by FP Sports Nov, 15 2016 IST
South Africa won their second Test match against Australia in the Hobart. AP
The Proteas have continued their dominance over an Australian team that has now lost its last five ODI's and Test matches. AP
Australia captain Steve Smith in the post match conference said, "We are not resilient enough, we are not digging in enough, we are not having the pride in our wicket." AP
Kyle Abott was the pick of the South African bowlers with six wickets in the second innings to skittle the Aussies out for a paltry 161. AP
Steve Smith was the only Australian batsman to mount any kind of challenge to the South Africans. AP
Australia will hope to turn things around in the Third test at Adelaide. Captain Steve Smith will look for some marked performance changes in their next game for a favourable result. AP
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