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Last Updated: Wednesday, 9 February, 2005, 13:52 GMT
SA v Eng fifth ODI photos
Darren Gough and AB de Villiers await the umpire's decision
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After a one-hour delay the match begins - Darren Gough dismisses AB de Villiers for two in the third over
Graeme Smith sends another shot to the boundary
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Captain Graeme Smith frustrates England's bowlers by dispatching numerous deliveries to the boundary
Jacques Kallis punishes the England bowling
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Jacques Kallis comes in at number three and races to 49 before becoming Kabir Ali's first victim of the day
Kabir Ali dismisses Herschelle Gibbs for just eight runs leaving South Africa on 119-3
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Ali strikes again four overs later when Herschelle Gibbs finds the waiting hands of Kevin Pietersen at mid-wicket
The field still shows signs of the heavy rain that caused a late start
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South Africa build their score amid large moisture-absorbing sawdust patches that give the field the look of a golf course
Justin Kemp piles on the runs for South Africa
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Justin Kemp arrives at the crease and lofts seven sixes while compiling a one-day personal best of 80 off 50 balls
Graeme Smith salutes the crowd after completing his century
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The hosts lose three more wickets but not before Smith completes his century - South Africa make a total of 311-7
Michael Vaughan registers a half century as England struggle to score quickly enough
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Marcus Trescothick and Geraint Jones are gone by the 16th over, Michael Vaughan steadies things with a half century
Kevin Pietersen continues his impressive form in the one-day series with a quick fire 50
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Vaughan is caught at short mid-wicket for 70 so England look once again at Kevin Pietersen to rescue the game
Pietersen hits 100 from 69 balls but England still lose the fifth ODI
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Pietersen hits 100 not out with the last ball of the match but it's not enough to save the game as SA win by seven runs




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