England finished day three of the second Test 1/0 chasing a mammoth target of 474 to win after South Africa pressed home their advantage at Trent Bridge.
South Africa batted throughout the day before declaring to give England openers a tricky four overs before the close of play in which Alastair Cook was given out first ball only for the lbw decision to be overturned on review.
Hashim Amla top-scored with 87 as the Proteas ground down England before declaring on 343/9, setting the Three Lions a world record fourth innings target to win the game.
Story of the morning - England take two wickets but South Africa dig in
Shot of the Day - Amla goes to fifty with a six
Catch of the Day - Broad brilliantly tumbles
A nervy finish - Cook saved by review
Stat of the Day
The highest fourth innings run chase in history is 418/7 by West Indies against Australia in 2003.
Stokes was fantastic today, he’s worked really hard on his bowling. It’s been a tough couple of days but when the sun comes out at Trent Bridge it can be quite flat.
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