South Africa is locking horns with Australia in the second Test of the three-match series. The Proteas were bundled out for 189 on Day 1 of the Boxing Day Test after being invited to bat first. The visitors once again failed to cross the 200-run mark, this being the seventh time in a row.
The South African side continued their struggle on the pitch as they failed to restrict the Aussies. On Day 2 of the ongoing Test, a freak accident occurred, however, there wasn’t any major injury.
During the change overs, the spider camera was also changing its position. Anrich Nortje who was seen moving to the fine-leg from the mid-wicket region was hit by the spider camera. The South African pacer however escaped some serious injury while he was slammed by the camera on head during this time.
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Australia on top in the second Test
The veteran Australian opener wreaked havoc on the field as he continued his dominance in the Boxing Day Test. Warner on Tuesday not only completed 8000 runs in Test cricket but all scored a brilliant hundred in his 100 th Test match. With this feat, Warner has become the eighth-highest run-scorer for Australia in Test cricket.