RESULT
4th Test, Johannesburg, January 13 - 17, 2005, England tour of South Africa
411/8d & 332/9d
(T:325) 419 & 247

England won by 77 runs

Player Of The Match
5/144 & 7/61
matthew-hoggard
Others
South Africa v England

South Africa v England

15-Apr-2005Matthew Engel
Hoggy bashes the Boks

Hoggy bashes the Boks

18-Jan-2005Paper Round by Martin Williamson
'A tough defeat to accept'

'A tough defeat to accept'

17-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
Swing, shape and an appetite for labour

Swing, shape and an appetite for labour

17-Jan-2005The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at the Wanderers
Hoggard's super seven launches England to victory

Hoggard's super seven launches England to victory

17-Jan-2005The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson
SA Quotes Day 4

SA Quotes Day 4

16-Jan-2005Andrew Miller at the Wanderers
Boje braced for final-day chase

Boje braced for final-day chase

16-Jan-2005Andrew Miller at the Wanderers
Wandering around the Wanderers

Wandering around the Wanderers

16-Jan-2005Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller
England face final-day headache

England face final-day headache

16-Jan-2005The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at the Wanderers
Trescothick's ton boosts England on a fluctuating day

Trescothick's ton boosts England on a fluctuating day

16-Jan-2005The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson
Hoggard reflects on the wind of change

Hoggard reflects on the wind of change

15-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
Gibbs rediscovers his balance

Gibbs rediscovers his balance

15-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
Exhaustion fights two-fingered resilience

Exhaustion fights two-fingered resilience

15-Jan-2005The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at the Wanderers
Gibbs punishes weary England

Gibbs punishes weary England

15-Jan-2005The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson
Vaughan blasts umpiring inconsistency

Vaughan blasts umpiring inconsistency

14-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
Pollock rues lost initiative

Pollock rues lost initiative

14-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
Vaughan batting from memory

Vaughan batting from memory

14-Jan-2005The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at the Wanderers
Vaughan leads the fightback after a clatter of wickets

Vaughan leads the fightback after a clatter of wickets

14-Jan-2005The Bulletin by Jenny Thompson
'You've got to ride the wave for as long as possible'

'You've got to ride the wave for as long as possible'

13-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
'England will be disappointed'

'England will be disappointed'

13-Jan-2005Andrew Miller
Cashing in while you can

Cashing in while you can

13-Jan-2005The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller
South Africa Innings
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