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England's victory was built upon a mammoth first-innings total followed by a remarkable spell of bowling from Dom Bess
"There’s no escape. I’m the leader of the team. It (pressure) comes with the job description."
All four players were released from four-day franchise matches which started on Monday.
England were left stranded by the last-wicket 99-run stand between Keshav Maharaj (71) and Dane Paterson (39*)
Root snaffled four wickets to pile on the misery on the Proteas, who still require 188 runs to avoid a shambolic innings defeat.
Bess took the first five wickets as South Africa struggled to 208 for six in reply to England’s 499 for nine declared
While Boucher acknowledged Rabada's previous misdemeanours had put him in danger of a severe sanction, he still questioned the stringency of the rules
England declared on 499 for nine and South Africa were struggling on 60 for two when rain brought an early close
Quinton de Kock appointed South Africa's ODI captain
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