Toby Roland-Jones marks impressive debut as South Africa falter in trying English conditions on Day 2

 Toby Roland-Jones marks impressive debut as South Africa falter in trying English conditions on Day 2

South Africa's Morne Morkel and Temba Bavuma leave the field at the close of play on the second day with the score reading 126/8. AP

England's Alastair Cook walks back towards the pavilion after being bowled LBW by South Africa's Morne Morkel for 88. AP

England's Alastair Cook walks back towards the pavilion after being bowled LBW by South Africa's Morne Morkel for 88. AP

England's vice-captain Ben Stokes came to the team's rescue and slammed a disciplined century. The hosts were bowled out for 353 eventually. AP

England's vice-captain Ben Stokes came to the team's rescue and slammed a disciplined century. The hosts were bowled out for 353 eventually. AP

England's Toby Roland-Jones with captain Joe Root as he celebrates Dean Elgar's wicket . AP

England's Toby Roland-Jones with captain Joe Root as he celebrates Dean Elgar's wicket . AP

South Africa couldn't hold their fort in the trying conditions and lost five wickets for 57. James Anderson trapped South Africa captain Faf du Plessis for 1. AP

South Africa lost half their side for 47. James Anderson trapped South Africa captain Faf du Plessis for 1. AP

The day, though, belonged to Tony Roland-Jones, who scalped four wickets in his first 11 overs of Test cricket. AP

The day, though, belonged to Toby Roland-Jones, who scalped four wickets in his first 11 overs of Test cricket. AP

 

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Updated Date: Jul 29, 2017 12:56:40 IST