Gone, got him! South Africa win the Test and level the series! Sidebottom tried to heave this through the leg side but misses and it crashes into the stumps. South Africa win by an innings and 74 runs.
Well, that, as they say in the classics, is that. A cracking series comes to a close, thanks for all your emails, I hope you enjoyed the coverage and will join me, Sahil Dutta, Andrew Miller, and Liam Brickhill next time.
Smith looks delighted, as well he might, and says "we could easily be standing here 3-1 up, but you have to give credit to England". After a competitive series he says the two sides will share a beer later. Smith commends the pitch, which has been superb and then offers an emotional tribute to his great mate Mark Boucher.
Andrew Strauss says: "You have to give credit to Graeme and he team, from the very first ball they haven't given us a sniff." He describes it as a "bitter end but not all doom and gloom". Strauss says he was frustrated with the review system but more frustrated with his team's batting.
The man of the match rather fittingly goes to two men - Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel. Steyn says that Morkel has stepped into Ntini's shoes and Morkel thinks his hard work has paid off. It has.
The man of the series is another shared award, which makes sense for a shared series I guess - Graeme Swann and Mark Boucher. Swann describes it as a sour taste after England "failed to turn up for this Test and were hammered".
Ian Bishop leads the presentation and awards Jacques Kallis with a fridge for his 150th catch, Ashwell Prince, rather embarrassingly for him after a quiet series, wins a similar prize as does Mark Boucher for his 5000th run.
Andrew Miller has his final bulletin of the tour, which is well worth a read. Fear not, you can still read his regular musings via his Twitter page, and as ever there is the Facebook page.
"How fitting that this riveting series was separated by 16 runs. Two draws, England win one by an innings and 90 runs, South Africa win the other by an innings and 74 runs. I only wish there was a 5th, I'm sad its all over!" says Alastor.
South Africa have absolutely routed England here. They finally got their team selection right and on a proper, sporting Test pitch, Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel twice destroyed England. It has been a wonderful, fluctuating series that ends level, which means South Africa retain the Basil D'Oliveira Trophy. England have been blown away this match, South Africa's potent new-ball pair and Graeme Smith's hundred meant there was barely a contest here at the Wanderers.
forward and defending
Sidebottom looking a bit like Clayton Lambert, crabs up the wicket and bunts Duminy through mid on for four
outside off stump and left alone
horror-ball, very short, and Sidebottom shovels it nicely to the midwicket boundary
Duminy for the final over before lunch.
fuller this time and Anderson, understandably, is pinned to the crease. Somehow he keeps it out
short once more to finish the over, misses Anderson's defences and crashes into his stomach. A cry of "aaourgh" from the batsman.
action replay, short, sharp and well glanced down to Amla at short leg
shorter this time, angled into Anderson's armpit and fended on the bounce to Amla
a touch shorter this time, swinging into the hip again, prodded into the leg side
full and Sidebottom is forward and defending, sets off for a slightly too tight single, Anderson scampers through again
full and swinging in to Sidebottom's pads, venomous stuff
Enough of Duminy, he's done his job. Steyn is back for another spell.
Sidebottom up on his toes and dropping this into the off side, Anderson scampers through for a sharp single
shortish, arrowed into the hip area, Anderson tries to tickle it round the corner and it trickles away past Boucher's half-stop for a single
hopping back and defending nicely
Anderson, stylish as ever at the crease, gets back and defends
he's more behind this one, guiding it into the off side for a single
outside off stump, quick and climbing, Sidebottom fences at it and misses
flighted, Sidebottom forward and it runs of the face out into the off side
played and missed as the ball zips of the wicket past the outside edge
|New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg|
|Toss||England, elected to bat first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Player Of The Series|
|Series result||4-match series drawn 1-1|
|Match number||Test no. 1948|
|Hours of play (local time)||10.00am start, Lunch 12.30-13.10, Tea 15.10-15.30, Close 17.30|
|Match days||14,15,16,17 January 2010 - day (5-day match)|
Lloyd and Lockie to lead UDRS investigation
ICC plans meeting to tackle review system
ICC panel to review Harper's 'volume mistake'
'Want an argument for reviews? Put Harper on the field'
|JM Anderson||not out||1||11|
|Extras||(lb 6, nb 6, w 1)|
|Total||169(10 wkts; 42.5 ovs)|