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Last Updated: Sunday, 17 August, 2003, 09:29 GMT 10:29 UK
England v SA - day four
Shaun Pollock celebrates taking the wicket of Michael Vaughan who is caught by keeper Mark Boucher
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Shaun Pollock makes the crucial breakthrough early in the morning with Michael Vaughan caught behind leaving England on 17-2
Michael Vaughan walks back to the pavilion after being dismissed by Pollock
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Vaughan cuts a forlorn figure after making just five leaving England leading by just 100 runs with eight wickets left
Nasser Hussain flicks a ball to leg
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Nasser Hussain flicks a ball to the leg side as England look to capitalise on the odd loose delivery
Mark Butcher is bowled by Andrew Hall's first delivery of the day
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England stumble to 39-3 after Mark Butcher is bowled by Andrew Hall's first delivery of the day
Ed Smith returns to the pavilion after being trapped lbw by his first delivery
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England immediately lose their fourth wicket after Ed Smith is trapped lbw by the rampant Hall
Alec Stewart returns to the pavilion after being dismissed by Jacques Kallis
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England are in real trouble as the experienced Alec Stewart edges a Jacques Kallis out-swinger to Boucher leaving the score on 44-5
Andrew Flintoff hooks Makhaya Ntini to the boundary
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All-rounder Andrew Flintoff leads the England fightback with a series of firmly struck boundaries
Shaun Pollock claims the wicket of Andrew Flintoff
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South Africa are set just 202 to win after the inspirational Pollock claims figures of 6-39 including the wicket of Flintoff as England are dismissed for 118
England's James Kirtley appeals successfully for the wicket of Graeme Smith
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South Africa lose their first two wickets cheaply as James Kirtley traps opener Graeme Smith lbw soon followed by Jacques Rudolph leaving the tourists on 28-2
James Anderson celebrates as South Africa lose the vital wicket of Jacques Kallis
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James Anderson claims the vital wicket of Jacques Kallis as South Africa continue to stutter, eventually ending the day on 63-5




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