Kagiso Rabada and Marco Jansen delivered their best when needed with the ball in the final innings as South Africa was able to pull up a win over New Zealand by 198 runs in the 2nd Test at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch to draw the 2-match series by 1-1. New Zealand resumed their Day 5 at 94/4, Devon Conway and Tom Blundell tried to keep New Zealand in the game and the duo managed to do that up to an extent with aggression which acted as a ray of hope for the hosts.

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In the 1st session, South Africa just took 1 wicket as Lutho Sipamla got the better of Conway who was looking good as he scored 92. However, in the 2nd session, the script of the whole match changed as South Africa took wickets in quick successions and once South Africa got the wicket of Blundell (44), New Zealand’s innings went down.

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Earlier, South Africa declared their innings at 354/9 after a great knock of Kyle Verreynne’s 136-run. Earlier, Sarel Erwee scored 108 as South Africa went on to post a 364 on the scorecard. In response, New Zealand got bowled out on 293, as the visitors took a lead of 71-run in the first innings.

Brief Scores: South Africa: 1st innings: Sarel Erwee 108; Neil Wagner 4/102 and 2nd innings: Kyle Verreynne 136; Matt Henry 2/81 defeated New Zealand: 1st innings: Colin De Grandehomme 120*; Kagiso Rabada 5/60 and 2nd innings: Devon Conway 92; Kagiso Rabada 3/46

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