Surrey - James Anderson and Jade Dernbach
took seven wickets between them as England dismissed South Africa for a
seemingly modest 211 in the third one-day international at The Oval on
Anderson finished with figures of four for 44 in 9.4
overs, including a spell of three for one in eight balls that polished
off the Proteas innings with 20 balls left.
Africa-born Jade Dernbach marked his return to England duty by taking
three for 44 in nine overs on his Surrey home ground.
haul included the prize wicket of Hashim Amla, who made 150 in the
Proteas' 80-run win at Southampton on Tuesday that put them 1-0 up in
this five-match series following last week's washout in Cardiff and took
them to the top of the world rankings in all three international
Amla was again the tourists' top-scorer but the fact he
was out for 43 on Friday said much about the difference between the two
South Africa made a steady after AB de Villiers won the
toss, with Amla and Graeme Smith sharing an opening partnership of 50 in
But Smith was bowled by Anderson for 18 after the left-hander charged down the pitch.
looked in good touch as returned to the ground where, in July, he
became the first South African to score a Test treble hundred.
England got him out relatively cheaply when Dernbach, in for the
dropped Tim Bresnan, produced a full length delivery that nipped back
and took the inside edge before hitting the stumps.
Tredwell, replacing rested fellow off-spinner Graeme Swann, took two for
49 as both de Villiers (28) and JP Duminy (23) holed out to Ian Bell in
the deep when well set.
Dean Elgar, in only his second innings at
this level, batted well for his 42 until bowled by a slower ball from
Dernbach, who last played for England in a one-dayer against Australia
in July, that completely deceived the left-hander.
in Johannesburg but who arrived in England as a schoolboy, struck again
when Wayne Parnell edged to wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter, a former
South Africa Under-19 international.
England: Alastair Cook
(captain), Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott, Ravi Bopara, Eoin Morgan, Craig
Kieswetter (wkt), Samit Patel, James Tredwell, Steven Finn, James
Anderson, Jade Dernbach
South Africa: Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla,
JP Duminy , AB de Villiers (captain/wkt), JP Duminy, Faf du Plessis, Wayne
Parnell, Robin Peterson, Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel, Lonwabo Tsotsobe.