England v South Africa LIVE: Cricket result from the first Test as Stuart Broad takes the 100th wicket at Lord’s

<p>Matty Potts won England’s second wicket of the day at Lord’s </p>
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Matty Potts won England’s second wicket of the day at Lord’s


South Africa maintained their stranglehold on the first Test at Lord’s, knocking England out of bowling for 165 on the second morning, with Kagiso Rabada claiming an impressive five-wicket catch.

Rain halted the tourists’ onslaught on day one as England struggled 116-6 and were on the verge of their lowest total since the new regime of Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum set about turning red ball cricket into this one to change country.

While the hosts went beyond the 141 they scored against New Zealand here in June, Rabada sent Ollie Pope back into the pavilion early and went 5-52 to end England’s first inning within an hour of day two.

South Africa openers Dean Elgar and Sarel Erwee endured a tricky 50-minute period before lunch to go away with their side 27 unbeaten after Elgar successfully checked a caught deficit from Stuart Broad, while Zak Crawley also scored a thick edge from the away captain. But Elgar then, under unfortunate circumstances, fell to Anderson and continued playing with his stumps.

Lord’s was a sea of ​​red and the home of cricket became ‘Red for Ruth’ for the fourth year running, in memory of Sir Andrew Strauss’ wife Ruth who died in 2018. Follow the latest result and over-by-over updates from the first test below.


South Africa 226-6, Jansen 10 Maharaj 12; England 165

67th over: Broad’s first and third shipments are both sent for four, but unlike the first of those who are pretty lucky not to get caught. Both batsmen are in the double digits.


South Africa 216-6, Jansen 9 Maharaj 3; England 165

66th over: Potts shorts a coupe while Maharaj sends one safely on a square leg. All else safely knocked down and SA are 216/6.


South Africa 215-6, Jansen 9 Maharaj 2; England 165

65th over: Pushed off for a single by Jansen as there is no conventional slip to capitalize on. Maharaj also gets his first on the board, with another jab from Jansen to keep it ticking.


South Africa 211-6, Jansen 7 Maharaj 0; England 165

64th over: Jansen sends one away for a single but otherwise Potts keeps South Africa frustrated. No real movement but they lead by 47.


South Africa 210-6, Jansen 6 Maharaj 0; England 165

63rd over: 100th wicket at Lord’s for Broad! Verreynne bets for 11 when Foakes catches his eye. Keshav Maharaj is there. Nobody goes over that at all.


South Africa 210-5, Jansen 6 Verreynne 11; England 165

62. about: The big hit is teased and Leach’s delivery is thrown just over Stokes’ reach. It is set up before the border, but Verreynne still claims three.


South Africa 206-5, Jansen 5 Verreynne 8; England 165

61st over: single, single, single. Broad can’t immediately stop the tally from going up before forcing Jansen to duck on the next one. On the last delivery of the over, he gets another one.


South Africa 202-5, Jansen 3 Verreynne 6; England 165

60th over: Leach back in, Crawley has to dive full length to stop the first race. Verreyne claims a single on fourth delivery but that’s about all South Africa manages. drinks break!


South Africa 201-5, Jansen 5 Verreynne 3; England 165

59. over: Broad from Pavilion End, absolutely nothing to give away easily. But nothing to unduly threaten a wicket either. The fifth is not a ball to pass. 24 overs left in the day.


South Africa 200-5, Jansen 5 Verreynne 3; England 165

58. over: Leach delivers and Verreynne cuts a away for a border before four without scoring.

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