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Gallery: Boks win at Murrayfield

South Africa survived a second-half surge from Scotland to win 21-10 in the second round of autumn Test matches, making it two wins out of two on their European tour.

Both Springbok tries came from hooker Adriaan Strauss with fly-half Pat Lambie adding one conversion and three penalties.

Ryan Grant of Scotland is tackled by South Africa's Francois Louw and Jean de Villiers.  Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty ImagesSouth Africa's Adriaan Strauss (below, centre) powers through the pack to score a try against Scotland.  Picture: Reuters/David MoirSouth Africa's Zane Kirchner takes on the Scotland defence.  Picture: Steve Bardens/Getty ImagesSouth Africa's Adriaan Strauss celebrates after scoring his second try against Scotland. Picture: APScotland coach Andy Robinson seemed worried before the match even kicked off. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty ImagesSouth Africa's Patrick Lambie lines up his conversion kick. Picture: Reuters/David Moir.Juandre Kruger of South Africa wins a lineout against Scotland. Picture: Steve Bardens/Getty ImagesWillem Alberts of South Africa is tackled by Greig Laidlaw and David Denton of Scotland. Picture: Steve Bardens/Getty ImagesDavid Denton of Scotland in action during the match against South Africa.  Picture: Steve Bardens/Getty ImagesSouth African fans turned up in their numbers to watch their team take on Scotland.  Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty ImagesSome more South African supporters were spotted in the crowd after the big match. Picture: Steve Bardens/Getty ImagesStuart Hogg of Scotland shakes hands with Morne Steyn of South Africa after their match at Murrayfield. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

For Scotland, scrum-half Henry Pyrgos came off the bench to score a try and Greg Laidlaw had one conversion and one penalty.

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