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South Africa fight back in 2nd Test with late wickets

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South Africa gave themselves an outside winning chance in the second Test in Adelaide with five Australian wickets late on the third day on Saturday. 

Australian batsman Rob Quiney walks off after being dismissed by South African paceman Rory Kleinveldt on the third of the second Test match at the Adelaide Oval. South Africa gave themselves an outside winning chance in the second Test in Adelaide with five Australian wickets late on the third day on Saturday.

The Australians, leading by 162 runs after the first innings, were sailing along at 77 without loss before a tumble of wickets gave the Proteas renewed heart with two days left.

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