on the pad and it spoons to short third man

South Africa 18/1   AB de Villiers 1* (3b)

2.1

Finn to de Villiers, OUT, length ball, slogged back over mid-on ... but Dernbach gets underneath it and ABdV is out! De Villiers stood and delivered but didn't quite get enough on it, Dernbach back-pedalled, patted the ball up at the first attempt and then plucked it at the second, before falling on his backside

AB de Villiers c Dernbach b Finn 1 (9m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00

South Africa 20/2   AB de Villiers 1 (4b)
Series Results
England v South Africa at Birmingham - Sep 12, 2012
England won by 28 runs
England v South Africa at Manchester - Sep 10, 2012
No result
England v South Africa at Chester-le-Street - Sep 8, 2012
South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
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Sep 10, 2012

Umpire Rob Bailey gives the final signal to leave the field for good, England v South Africa, 2nd NatWest T20I, Old Trafford, September 10, 2012

Umpire Rob Bailey gives the final signal to leave the field for good

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Sep 10, 2012

Luke Wright was playing his first international since June 2011, England v South Africa, 2nd NatWest T20I, Old Trafford, September 10, 2012

Luke Wright was playing his first international since June 2011

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