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CENTURION - Paul Collingwood, making a record 171st one-day appearance for England, took two wickets and held a superb catch as South Africa were restricted to 250 for nine in the second one-day international at SuperSport Park yesterday.
Despite half-centuries from Hashim Amla (57) and Alviro Petersen (64), South Africa were unable to dominate against steady bowling which was backed by good ground fielding.
Eoin Morgan, who took a leaping catch on the midwicket boundary to dismiss Albie Morke and part-time seamer Jonathan Trott proved a bonus for captain Andrew Strauss, bowling in tandem with Collingwood and conceding only 21 runs in seven overs.
England opening batsman Alastair Cook will remain in Tshwane for treatment on a bulging disc in his back when teammates move on to Cape Town today. - AFP