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Moeen Ali's Fifer Helps England Seal Series

Moeen Ali's fifer helps England seal series against South Africa


Moeen Ali's fifer helps England seal series against South Africa, morning Al Ricci scored 177 points in the quarter-finals in the fourth qualifying round at Old Trafford. England captain Joe Root wins his first test series. South Africa made a huge 380 set for the victory and took 202 on the fourth day after taking two wickets from two beads to get rid of Morne Morkel and Duanne Olivier, I bowled. The off-spinner was 19.5 overruns with 69 and 25 walks. As a result, Britain has won the first home test series with South Africa since 1998.

South Africa was the second defeat in the 20th test series in the 2015/16 season and other overseas campaigns were reversed in the match against India in 2015/16. Hajim Amara (83) and Captain Papp Duplesis (61), who selected 43 men for three people at lunchtime in South Africa, wore 123 at the fourth wicket. But Ali took three wickets for five runs in 11 balls including Amla's prize scalp. Proteas began to collapse in 173, from 163 to 6.

England's second-inning, 243, was a no-show.


South Africa is faced with a huge chase. The England team failed to score in the fourth game against New Zealand in 2008 as they failed to score 294 in four innings at Old Trafford. South Africa has not helped when both goals have already been missed. On his third test at The Oval on Monday when he was caught behind Stuart Broad, Elgar, who was in second inning with 239 wins in the UK, finished fifth.

Heino Kuhn struggled to cement the test site, and again with James Anderson, who repeatedly played and missed on the 11th, he beat Cook at James Anderson End. Temba Bavuma fought hard again until he heard criticism from Toby Roland-Jones in the last ball before lunch and got him again.

Amla released Ben Stokes and finished the ball in the ninth inning with four at-bats. He pushed the strike twice for the two sophisticated offside four legs.

However, compared to 163 in South Africa, Amla missed the intended whip shoot from Ali. And for the second time on Monday, Britain had to review Kumar Dharmasena's away game first, but llw.

Replay was not needed when Quinton de Kock drove Ali to Alastair Cook. 173 for 5 became 173 for 6 when Theunis de Bruyn fell for the duck. Ali slipped and released Stokes.

Eventually for South Africa, the car ended in 182 for six. Du Plessis, who played in Lancashire's Old Trafford, added one point to his car score in an interview with Anderson, Test Wicket-taker, England's top player.

Anderson, who finished at the age of sixteen, caught the Kagisora Sea. Ali finished the match with Morkel properly. I looked at the duck before Olivier came out.

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