South Africa’s Marco Jansen leaves the field with the ball after a five-wicket hole in England’s first innings.Reuters/Andrew Boyers

LONDON: Left-hand seamer Marco Jansen took a career-best 5-35 as South Africa bowled England for 158 early in the fourth day of the third and final Test at The Oval on Sunday. Second lunch.

With captain Dean Elgar on 35 out and Keegan Petersen on seven out, the touring side was 30 runs ahead.

The game moved forward at a pace where 20 wickets fell over the four sessions. The first day was washed away by rain and the second was canceled in honor of Queen Elizabeth after her death.

Both teams’ first innings lasted 36.2 overs, with seamers haying on convenient wickets, but England faltered in their search for a breakthrough, falling to a wayward line that gave the visitors regular scoring opportunities. I couldn’t help.

There was still plenty of room on the wicket and Elgar and fellow opener Ahwey (26) got on their luck before the latter beat England captain Ben Stokes to Joe Root to take the first slip with a score of 58. I showed

England restarted the 7th with 154 but lost the last three wickets in 13 minutes to add four runs.

Kagiso Labada (4-81) had Ollie Robinson (3) caught by Elgar, but Jack Leach played the ball from Speedster to the stumps.

Jansen closed out the innings when he won his first five-wicket hole in Test cricket.

The series is poised at 1-1 after both teams won by innings within three days in the previous two games.

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