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, play 02:28
Spotless performance from us - Faf du Plessis

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis reflects on his side's all-round display, and the flat Potchefstroom pitch

, play 01:15
Moonda: Bangladesh will be disappointed with inability to compete

Firdose Moonda looks back on the fifth day's play in Potchefstroom, where Bangladesh collapsed in a heap to be bowled out for 90

, play 01:24
Moonda: Bangladesh will be disappointed with soft dismissals

While there are a lot of positives for Bangladesh, they will be gutted to have not done better against South Africa, says our correspondent Firdose Moonda

, play 01:21
Moonda: Markram made the most of his opportunity

Aiden Markram and Dean Elgar put up a 196-run partnership before the former was run out for 97 after a mix-up

Big defeat

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No. of times Bangladesh have lost by bigger margin of runs than the 333 runs in this match. Their biggest defeat of 465 runs came v SL in Chittagong in 2009.

Tough task

217

Highest target successfully chased by Bangladesh in Tests, against West Indies in St George's in 2009. They are set 424 to win in this match.

Fightback

252

Previous highest total by Bangladesh in Tests in South Africa, which came in East London in 2002. Their average total in 8 innings in SA was only 180.

One to improve

16.60

Tamim's average v SA in Tests, before this match - his worst against any opposition. In 10 innings he had hit only 166 runs with a solitary fifty.

The 199 club

10

No. of batsmen to get out on 199 in Tests. Dean Elgar is the 10th to join the club and first for South Africa.

Amla equals Smith

27

No. of centuries for Amla in Tests, as many as Graeme Smith. For South Africa only Kallis has more hundreds (45).

Elgar's best

140

Dean Elgar's previous highest score in Tests. He has scored his maiden 150+ score.

Missed narrowly

3

No. of players to get run out in 90s on their Test debut, including Aiden Markram in this match. Abdul Kadir (in 1964) and Gordon Greenidge (in 1974) were the first two.