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Sunday, 27 October, 2002, 12:36 GMT
Kallis crushes Bangladesh
Second Test, Potchefstroom: South Africa (482-5 dec) beat Bangladesh (215 & 107) by an innings and 160 runs

Hannan Sarkar is bowled Ntini for 17
Opener Sarkar fell for 17 after a brisk start

Jacques Kallis hit an unbeaten century and took five wickets in 12 balls as South Africa completed a second successive innings victory over Bangladesh.

The tourists now share an unenviable record of eight consecutive Test defeats with the South African side of 1888-99 and the England team in 1920-21.

At one point 95 for five, Bangladesh collapsed in typically dramatic fashion to be all out for 107, 160 runs short of making their hosts bat again.

Kallis took five for 21, including three wickets in a single over, to clean up the tail in double-quick time.

And Makhaya Ntini took three wickets, putting the brakes on a brisk start by the tourists, which saw 33 runs in the first seven overs.

Opener Al Sahariar top-scored with 27 before he was caught by Kallis at slip of Mornantau Hayward and Alok Kapali contributed a cavalier 23.

Jacques Kallis
Kallis went through the entire series unbeaten
Kallis was 139 not out, with 18 fours and a six, when South Africa declared on 482 for five an hour into the morning.

The all-rounder took the man of the match award, and was named man of the series after going through both Tests unbeaten.

After a second day in which just a single wicket fell, three batsmen were sent on their way as the hosts looked for quick runs.

Gary Kirsten added just six to his overnight 154 before gaining a thin outside edge behind off medium-pacer Talha Jubair.

Ashwell Prince followed four balls later for a duck and Martin van Jaarsveld was lbw to Tapash Baisya for 11.


South Africa : Shaun Pollock (capt), Gary Kirsten, Herschelle Gibbs, Jacques Kallis, Makhaya Ntini, Ashwell Prince, Graeme Smith, Martin van Jaarsveld, Mark Boucher (wkt), Claude Henderson, Nantie Hayward.

Bangladesh: Hannan Sarkar, Al Sahariar, Alok Kapali, Habibul Bashar, Manjural Islam, Talha Jubair, Tapash Baisya, Tushar Imran, Khaled Mashud (capt, wkt), Sanwar Hossain, Rafiqul Islam.

Umpires: Russell Tiffin (Zimbabwe) and Daryl Harper (Australia)

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