1.1

Broad to Amla, no run, length ball, tight to off stump, punched on the front foot to cover

1.2

Broad to Amla, FOUR, pitched up outside off, Amla steps back and cream-crackers an airy drive through backward point for four

1.3

Broad to Amla, no run, dug in short, bouncer at the batsman and it does him for pace, Amla misses trying to hook

1.4

Broad to Amla, 3 runs, length ball, Amla steps out of his crease and opens his shoulders, scoops over extra-cover but it's well pulled in by the boundary rope

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

1.6

Broad to Amla, 2 runs, bounced again, Amla top-edges a hook over the keeper but Bairstow was fine at third man and prevents four

South Africa 20/1   SCJ Broad 1-0-9-0

7.1

Broad to Amla, FOUR, shuffles across, Broad tries to go full and even wider and Amla smears a square drive through backward point for four

7.2

Broad to Amla, no run, back of a length, at the man, miscues a pull shot and the ball drops short of Broad

7.3

Broad to Amla, FOUR, more wristy delight from Amla, goes back and across, steers the ball fine, beating third man - Amla has almost 75% of South Africa's runs at the moment

7.4

Broad to Amla, (no ball) 1 run, pitched up and driven to long-off - but Broad has overstepped

7.4

Broad to Kallis, 2 runs, slower ball, on middle and off, steps away and drives through extra-cover for a couple

7.5

Broad to Kallis, FOUR, back of a length outside off and Kallis heaves across the line, gets a big top edge and that's four more to third man

7.6

Broad to Kallis, 2 runs, another golf swing from Kallis, big outside edge towards regulation third man, Dernbach is slow to react and doesn't get to the catch, ends up blocking it with his legs

South Africa 68/5   SCJ Broad 2-0-27-0
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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