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Last Updated: Sunday, 16 January, 2005, 12:07 GMT
SA v Eng fourth Test day four photos
Matthew Hoggard successfully appeals for the wicket of Shaun Pollock just two balls into the day
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England get a superb start when Matthew Hoggard traps Shaun Pollock lbw for 0 to claim his fifth wicket
James Anderson finishes with figures of 2-117 off 28 overs
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James Anderson bowls erratically and concedes several boundaries, but does remove Herschelle Gibbs for 161
Andrew Flintoff sees a shot race past him on his way to figures of 1-77 off 30.1 overs
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Andrew Flintoff, England's most economical bowler, has a tough morning that sees him fail to claim any wickets
Marcus Trescothick finishes with respectable figures of 0-11 off five overs
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With England's bowling options limited by injury, opener Marcus Trescothick makes a guest appearance with the ball
Makhaya Ntini is bowled by Ashley Giles after making a useful score of 26
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The final wicket, that of Makhaya Ntini, falls just before lunch with South Africa edging ahead after totalling 419
Makhaya Ntini is congratulated by team-mate Dale Steyn after his early success
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Ntini returns to the field and wastes no time in claiming the prized wicket of Andrew Strauss for a duck
Marcus Trescothick steadies England's innings after a shaky start
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With Robert Key also departing early, Trescothick is left to take charge and completes his half century before tea
After a decent first-innings score, Vaughan shows signs of improvement in Johannesburg
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Captain Michael Vaughan ably supports his opener as they enjoy a century partnership off 183 balls
Michael Vaughan ducks under a vigorous delivery from Jacques Kallis
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Evasive action is required by Vaughan on his way to another good score - Pollock eventually dismisses him for 54
Marcus Trescothick salutes the crowd on completion of his 10th Test century
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Graham Thorpe and Flintoff both fall cheaply but Trescothick still records his 10th Test century as England close on 197-5




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