Last Updated: 16/07/17 1:22pm
Highlights of the third day of the second Test between England and South Africa at Trent Bridge.
England were hunting early wickets on day three of the second Test against South Africa – but they were not forthcoming due a non-review and a dropped catch.
The hosts did strike twice late in the morning session, though, with Dean Elgar (80) looping a Ben Stokes short ball to James Anderson before Anderson forced the dangerous Quinton de Kock (1) to snick behind.
Watch the pick of the action in the video above as South Africa reached lunch on 160-3 to extend their lead to 290, with Hashim Amla unbeaten on 61 and skipper Faf du Plessis one not out.
Ben Stokes celebrates the wicket of Dean Elgar
Joe Root’s decision not to call the third umpire into action proved unwise, with UltraEdge suggesting Amla, on 25 at the time, had snicked Stuart Broad low to wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow.
Broad nearly snared Elgar, on 55 at the time, in his following over but Anderson was unable to cling on to a sharp chance at gully diving one-handed to his left.
Elgar completed his eighth Test fifty from 79 deliveries and Amla his 34th from 96 – Amla matching his first-innings trick by sealing his half-century with a straight six off Liam Dawson – as the two took their second-wicket stand to 135.
Hashim Amla is 61 not out for South Africa at lunch
England earned some joy in the last 20 minutes, however – De Kock almost mirroring Elgar’s dismissal by ballooning a Stokes bumper into the leg side first ball before he edged his fourth delivery behind to Bairstow.
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