In total, it took South Africa just 81 minutes to get the seven wickets they needed on the day. Looking back at his global career, Morkel's said the win that stands out most for him was being a part of the side that famously beat Australia in Australia in 2008-09, in a Test series for the first time since re-admission.
The beers wouldn't have tasted great for Paine's team after a 492-run loss, but it allowed many Australians to reconnect with members of the opposition they once called teammates.
After losing the opening Test in Durban, South Africa needed one of their big-match performers to step up in the second Test in Port Elizabeth. So, now the 4th and final Test has started earlier in 30th March, 2018 and so, according to the latest news, Australia chasing target at Johannesburg.
For years, Australia have been used to sending other teams to historic defeats, not suffering them. The task became all the more hard when they were bowled out for 221 in reply to South Africa's first-innings total of 488.
He was also the recipient of an almighty spray from David Warner after the youngster inadvertently ran out skipper AB de Villiers in the first innings in Durban. So, all three have punished and ruled out from the current squad.
Australian cricket will be facing one of its most challenging and confronting phases in the next few months. However, he returned on day four and took two important wickets to pave the way for South Africa taking the rubber 3-1. In the match, once again Proteas won the toss and chose to bat first.
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Morkel said his career highlight would be when he was part of the Proteas team that beat Australia in a Test series in Australia.
Shane Warne has declared more heads must roll in the wake of Australia's embarrassing defeat in the fourth test. It was the superstar's first Test ton since January 2015, full of audacious strokes, and came when the match was in the balance.
Since that incident in Cape Town, they scored 447 runs for the loss of 30 wickets as the "mental disintegration" they are so famous for inflicting on opponents proved to be their own downfall.
Markram went on to score two centuries and finish the leading run-scorer of the four-Test series, tallying 480 runs at 60.
The genial giant who said he was inspired by the tears of Jacques Kallis when they finally won in Australia for the first time (2008) and deeply moved by the tears of Dale Steyn at Eden Park when they lost in the 2015 World Cup semi-final, left the Wanderers field in tears himself but with the acclaim and love of all who were there ringing in his ears.
The match ended when Nathan Lyon (nine) was run out, a chaotic end to what has been a shambolic series for the Australians.