Rain halts England & South Africa

Rain halts England & South Africa

Leeds : United Kingdom | Aug 05, 2012 at 12:53 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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Only 38.4 overs were possible on the penultimate day of the second Test as South Africa closed 33 runs ahead of England at 39-0 in their second innings. England had resumed 68 behind with five wickets intact, but Saturday's century hero Kevin Pietersen (149) fell to the second ball of the morning.... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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