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Jack Crawley scored an unbeaten 69 as England won the three-match series 2-1 on Monday, completing the formalities of victory on the fifth day of the third Test against South Africa. Chasing a target of 130 runs to win, England started the day with 97 runs for no loss.

Jack Crawley scored an unbeaten 69 as England won the three-match series 2-1 on Monday, completing the formalities of victory on the fifth day of the third Test against South Africa. Chasing a target of 130 runs to win, England started the day with 97 runs for no loss. The team scored the required 33 runs within 25 minutes. During this he lost the wicket of Alex Liege (39) who went a couple of before Kagiso Rabada. Crowley hit 12 fours in his aggressive 57-ball innings.

Olly Pope contributed 11 not out. The season was excellent for the team under new coach Brendon McCullum and captain Ben Stokes. During this he won six out of seven Test matches. England defeated India in the fifth Test after beating World Test champions New Zealand 3-0. The team then defeated South Africa 2-1 in this series. In this Test match, England had bundled out South Africa’s first innings for 118 runs after the first two days of play were abandoned. However, England’s team could only score 158 runs in their first innings.

After trailing by 40 runs in the first innings, South Africa’s second innings was also reduced to just 169 runs. England then reached the target of 130 runs to win in 22.3 overs. Olly Robinson, who took five wickets in the first innings and two in the second innings, was the man of the match. Captain Ben Stokes was named man of the series. He contributed 149 runs with the bat and took 10 wickets during this series.

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