Australia, after a difficult summer, finally won a Test match. They beat South Africa by seven wickets in the third and final Test of the series. This was a day-night Test while the first two were regular Tests. South Africa had won the first two Test and that also enabled them to clinch the series 2-1.
South Africa resumed the day at 194/6. They could only add 56 runs to the total before Australia bowled them out for 250 in the second innings. Australia then began the chase of 127 runs on a great note with David Warner and Matthew Renshaw. They shared a 64-run stand before Warner was run-out. Australia lost two more wickets but reached home with seven wickets in hand.
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