Proteas increase Kiwis wait to beat unbeaten streak!
CRICDOT DESK : If you want to win, you have to set a world record. However, on the last day, it is natural for the Kiwis to think of winning from victory. That was enough to win the series. But New Zealand could not cross the difficult path.
The rate is confirmed after the tea break. South Africa tied the two-match series 1-1 with a big victory of 198 runs. At the same time, the Kiwis maintained their unbeaten record in Test series (16). Tom Lathams, on the other hand, outscored the series.
Christchurch had no record of winning a toss or batting match. But Proteas captain Dean Elgar didn’t think about the past after seeing the wicket with little grass. At the end of the day, he is successful. New Zealand were bowled out for 228 in 428 overs.
The last day started with 94 runs for 4 wickets. Despite giving hope, the unbeaten batsmen of the previous day, Devon Conway and Tom Blandell, could not cross the first session. Lutho Sipamla broke the 65-run partnership by returning Conway. Marco Jansen then collapsed alone in the lower middle order.
Later, the hosts could not resist. Even if it rains, it is only temporary. Kagiso Rabada is the best in the match with 5 wickets in the first innings and 6 wickets in the match. The series-best award went to Kiwi pacer Matt Henry, who took 14 wickets in two matches.