South Africa knocked off a goal of 67 runs with out loss as openers Dean Elgar (31 not out) and Aiden Markram (36 not out) noticed them to victory on the Wanderers Stadium – with two and a half days of the competition nonetheless remaining.
Success in Johannesburg adopted a convincing innings and 45-run triumph within the first Check in Pretoria final week and turns round a poor run of Check kind over the past yr.
SCORECARD: South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test
Sri Lanka had been bowled out for 211 of their second innings, surviving solely 95 minutes of Tuesday’s morning session. They resumed their second innings at 150-4 in a single day with a tenuous five-run lead however with captain Dimuth Karunaratne not out on 91 and hoping to set the house facet an imposing goal to chase within the fourth innings.
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Karunaratne reached his tenth Check century off 123 balls because the guests started in aggressive trend, however a misjudged pull shot noticed the Sri Lanka skipper prime edge Anrich Nortje to be caught by Wiaan Mulder in a significant blow to their hopes, simply 20 minutes into the day’s play. He was dismissed for 103.
Niroshan Dickwella, who scored 36, adopted within the subsequent over as Lungi Ngidi (4-44) took one other essential wicket, setting off an finish to the resistance among the many decrease order.
Lutho Sipamla cleaned up the tail with three wickets in 12 balls, together with bowling Wanindu Hasaranga for 16, to complete with figures of 3-40.
Sri Lanka, who gained the toss and elected to bat, scored 157 of their first innings and South Africa replied with 302, with Elgar prime scoring on 127.
South Africa now sit up for their first go to in 14 years to Pakistan, the place they may play two Exams and three Twenty20 internationals later this month, whereas Sri Lanka return residence to host England in two Exams in Galle. The primary begins on Jan. 14.