South Africa vs Australia 1st Test Day 5 Highlights 11-7-2016

Watch Aus v SA 1st commonwealth bank test day 5 (final day) full highlights today from Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth (Australia), Monday 7th November 2016. After the end of the first day, most peoples were thinking this match will end in a maximum three days but now everyone is waiting for today’s play which is the fifth day.

After South African second innings this match now becomes perfect or a complete test match. After stumps day 3 South Africa was at 390 with six down and after the end of their second innings they scored 540 with eight down and F du Plessis captain of SA team declared their innings.

Australia scored 169 runs on the fourth day in their second innings till the end of the day they were four down. DW Steyn had not bowled yesterday because of injury (Shoulder Fracture) and without him, South Africa almost got their match with K Rabada who dismissed three Australian batsmen in sixteen overs with 49 runs. UT Khawaja doing his best, he scored 58 runs and still not out, MR Marsh helping him with 15 runs not out.

Toss: South Africa & bat.

South Africa team
SC Cook, D Elgar, HM Amla, F du Plessis*, T Bavuma, JP Duminy, Q de Kock†, VD Philander, DW Steyn, K Rabada, KA Maharaj.

Australia team
DA Warner, SE Marsh, UT Khawaja, SPD Smith*, AC Voges, MR Marsh, PM Nevill†, MA Starc, PM Siddle, JR Hazlewood, NM Lyon.

Match Timings: 10:30 local time (02:30 GMT)

DA Warner the most dangerous batsmen in Australia batting line scored 35 runs off 33 balls and when his wicket down then it was 12.2 from Rabada, a direct hit and Warner is run-out. What a piece of fielding from Bavuma. Back of a length on middle, Warner pushes in front of point.

Bavuma rushes in and picks up cleanly. Now, remember he is a right-hander. He gets himself in an awkward position to ensure he saves a fraction of a second to get the throwaway. Contorts his body and fires the stumps down at the bowler’s end. Looked like Warner was dawdling towards the end knowing there was no way he could have been run-out.

His bat is on the crease and is out. The best piece of fielding I’ve seen in a long, long while. To get someone as fast as Warner run-out. Got to the ball quickly too, he was airborne when he released the ball. So accurate that he hits the base of middle stump. Awesome. 52/1.

Test no. 2230 | 2016/17 season
Played at Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
03,04,05,06,07 November 2016 (5-day match)


South Africa 242 & 540/8d
Australia 244 & 361 119.1 overs
South Africa won by 177 runs