Perth: South African youngster Temba Bavuma produced one of the greatest run-outs in the history of Test cricket on Day 4 of the first Test match between Australia and South Africa at Western Australia Cricket Association Ground.
Chasing a 538-run target, David Warner and Shaun Marsh got Australia off to a decent start as they added 52 runs in 12.2 overs. Warner, who missed out on a century by three runs in the first innings, was looking in rhythm as he raced to 35 off 33 balls. (WATCH: Warner sets internet on fire with MIND-BLOWING six against Steyn at the WACA)
In the 13th over of Australia's second innings, Warner worked the ball in front of point and sprinted for a single. Bavuma, who was fielding at point, reached the ball and threw it in a flash towards the non-striker's end. Warner wasn't expecting such amazing work and was run-out.
Watch Bavuma's sensational fielding effort here:
https://t.co/CrQquFUCyv - For those who haven't seen it yet, here is the Low-Flying Bavuma...
— Neil Manthorp (@NeilManthorp) November 6, 2016
The commentators were full of praise for Bavuma's fielding effort, which could well be the turning point of the match.