England has a record win in the third Test against England (South Africa). He defeated South Africa by an innings and 53 runs on Monday, the fifth day of the Test match played at St George’s Park ground here. This is England’s biggest win in nine years outside the home country. He last won an out-of-home win against Australia in Sydney in 2011.

Captain Joe Root took the maximum of four wickets for England (Source: Twitter)

South Africa won the first Test match against South Africa vs England by 107 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series. But guest England then equalized in the series by winning the second Test in Cape Town by 189 runs. Now he has also won the third Test. With this victory, England has taken a 2–1 lead in the four-match Test series.

England wins the 3rd Test Match against South Africa (Source: Twitter)

In the third Test played in Port Elizabeth, England declared innings by scoring 499 runs for nine wickets in their first innings. After this, he had forced South Africa to play follow-on by piling on 209 runs in the first innings. The hosts also could not save themselves from defeat by playing follow-on and were all out for 237 runs in their second innings.

In the second innings for South Africa, Keshav Maharaj scored an unbeaten 71 runs. Apart from them, Dan Peterson contributed 39 not out, captain Faf du Plessis 36, Kagiso Rabada 16, Vernon Philander 13 and Dean Elgar contributed 15 runs. Captain Joe Root took the maximum of four wickets for England. Apart from him, Mark Wood took three and Stuart Broad and Dominic Bess took one wicket each.

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