Subdued celebrations as Lyon joins Morkel in 300 club

AB de Villiers in action during the third day of the third Test between South Africa and Australia in Cape Town

AB de Villiers in action during the third day of the third Test between South Africa and Australia in Cape Town

Australia's reply, under pressure, started very well with two men very close to the ball tampering row, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft started solidly.

Lehmann said a number of Australian players were subjected to verbal abuse from fans, including references to players' families.

In contrast to the first two days, the weather was cool and cloudy and bad light ended play about 40 minutes early.

"Trying to get to that space where it's not just about just watching the ball and hitting the ball, it's about a lot of other things, trying to get to a place where you think their brains will go even more over the top (in) thinking about things away from the game".

Former South Africa skipper Graeme Smith, commentating on television, said he was aghast that the ball had not been changed immediately when the tampering pictures were shown on television, adding that the umpires had been remiss.

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"People who behave in such a manner should not be welcome at cricket grounds anywhere in the world, and together with the ICC [International Cricket Council] and all member countries, we strongly endorse a zero-tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour by fans".

The four-match series is poised at 1-1, with the final Test to be played in Johannesburg starting on Friday. "There's always going to be banter, as long as it doesn't get personal, but it has gone too far with the crowd here and they've got to be better than that when they're coming to global arenas to watch a game of two quality sides playing against each other".

There tells the story of Australia's failure to compete against the South Africans in mid series.

It was Smith's last appearance in the series after being banned for one match for his role in the ball tampering scandal, which means he will miss the fourth Test.

"Having a go at someone's family - it's just disgraceful".

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The 30-year-old was greeted to the middle by a bouncer from Kagiso Rabada that he wore on the heart, and could have been out for 5 if any South African other than Vernon Philander had found himself running to take a catch at mid-off.

The issue took the attention off the fact that, at stumps on the third day, South Africa had built their lead to 294 runs.

Morkel was then bounced out by Hazelwood as South Africa were all out for 373.

"When I was in Australia it felt like the same", he said.

By that point Lyon had chose to take the attack to the South Africans.

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On match eve here Smith had spent extra time in the nets facing the left arm spinners of reserve bowler Jon Holland and coach Darren Lehmann who provided throw-downs from around the wicket. "That's not good enough from an Australian crowd point of view either", he said.

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