Result
2nd Test, Durban, Dec 26-30 2009, England tour of South Africa
(50 ov)
343 & 133
574/9d
England won by an innings and 98 runs
Player Of The Match
Day 5
Mark Boucher battled hard but was dismissed by Stuart Broad, caught down the leg side
Vertigo kicks in as South Africa stumble from summit
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Swann collected his second successive man-of-the-match award as he helped England to victory
Joker Swann proves his serious talent
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Swann and Andrew Strauss are all smiles as England ended 2009 in style
Strauss savours a year-capping victory
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Swann completed his second five-wicket haul of the series to wrap up an innings victory
Swann five seals innings victory
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
Day 4
JP Duminy tried to leave a swinging delivery from Stuart Broad but it cannoned into leg stump off the inside edge
Riches to rags for free-falling South Africa
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Ian Bell celebrates his ninth Test hundred, which helped put England in a strong position on day four
Bell bounces back from Centurion horror
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Swann spun one back through the gate of Hashim Amla to claim his second wicket
Post-Ashes attitude gives England lift-off
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Jacques Kallis shouldered arms to a ball that darted back into his off stump
Finding the top of off
2yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Paul Collingwood suffered a dislocated finger during practice on the fourth morning
Collingwood sent for scan on dislocated finger
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Jacques Kallis shouldered arms to a ball that darted back into his off stump
Swann and Broad stun South Africa
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
Day 3
Morne Morkel was the pick of South Africa's bowlers all day and celebrates finally removing Alastair Cook
Morkel's missed opportunity highlights bowling concerns
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Alastair Cook was delighted to complete his 10th Test century
Gooch's guidance pays dividends for Cook
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Paul Harris bags the big wicket of Kevin Pietersen on the third morning in Durban
Gusting winds and gutsy knocks
2yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Alastair Cook battled hard and found some form as the first session went on
Cook and Collingwood set England platform
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
Day 2
Dale Steyn and Makhaya Ntini rush to don their bowling boots, after adding 58 for South Africa's tenth wicket
Ordinary Ntini falls into the spotlight
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Andrew Strauss reflects on his dismissal, defeated by Morne Morkel again
A contest crying out for a hundred
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Swann finally got a review in his favour when he removed Mark Boucher lbw
Ripping reviews and Steyn's long handle
2yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Dale Steyn went on the rampage during an entertaining tenth-wicket stand with Makhaya Ntini
Strauss cameo sets England platform
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
Day 1
England rewarded for playing waiting game
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Smith mix-up thickens the plot
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Smith had batted superbly until a horrible mix-up saw him run out by Alastair Cook
Cutting it fine
2yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
Graeme Smith is aghast after the mix-up with AB de Villiers that led to his run-out for 75
England make inroads after Smith and Kallis stand
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
Others
Swann in a box
1yBeach
Graeme Swann struck with his second delivery as South Africa wobbled after England declared with a 232-run advantage
Swann moves to No.3 in rankings
1yCricinfo staff
Stuart Broad started a blistering spell after tea by removing Jacques Kallis with one that came back
Broad exorcises his Durban ghost
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban
JP Duminy tried to leave a swinging delivery from Stuart Broad but it cannoned into leg stump off the inside edge
Procter calls on South Africa to show fight
1yAndrew McGlashan in Cape Town
Stuart Broad remonstrated with the umpires after South Africa delayed their call for the review that gave him out
Fiery Broad treated 'same as everyone else'
1yAndrew McGlashan in Durban