South Africa beat Australia by 231 runs in second Test to level three-match series

South Africa took four top order wickets for four runs shortly after tea to swing the game in their favour. Fast bowler Dale Steyn took four of the wickets that fell after tea to finish with four for 55.

updated: February 24, 2014 12:36 IST
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Port Elizabeth: South Africa took nine wickets after tea to level their three-match series against Australia on the fourth day of the second Test at St George's Park on Sunday.

Set to make 448 to win, Australia were bowled out for 216 after South Africa claimed the extra half hour with Australia seven down at the scheduled close.

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