Boucher happy to take the blame
South Africa coach Mark Boucher claims he will shoulder the blame after England moved closer to winning the third Test.
England captain Joe Root claimed his best-ever bowling figures as he took four wickets for just 31 wins on Sunday.
The hosts are now 188 runs behind England after ending day four on 102-6, with paceman Mark Wood also chipping in to help Root.
Stuart Broad starred in the morning session as South Africa added just one run to their overnight total of 208-6 and Boucher says he has plenty of work to do as he tries to rally the troops.
He told AFP: "It's very disappointing. Ultimately I've got to take responsibility for the performance of the team -– how do I mentally and physically upskill these guys in a short period of time to make them better players?
"I've been in teams where we've been pretty low as well. Yes, we're in a bad situation in this particular game, but we're not out of the series yet. I have to find a way to get the guys ready for tomorrow and for the last Test match as well."
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