The Lord's Test, and with it the series and the world No 1 ranking, remained thrillingly balanced last night as the late dismissal of Jacques Kallis swung a tight contest back towards England.
For the second time in the match Kallis stomped from the crease clearly unhappy with decisions by both the third and field umpires. He evidently believed he had hit the ball from which Steve Finn was adjudged to have dismissed him lbw for 31. Neither umpire Simon Taufel, nor the Hotspot replay on which third umpire Rod Tucker based his review agreed and Kallis, after a lengthy pause, had to go.
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