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Monday, December 28, 2009

South Africa vs England 2nd Test 2009: Report of Day 3

Perhaps England cricket team is going to take the lead of the 2nd test match against South Africa. Touring side could able to put 43 runs lead in front of home team at the end of day three. Thanks to Alastair Cook’s century and Paul Collingwood’s fighting score in the middle order position has helped England cricket team to make 386 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. Alastair Cook scored 118 which was his 10th test century. Paul Collingwood’s 91 runs innings set England into a comfortable position. Even it made their patch smooth. Ian Bell is still on the crease along with Matt Prior. They respectively scored 55 and 11 runs.

English opener Alastair Cook has got back his form after scoring a century. It was his first century since May 2009. Neither Kevin Pietersen nor Jonathan Trott could play any important innings for England team.

England started the 3rd day with 103/1. South African bowler Morne Morkel took three wickets alone where Paul Harris and Jean-Paul Duminy took one wicket apiece. However, more two days are left. These two days can change the match result. England cricket team should try hard to make some quick score so that they can invite South Africa to bat their second innings.

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