Rabada runs riot as South Africa win test

  • Rabada takes 10 wickets in match
  • South Africa win by 282 runs
  • Home team also secure series

Philander and Rabada then took four wickets each as Sri Lanka were bowled out for 110 in reply but South Africa did not enforce the follow on, batting again instead and declaring midway through the third day on 224-7.

South Africa won the first test in Port Elizabeth by 206 runs and will be seeking a whitewash of the series in the third test at the Wanderers in Johannesburg from Jan. 12-16.

"It's obviously disappointing to make the same mistakes in a second successive test match. The batsmen let the bowlers down," said Sri Lanka captain Mathews.