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WATCH: Goosebump moment as Proteas celebrate with war cry

2016-11-15 12:18

Cape Town - It was a memorable day for South African sport as the Proteas secured another Test series win in Australia in Hobart on Tuesday. 

The innings and 80-run win means that Faf du Plessis' men have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, and they become the third successive South African side to win a Test series 'Down Under'.  

There is a renewed energy in this Proteas side that has made for some fine displays over the past few months. 

Quinton de Kock, Kagiso Rabada, Temba Bavuma ... everywhere you look there are players contributing and the future all of a sudden looks bright. 

The celebrations will carry on long into Tuesday night with the Proteas getting the job done on the fourth day of the Test. 

But, before any of that, the Proteas took to the middle at the Blundstone Arena for one last team huddle following their victory. 

The result was a war cry that sent goosebumps down the spine. 

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