England’s batting crumbled for a second time to give South Africa a 340-run win on day 4 of a second Test.
Chasing an extraordinary 474, a home side were bowled out for 133, as customarily Alastair Cook (42) offering any enlarged resistance.
Vernon Philander and Keshav Maharaj took 3 wickets, while Chris Morris and Duanne Olivier claimed dual apiece.
The four-match array is turn during 1-1, with a third Test during The Oval commencement on 27 July.
England and new captain Joe Root have many to contemplate for that game, privately a make-up of their tip sequence and possibly or not to keep left-arm spinner Liam Dawson.
For South Africa, who have not mislaid a array in this nation given 1998, this is a initial win during Trent Bridge for 52 years, in a routine apropos a initial furloughed side to win a Test on this belligerent for a decade.
England hurl over again
A seventh improved in 10 Tests is a terrible statistic for England, nonetheless a mitigating business is that 7 of those matches were played in unknown subcontinental surroundings.
However, a problem going serve behind is a debility when batting second. In a past 10 matches when England have fielded first, they have won customarily once, a run going behind to 2015.
In that time, they have been incompetent to settle on a top-order choice and batting was once again their undoing in this match.
Realistically, a diversion was mislaid when they were bowled out for 205 in a initial innings, though a second-innings capitulation, in reduction than dual sessions underneath comfortable sunshine, was feeble.
Going down though a quarrel
Though a Trent Bridge aspect was display signs of wear, maybe customarily Gary Ballance can contend a conditions contributed to his demise.
Keaton Jennings was bowled by Philander, withdrawal a outrageous opening between bat and pad, while Ballance’s walk behind towards a stumps left him unprotected when a same bowler got one to keep low.
The ugliest exclusion belonged to Jonny Bairstow, who attempted to strike left-arm spinner Maharaj over a tip and was hold during mid-on.
The strokes of Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad were scarcely as poor, with both group held personification brush shots.
The final 5 wickets went down for 11 runs, a final 3 though an further to a score.
Paceman Olivier got numbers 10 and 11 – Mark Wood and James Anderson – in unbroken balls. England mislaid all 10 wickets in a space of 38.4 overs.
South Africa swell behind
South Africa were shamed by 221 runs in a initial Test, though looked galvanised by a lapse of captain Faf du Plessis, who was absent during Lord’s following a birth of his child.
Their batting showed larger fortify than a home side, while their bowling was relentless and penetrative.
Philander was a threat with a new ball, relying on correctness and transformation rather than pace, though a many considerable moments of a day were conjured by Morris.
Bowling with impassioned pace, he initial uprooted Root’s off branch with a withering away-swinging yorker, afterwards constructed a infamous bouncer to mislay a customarily unflappable Cook.
All of this was achieved though dangling paceman Kagiso Rabada, who will lapse during The Oval to strengthen a Proteas side that has been vastly higher in Nottingham.
‘They have let a lot of people down’ – analysis
Ex-England batsman James Taylor: “For Joe Root there are dual ways to go about it. You possibly give them an comprehensive roasting, give them a right revelation off, or let a dirt settle and accumulate them tomorrow.
“It will be utterly an ungainly sauce room. They have let themselves down and a lot of people down.”
Former England captain Michael Vaughan: “Last week Joe Root couldn’t do anything wrong though here there have been questions asked tactically and a group hasn’t responded. The vigour is always on a captain though a group have to demeanour during themselves.
“I am speechless. we didn’t design England to get anything out of a diversion after a initial innings though we did design them to quarrel currently and be batting tomorrow. Don’t only tumble in a heap.”
Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith: “There is speak about changes though are there improved players? Do they need another batter?
“The tip sequence have been found wanting and Ballance and Jennings demeanour technically like they will continue to be found wanting. Root has decisions to make.”
‘We were always behind in a game’ – what a captains said
England captain Joe Root: “It is disappointing. The many critical thing is we learn from it. The other day in a initial innings a conditions matched bowling. We didn’t act fast adequate and were always behind in a game.
“The devise was to go and make large runs and to be in a position where we were still in with a possibility of winning during a finish of a day. It is really unsatisfactory that we mislaid a wickets as we did. We have to pierce on and learn quickly.”
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis: “We did a basis a lot improved and put England underneath vigour for longer durations in a game.
“We played good in durations of a initial Test though let England browbeat us.
“This Test, we haven’t mislaid that momentum, that is accurately what we wanted to do in this game.”