4 Wickets – 0 Runs – 11 Balls | Blistering Bowling Spell By England vs South Africa | 2nd ODI 2022

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Watch a phenomenal spell of bowling by England as they reduced South Africa from 6-0 to 6-4 in the space of 11 deliveries.

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