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Hashim Amla paid tribute to the dogged resistance shown by his side after a draw against Sri Lanka in Colombo ensured he ended his first Test series as South Africa captain with a victory.
A combination of thunderstorms and stoic resistance helped South Africa regain the world No 1 Test ranking as their second Test against Sri Lanka ended in a stalemate after a tense finale in Colombo.
The second Test between Sri Lanka and South Africa in Colombo looks set for a thrilling conclusion on Monday.
A five-wicket haul from Dilruwan Perera helped Sri Lanka stay in control of South Africa on the third day of the second Test in Colombo.
Sri Lanka tightened their grip on the second Test with South Africa on day two as they made 421 before reducing the visitors to 98-3 at the close.
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