• BATSMEN
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    15.3 has he been strangled down the leg side? De Kock goes up as do the rest of South Africa and the umpire upholds their appeal. Short of a length, looks for a tuck off the hips but Kayes gets an edge through to the keeper 63/3
    4.2 taken at second slip. It's that shot again. That unambitious prod outside off stump, the nervous response on the front foot after all the anxiety on the back. This one is good length, outside off stump, and he's playing away from the body with no feet. Faf falls to his right and snaps it in front of first slip 13/1
    8.5 holes out to deep square leg. Probably instinct to go after the short one after copping one on the helmet. This cramps him at chest height and he swipes it straight to the fielder who is 15 yards in from the boundary 29/2
    23.4 error in judgement from Mushfiqur. Lets one go but has worn it on the pad. Top delivery from Parnell, though. Mushfiqur wasn't entirely wrong in letting it go. Like the previous deliveries, this one's angled across. Pitches on a length around middle and leg. Mushfiqur plants the front foot across and lifts his bat but the ball nips in ever-so-slightly very late to hit the pad. Mushfiqur opts for a review. Replays show that the impact is in line and the ball would have just about clipped off stump so the umpire's call remains 92/4
    33.6 big dive to the left from Elgar at gully and that is Rabada's 100th Test wicket. Back of a length and wide outside off. It rises off the pitch as he shapes to drive it off the back foot and in the end he's forced to reach out with hard hands. Slices it and Elgar gets both hands as he flies to the left 139/6
    32.5 shoulders arms and loses off stump. He took it away from the corridor for quite a while and Liton was happy to leave. But this one is angled in and hits the top of off stump. Well set up from the seamer 135/5
    36.6 taken at second slip. Good, disciplined bowling. Back of a length in the corridor, late movement away and he pokes at it. Nice healthy edge, a bit of a stretch for Faf at slip, but all too easy in the end 145/7
    37.2 leg stump out of the floor and out for a spin! Back of a length outside off stump, stabs at it away from the body, half looking to get out of the line. Big inside edge onto leg stump 145/8
    39.2 yorker at middle stump and eventually one would sneak through. Smashes the stumps as he looks to slice it. That's ten wickets in the match for Rabada 156/9
    not out
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    25
    10
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    120.00
    42.4 bowled. Goes full and straight, Mustafizur looks to swiped it over midwicket and misses. Leg stump thumped comprehensively 172/10
    Extras
    7 (lb 6, nb 1)
    TOTAL
    172 all out (f/o) (42.4 Overs, RR: 4.03, 221 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-13 (Soumya Sarkar, 4.2 ov), 2-29 (Mominul Haque, 8.5 ov), 3-63 (Imrul Kayes, 15.3 ov), 4-92 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 23.4 ov), 5-135 (Liton Das, 32.5 ov), 6-139 (Mahmudullah, 33.6 ov), 7-145 (Sabbir Rahman, 36.6 ov), 8-145 (Taijul Islam, 37.2 ov), 9-156 (Rubel Hossain, 39.2 ov), 10-172 (Mustafizur Rahman, 42.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    K Rabada11.013052.7200
    D Olivier11.013913.5400
    KA Maharaj6.013005.0000
    WD Parnell5.003116.2000
    AL Phehlukwayo9.423633.7201

Close of Play

  • Fri, 6 Oct - day 1 - South Africa 1st innings 428/3 (HM Amla 89*, F du Plessis 62*, 90 ov)
  • Sat, 7 Oct - day 2 - Bangladesh 2nd innings 7/0 (Imrul Kayes 6*, Soumya Sarkar 1*, 1.2 ov)
  • Sun, 8 Oct - day 3 - Bangladesh 2nd innings 172 (42.4 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • BCB 'concerned' by Mushfiqur Rahim's comments

    At the end of the first day in Bloemfontein, Mushfiqur said he wished he hadn't won the toss, alluding to how poorly his bowlers had performed after he chose to bowl

  • 'I'm a human being, I'm bound to make mistakes' - Mushfiqur Rahim

    Bangladesh's captain said he hasn't thought about stepping down because he doesn't believe it's his decision to make, adding that he should be given more opportunities precisely because he made mistakes

  • Rabada on the rise

    Bangladesh's overseas struggles, South Africa's biggest Test win ever, and other stats highlights from South Africa's resounding performance in Bloemfontein

  • Mushfiqur taken to hospital after blow to head

    The Bangladesh captain was struck by a bouncer on the third morning of the Bloemfontein Test

  • Rabada's ten-for wraps up crushing win

    Kagiso Rabada completed the third 10-wicket haul of his 22-Test career, became the fifth-youngest to 100 Test wickets and went past 50 wickets for the calendar year as South Africa completed an innings and 254-run demolition of Bangladesh

A huge win for SA

1

Where the win stands, in terms of margin of victory, for South Africa in Tests. Their previous best was an inns and 229, v SL in 2001

Bloemfontein blitz

4.77

South Africa's scoring rate in their innings - tenth highest among 576 totals of 500+ in Test history and the second-highest in Tests in SA.

Amla past Graeme Smith

28

Centuries Hashim Amla has now made in Tests. He goes past Graeme Smith with only Jacques Kallis ahead of him among batsmen from SA.

When toss doesn't matter

2

Number of higher opening stands in the 1st innings after losing the toss and being put in: 301 by Gibbs-Smith v WI, and 255 by Hayden-Langer, v SL

Rare big opening stand

9

No. of 200-run opening stands in Tests in South Africa before the one between Elgar and Markram. The previous one was between Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers v ZIM in 2005.