Dean Elgar pads were used to try and work James Anderson’s delivery. However, the ball clipped the thigh guard before falling on the stumps and bouncing off his right arm.
Kagiso Rabada’s excellent five-wicket haul helped South Africa eliminate England for a pitiful total of 165 on Day 2 of the ongoing first Test at the Lord’s Cricket Ground. Sarel Erwee and skipper Dean Elgar gave South Africa a good start in retribution. Dean Elgar and Erwee shared 85 runs for the first wicket before Elgar was caught in one of the most uncomfortable situations. Dean Elgar tried to mimic the delivering style of James Anderson. However, the ball clipped the thigh guard before falling on the stumps and bouncing off his right arm.
The video was uploaded to England Cricket’s official Twitter account.
The Tweet is here:
A much-needed wicket! 💪
Live clips: https://t.co/2nFwGblL1E
🏴 #ENGvSA 🇿🇦 | #RedforRuth pic.twitter.com/Y4LqxanBX1
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 18, 2022
A brief review indicated that the ball had really impacted Dean Elgar’s pad rather than his bat. Despite the fact that Stuart Broad had been ruled to have caught him behind.
While batting on seven, the southpaw edged Matthew Potts as well. But Zak Crawley flubbed a head-high slip catch that slid through his hands.
For the 12th time in a Test match, Rabada took five wickets in an innings, finishing with 5 for 52 in 19 overs.
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