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Sri Lanka strike back after Elgar ton

Sri Lanka claimed four wickets in the second half of the morning session to have South Africa 256 for five at lunch on the second day of the second Betway test at the Imperial Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg on Monday, a first innings lead of 99 with five first innings wickets in hand.

South Africa seemed to be cruising at the midway drinks break on 216 for one with Dean Elgar and Rassie van der Dussen going strongly, moving their overnight total from 148, adding 68 runs in the first hour. But then, as is with test cricket, the break brought about a wicket, and then some more…

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