Player of the Match
Player of the Match

6.13pm SA have enforced the follow on. Faf hugs Rabada; SA's players warm-up on the ground. Quick changeover for Bangladesh

AB de Villiers tweets: "Well bowled @KagisoRabada25 !!! What a player!!!!" --- 'Nuff said

Tawhid: "Rubel has faced 30+ balls and it's more than Soumyo, Mominul, Mushfiq , Mahmudullah and Sabbir. That's in a way sums up Bangladesh batting"

42.5
W
Rabada to Rubel Hossain, OUT, Rabada claims a five-wicket haul - his sixth in 22 Tests - and wraps up Bangladesh for 147. Rubel backs away outside leg. This is an inch-perfect middle-stump yorker from Rabada. Bam! No shame in missing that. Even a genuine batsman would have cleaned up

Rubel Hossain b Rabada 10 (54m 33b 2x4 0x6) SR: 30.30

Colin: "How's the light? " --- It's getting dark

42.2
0
Rabada to Rubel Hossain, no run, Rubel backs away outside leg, Rabada follows him and pings him on the glove. Rubel is in pain. He needs medical attention
39.3
W
Maharaj to Mustafizur Rahman, OUT, A big appeal for a catch in front of the wicket. Not given by umpire Dharmasena. De Kock is keen on a review. Elgar was keen as well. Faf goes for it. Pushed through quicker, starts outside off and breaks back in. Mustafiz prods at it and offers up a bat-pad catch to Markram forward short leg. There's a deflection, and Mustafiz has to go. Maharaj enters the wickets column

Mustafizur Rahman c Markram b Maharaj 0 (4m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

38.6
W
Rabada to Liton Das, OUT, Rabada returns and nabs Liton. Hip-high short ball on off stump, Liton aims to pull it over square leg. Instead, he skies a top edge. Faf settles under it at second slip

Liton Das c du Plessis b Rabada 70 (118m 77b 13x4 0x6) SR: 90.90

Mijan: "@Damine: Liton Das has been with the team for a while. He has not converted the domestic potential into international cricket. He was not given a long run though. This innings could be a defining one for him."

36.6
4
Phehlukwayo to Liton Das, FOUR runs, too full and straying onto the pads, Liton simply tickles it away to the fine-leg boundary. Four boundaries off the over

Saleem: "Bang 7 down, Aussies 8 down & SL 9 down. "

36.5
4
Phehlukwayo to Liton Das, FOUR runs, too full on off, Liton pushes Andile again, this time driving exquisitely to the right of mid-on
36.4
4
Phehlukwayo to Liton Das, FOUR runs, pitched up and outside off, Andile invites the drive. Liton obliges, presses forward and strokes it straight of mid-off. Parnell dives over the ball and lets it through to the boundary
36.2
4
Phehlukwayo to Liton Das, FOUR runs, short and outside off, sits up, Liton picks up the length early. He rocks back and cracks a pull to the midwicket boundary. Andile doesn't have the pace to trouble Liton

Damien: "Looking at Das' first class stats. He seems a good player with a 48 average and he's only 22 as well. Could be a potential test specialist for BD. Surprised he isn't included much more often.

35.2
4
Maharaj to Rubel Hossain, FOUR runs, overpitched on middle and leg, Rubel brings out another whippy drive and sends it to the right of mid-on

Divyamsh: "Toss was only a trailer, we are seeing a whole picture now. "

33.6
4
Olivier to Rubel Hossain, FOUR runs, Rubel gets off the mark after 10 balls. Leg-stump half-volley, which is driven capably to the left of mid-on

Around the wicket with a leg gully in place

31.2
W
Olivier to Taijul Islam, OUT, Nip-backer from Olivier. He bursts through the gate of Taijul. Back of a length, angling in, curving in sharply from around the wicket. Taijul dares to drive with a big bat-pad gap. Olivier clatters through it and knocks out the off stump. Bangladesh seven down

Taijul Islam b Olivier 12 (57m 38b 0x4 0x6) SR: 31.57

frabby: "Taijul has faced more deliveries than mominul, mushfique, mahmudullah and sabbir combined"

30.5
1
Phehlukwayo to Liton Das, 1 run, back of a length outside off, tapped through the covers to bring up his fifty
30.3
4
Phehlukwayo to Liton Das, FOUR runs, back of a length at off stump, stands tall and whips this off the front foot, past mid-on. Very stylish from him today
29.6
0
Olivier to Taijul Islam, no run, short and angled away from off stump. Nearly chops this onto off stump as he looks to cut. But he's been by far the luckiest batsman today. And why not, after that clubbing in the field?
25.6
0
Olivier to Taijul Islam, no run, bunts it wide of short leg. Short one climbs at his ribs and he manages to poke this to short leg's left. It was in the air...

Confirmation that Kagiso Rabada has gone top of the Test wicket charts in 2017, with 47 scalps.

24.6
4
Parnell to Liton Das, FOUR runs, overpitched outside off stump, leans into it and it's another good looking drive past extra cover
23.5
4
Rabada to Liton Das, FOUR runs, back of a length outside off, weight moves backwards this time and he's in great position to punch this to the cover boundary
23.3
4
Rabada to Liton Das, FOUR runs, lovely shot. Good length, outside off stump. Leans into it and punches on the up through the covers
22.2
4
Parnell to Liton Das, FOUR runs, good length, wide outside off. Takes it on with a drive and slices it uppishly, but even Bavuma can't hold onto this at slip
21.2
4
Rabada to Liton Das, FOUR runs, great shot. This short one sits in the pitch and allows him some time. Great balance and he watches it onto the bat as he hooks and keeps it down

Rabada is now the top wicket-taker in 2017. He has overtaken Nathan Lyon's 46.

19.3
W
Rabada to Sabbir Rahman, OUT, chips it straight to extra cover. Full ball, tempts him outside off stump. Might have been slight shape away too. He goes after it with a drive and bunts it off the bottom of the bat, straight to Parnell

Sabbir Rahman c Parnell b Rabada 0 (9m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

  • BCB 'concerned' by Mushfiqur Rahim's comments

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    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

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.

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

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.

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.

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