England now have a 2-1 lead in the continuous Test arrangement against Africa, after completely beating them by 239 keeps running in the third Test at The Oval. The guests were set an objective of 492 to win. After all-rounder Ben Stokes shimmered with his two wickets in two balls, it was a fabulous show by Moeen Ali, that tore separated the Proteas' batting line-up. The vacationers were at that point out of the diversion reeling at 252/8, and after that started the strike from Ali, who positions fourth on ICC's best all-rounders list, a point in front of his colleague Stokes.
Stokes took two splendid slip gets for the Mooe to enable him to finish a cap trap, which is the first by an England spinner since Tom Goddard in 1938-39. Likewise, this is the main cap trap at the Oval in the previous 100 Tests. The off-spinner's first casualty was Dean Elgar, who was gotten at sneak past Stokes when he was on 139. A replay of how he got out in the main innings. It was a full ball outside the off stump, Elgar went ahead and attempted to drive it, however the ball took the edge and was pouched by Stokes.
The second casualty was Kagiso Rabada who was rejected in a comparable manner as Elgar. What's more, the third one was Morne Morkel, who was caught leg before wicket, umpire Aleem Dar didn't think it would go ahead to hit the stumps yet England had nothing to lose and Ali on his cap trap ball looked sure that would hit. Dar needed to switch his choice and the sensational day of Test cricket finished in a fitting design.
“I’ve never taken a hat-trick in any sort of cricket. I’ve scored a few in football warm-ups but this is a different sort of feeling – and a better one,” said Moeen. He has 18 wickets in the series after becoming the first England spinner to claim a hat-trick for 79 years and the only man in Test history to do so against three left-handers.
Moeen figures for the innings were 4/45 as South Africa were knocked down some pins out for 252. The fourth Test will be played at the Old Trafford on Friday. On the off chance that South Africa lose the last match, it will be their first arrangement vanquish in England since 1998. For Joe Root, this is the main task as the skipper and he will be anxious to win the fourth Test too. Both all-rounders Ben Stokes and Ali have played essential parts in England's battle in many competitions and arrangement's they have played crosswise over configurations, and the two will likewise be urgent to Root's triumph in his lady task as the captain