Saturday 5 August 2017 19:32, UK
Jonny Bairstow fell one run short of a ton as England established a lead of 142 runs over South Africa on day two of the fourth Test.
Click on the video above to see the best of the action from Old Trafford, where Bairstow powered England to 362 before James Anderson bagged 4-43 to reduce the Proteas to 220-9.
Bowling from the James Anderson End, England's leading wicket-taker returned Test-best figures at his home ground - picking up Temba Bavuma and Faf Du Plessis in the space of three balls in the final session.
England had begun the day on 260-6 with aspirations of reaching 350 but surpassed that goal thanks to a last-wicket stand of 50 between Bairstow and Anderson.
In conditions more suited to batting than on day one, South Africa struggled to counter England's attack - Anderson setting the tone by striking with his third delivery.
Spinner Moeen Ali chipped in with 2-57 to take his tally of victims for the series to 20 and don't miss a superb, one-handed catch by Ben Stokes that sent back Kagiso Rabada in the final over of the day.
Live coverage of the fourth Test between England and South Africa continues on Sky Sports Cricket - with over-by-over commentary and in-play clips on our live match blog - continues from 10am on Sunday.