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The match was tied off the fourth ball of the last over, but Sullivan played and missed the penultimate delivery, and carved the final ball uppishly to mid-on, where the fielder got his hands to the ball but was unable to hang on and Shepley were home and dry.
The tourists eked out their first wicket of the day when Flintoff saw off Shoaib Malik, the opener driving uppishly to cover - much as he had when he was out in the first innings.
Andrew Flintoff did see off Shoaib Malik when the opener drove uppishly to cover, much as he had when he was out in the first innings.
When Nicky Boje drove uppishly to be held by Hoggard in his follow-through, most of the crowd looked to the dressing room in anticipation, given that Proteas captain Graeme Smith had been instructed by medics not to bat after suffering concussion on Sunday.
Tufnell, causing havoc from the Taff End, handed the baton to Weekes to do likewise from the opposite end, and the experienced former England A tourist trapped Mark Wallace leg before for 16 in the 35th over before having Robert Croft caught for six, after the in-form all rounder had driven uppishly to Ed Joyce at extra cover.
Saqib, who played some lovely square-cuts, drove uppishly into deep cover to be caught by Jairaj Menon off Marlon Fernando for 22 runs.
Gambhir and Dravid added 83 for the second wicket before the left-handed opener drove uppishly to Adrian Barath at short cover off paceman Fidel Edwards.
Anderson, replacing Broad for a fresh spell after bowling four maiden overs in a row from the other end, had Tendulkar caught by Graeme Swann at gully as he drove uppishly.
Solanki clipped sweetly, but uppishly, to square leg, and Ben Smith poked at one well wide of off stump that should have been ignored.
Andrew Flintoff did see off Shoaib Malik when the opener drove uppishly to Ian Bell cover, but otherwise, captain Michael Vaughan ran through all his frontline options to no avail as Salman Butt and number three Younis Khan booked in with intent on a pitch which still strongly favoured the batsmen.
When Nicky Boje drove uppishly to be held by Hoggard in his follow-through most of the crowd looked to the dressing room in anticipation given that Proteas captain Graeme Smith had been instructed by medics not to bat after suffering concussion yesterday.
It took Hamish Marshall to drop Strauss on one and Flintoff, carving his fifth ball uppishly to backward point, before he had scored to let England off the hook.