SOUTH AFRICA TOUR OF WEST INDIES, 2021 by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Share Tweet Ngidi took all of his five wickets in the second session. © AFP South Africa continued to make all the noises in the second session of the first Test at St Lucia, bowling their hosts West Indies out for 97 – the lowest Test score in their bilateral history with the Proteas. Leading the charge through the second session was Lungi Ngidi, who had begun the session wicketless but raced past first-session star Anrich Nortje to complete his second Test fifer, the pair claiming nine wickets between them on a helpful track on which the hosts strangely elected to bat. It was, however, Nortje who set the dominos tumbling in the second session. After two overs of quiet, Jermaine Blackwood pushed away from his body to leave the hosts five-down. Nortje, who had four of those wickets, seemed primed for a five-fer before Ngidi found his mojo bowling from the media end with the wind behind him. His pace was up and his probing lines and lengths got the slip cordon busy too. Roston Chase and Joshua da Silva were nicked off in a… Read full this story
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