England wrap up a 239-run victory over South Africa in the third Test match after Moeen Ali completes a hat-trick.
Moeen Ali has recorded a hat-trick as England completed a 239-run victory over South Africa in the third Test match.
England went into the final day requiring six wickets to take a 2-1 lead in the four-game series, but the tourists initially frustrated Joe Root's team.
However, after Toby Roland-Jones took two wickets in two balls, it swung the match heavily in England's favour, although Dean Elgar stuck around to make a resolute ton for the Proteas.
Ben Stokes struck with the final ball before lunch to leave England requiring three wickets, and it was then left to Moeen to complete a memorable feat during the afternoon session.
After finally dismissing Elgar for 136, he got rid of Kagiso Rabada and Morne Morkel, with the final wicket being decided by a review.
The final match of the series gets underway at Old Trafford on Friday, August 4.
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