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I grabbed Moeen Ali and lifted him 10 feet in the air... his hat-trick to win the third Test really was amazing - Daily Mail

Moeen Ali's hat-trick to win the third Test was amazing, wasn't it? Fairytale stuff. It's the first one I've been involved with in Test cricket and I couldn't be happier for Mo. To be the first man to take a Test hat-trick at The Oval — to clinch the ...and more »

Keaton Jennings shows grit to boost England's lead against South Africa -

That's when you discover the mettle of a player. That's when the drama of cricket can be at its most compelling for a crowd wrapped in sweaters and jackets. That's how it was for Keaton Jennings yesterday, with every cricket lover in the land watching ...and more »

England cricket stars travel by Tube to South Africa Test match - Sky News

The England team are currently in the middle of a five-day Test match against South Africa at the Oval in south London. 13:44, UK, Saturday 29 July 2017. Stuart Broad described the journey at #morningcommute. Image: Stuart Broad used the hashtag ...and more »

Jimmy Anderson praises Keaton Jennings for keeping calm under pressure as his Test place hangs in the balance - The Independent

With Keaton Jennings unbeaten on 34 overnight, batting to save his Test place, Jimmy Anderson praised the young opener for not being visibly burdened by the pressure he is under. Jennings now has his best score of the South Africa series so far, a ...and more »

Jonathan Agnew: Toby Roland-Jones' dream day - and why Fred Trueman would approve - BBC Sport

Toby Roland-Jones has had a dream day, a golden debut that will be talked about for years. When cricketers, or anyone in sport, burst on to the scene like he did on the second day of England's third Test against South Africa at The Oval, it is ...and more »

Mike Brearley: Ben Stokes could become best batting all-rounder in England history - The Times

How good is Ben Stokes? This is a perennial question about England all-rounders, I'm aware. And one that invites comparisons with the other wonderful quick-bowling England all-rounders of the past 50 years: Tony Greig, Ian Botham and Andrew Flintoff ...and more »

Mike Atherton: Out! Out! Out! Moeen Ali hat-trick for England gives crowd moments they'll never forget - The Times

The old ground had never seen anything quite like it. In one hundred Tests there had never been a hat-trick here, until now. And to finish the game, too. Moeen Ali became the first England spinner since Tom Goddard, in 1938, to take a hat-trick in Test ...and more »

Ben Stokes' spell reminded me of Andrew Flintoff, says Stuart Broad - The Times

England are closing in on victory in the third Investec Test match at the Kia Oval after ripping through South Africa's top order last night having set the touring side a record 492 for victory. Half-centuries from Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root and Tom ...and more »

England v South Africa: Moeen Ali hat-trick wraps up hosts' victory - BBC Sport

England's Moeen Ali took a hat-trick to wrap up a 239-run victory over South Africa in the third Test at The Oval. The off-spinner had Dean Elgar, who made 136, caught at slip, Kagiso Rabada dismissed in the same manner then trapped Morne Morkel lbw on ...and more »

Toby Roland-Jones: a thrilling throwback to the classic English seamer - The Independent

Toby Roland-Jones became the first cricketer with a double-barrelled surname to play for England since 1935 when he made his Test bow against South Africa at the Oval last week. His appearance, though, was a throwback in more ways than one. Bowling ...and more »