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Last Updated: Monday, 17 January, 2005, 08:45 GMT
SA v Eng fourth Test day five photos
South African bowler Shaun Pollock enjoys capturing the wicket of Geraint Jones
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Shaun Pollock strikes after just 20 minutes of play as Geraint Jones is out (13) caught by Dale Steyn on the boundary rope
Trescothick looks to maintain his form on the last day of the fourth Test
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But Marcus Trescothick carries on where he left off and helps England reach 250-6 with an hour to go before lunch
An England fan waves his flag as the team take command on the fifth day
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England fans have a lot to cheer as Marcus Trescothick reaches 150 and the lead passes 300 runs
Marcus Trescothick is out for an impressive knock of 180 and England declare on 332-9
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Marcus Trescothick is the last wicket to fall as England declare on 332-9 setting South Africa a target of 325 to win
Matthew Hoggard celebrates taking the wicket of SA opener AB de Villiers
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Matthew Hoggard gets England off to a great start taking three wickets, including two in two balls, leaving SA on 25-3
Mark Boucher is out for a duck as Hoggard grabs six wickets
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Hoggard gets the first six SA wickets after also skittling out Boeta Dippenaar, Mark Boucher and Nicky Boje
Graeme Smith picks up a bat despite a head injury and comes out to face Vaughan's England
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SA captain Graeme Smith is forced to come in, despite suffering from concussion, as his team slump to 118-6
Ashley Giles is delighted to get a debatable LBW decision against Herschelle Gibbs
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Ashley Giles chips in with the prized scalp of Herschelle Gibbs (98) as the tourists only need three wickets for victory
Hoggard gets seven wickets as England capture an impressive victory in the fourth Test
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Matthew Hoggard aptly secures the win for England taking the last wicket of Dale Steyn to give his team a 77-run victory
Hoggard rests in the dressing room after a match-winning performance in the fourth Test
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Hoggard deservedly walks away with the man-of-the-match award after getting a career-best 7-61 from 18.3 overs

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