Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa

Catch the best moments of the Day 3 of the third Test between England and South Africa.

FP Sports July 30, 2017 14:29:04 IST
Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa
Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa

Rain stopped the third day's play of the third Test between England and South Africa. The hosts have a healthy lead of 252 runs and are still batting. AP

Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa

South Africa's Temba Bavuma celebrates getting 50 runs on the third day of the third Test. AP

Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa

England's Toby Roland-Jones acknowledges the applause from crowd after he completed his maiden five-wicket haul. AP

Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa

England's Alastair Cook has his furniture rearranged. Cook was dismissed for 7 by Morne Morkel. AP

Rain mars Day 3 as England seize control at the Oval against South Africa

England's Tom Westley plays a shot off the bowling of South Africa's Chris Morris. AP

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