Rabada takes five as South Africa seal emphatic win

  • Shaun Marsh out of second test
  • Rabada takes 5-92
  • South Africa lead 1-0 in three-match series

Khawaja, on 84, was plumb lbw after the ball hit a crack and thudded into his front pad but the 26-year-old had overstepped the mark and umpire Nigel Llong called a no-ball.

Lefthander Khawaja had started the morning on 58 and continued to display the same grit and determination that got him through to the close on day four, hitting 11 fours and three sixes in his 182-ball knock.

Duminy's first delivery skidded into Khawaja's back pad, however, and the 29-year-old became the second Australian batsman to perish on 97 after Warner in the first innings, the wicket that triggered the collapse.