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Double blow for England
England lost Ian Bell early and James Taylor to a calamitous run-out in their mission improbable for Lord's victory to share the Investec Test series with South Africa.
With their world number one status in peril to the tourists - only a win here can salvage it - England set out under heavy cloud cover and floodlights on the final morning of the third Test.
Bell succumbed when Vernon Philander (three for 14), also responsible for both wickets on Sunday night, had him edging to a juggling Graeme Smith at first slip without addition to his overnight four. And after an hour's play, England were a vulnerable 45 for four in pursuit of an unlikely 346 to win.
Jonathan Trott had a charmed life with a series of early plays and misses against Philander and Morne Morkel.
But it was clear from the outset, after his and Bell's caution on Sunday once both England openers had gone for single-figure scores, that the number three had resolved to play some shots too.
Trott registered England's first boundary, an edge high over the slips off Philander, from the first ball of the 17th over.
He was joined by Taylor, who came through the remainder of Philander's spell unscathed only to be run-out when Trott clipped Dale Steyn to wide long-on and then sent his partner back for an attempted fourth run.
The breakdown in communication left Taylor with no chance to retrieve his ground as the ball was ferried in from the deep.