David Warner was bowled by Kagiso Rabada for 30. Photo: Phando Jikelo/ANA Pictures

CAPE TOWN – Australia reached 67/2 at lunch on day two of the third Test against Australia at Newlands, in Cape Town, on Friday.

South African opening batsman Dean Elgar equalled a world record when he carried his bat through a completed innings for the third time as his team were bowled out for 311 on Friday.

Elgar finished unbeaten on 141 - only Desmond Haynes of the West Indies had previously batted unbeaten through a Test innings on three occasions.

Toss: South Africa

South Africa first innings (266/8 overnight)

D Elgar not out 141

A Markram c Smith b Hazlewood 0

H Amla c Cumins b Hazlewood 31

AB de Villiers c Warner b Cummins 64

F du Plessis c Smith b Cummins 5

T Bavuma c Smith b Cummins 1

Q de Kock c Paine b Cummins 3

V Philander c Paine b Marsh 8

K Maharaj c Bancroft b Starc 3

K Rabada c Smith b Lyon 22

M Morkel c Smith b Lyon 4

Extra 29 (b13, lb 11, nb3, w2)

Total: 311 (all out, 97.5 overs)

Australia first innings

C Bancroft not out 22

D Warner b Rabada 30

U Khawaja c Rabada b Morkel 5

S Smith not out 4

Extras 4 (lb 2, nb2)

Total 67 (for two wickets, 12 overs)

Fall of wickets: 1-43 (DA Warner, 5.2 ov), 2-61 (UT Khawaja, 10.3 ov)

African News Agency (ANA)

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