Kallis clips this through midwicket with immense authority and style, to take South Africa home
And that's a seven-wicket win for South Africa - an excellent win, levelling the series at 1-1 with one Test to play. It's been a cracking Test, see-sawing nicely through the first three days. But West Indies' batting, particularly in the second innings, really let them down and South Africa's doggedness and determination saw them home. The bowling from West Indies this afternoon was particularly dire, though they'd clearly given up all hope of winning - in spite of a wonderful 70 from Chanderpaul earlier in the day, and Gayle's blitzkrieg 38.
South Africa were out of the blocks in chasing 185 - and Smith worked his way into form with a very fine 85. And it is his team who have the momentum going into the third test at Durban on Thursday.
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Around the wicket
four more as Prince hooks for four through midwicket
Seven needed to win
dropped out to cover. Very well run
a petulant Kallis swings this through midwicket for four. He's had enough of this blocking lark
angling into the batsman who defends
half a step down the pitch and he steps outside leg, Kallis clatters it with a thick inside edge back to the bowler
drifting into his pads, Kallis tries to smite this through midwicket but finds the fielder
hammered to a deep silly point (yes, quite) where Ganga does well to prevent four
short of a length and he strokes it off the back foot
crikey - that was such a Graham Thorpe stroke. He shuffled forward, head right over the ball and defended
back and across, he whips it off his hip
Prince is back, very late, and cuts
Kallis is back and defending. Powell is livid. There's a bit of bad blood between these two, and it's great to watch. It hasn't spilled over or anything - it's just spicy.
Kallis goes for a walking defensive nudge, and misses. Powell can't resist the opportunity to sprint down and collect the ball himself, while inquiring on Kallis's good health and fortune in life
punched out to the off side for a quick single
Prince drives nicely but straight to the man at cover
guided out to cover
calmly defended off the back foot
|Newlands, Cape Town|
|Toss||West Indies, elected to bat first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Series result||3-match series level 1-1|
|Match number||Test no. 1858|
|Hours of play (local time)||10.30am start, Lunch 12.30-13.10, Tea 15.10-15.30, Close 17.30|
|Match days||2,3,4,5 January 2008 - day (5-day match)|