In an epic day of cricket at Newlands, Cape Town, several records were shattered - but not in a manner the two teams would appreciate.
Australia folded for 47 in their second innings, a collapse so dramatic, it took only a few minutes for South Africa's supporters to get over the fact that their team had made just 96.
It was a day that belonged more in the 19th century, when such collapses were more commonplace due to uncovered wickets and lack of protective gear for batsmen.
Not Since 1896...
In this extraordinary day, 23 wickets fell, with both teams batting twice. Australia completed their first innings by losing two wickets today. South Africa went to lunch at 49-1.
By the end of the noon session, 12 more wickets had fallen on both sides, for 60 runs.
Eight more wickets fell in the evening session, but only one on the South African side, displaying that it wasn't theRead More »from Record-breaking Day in Cape Town