James Anderson and Stuart Broad, England’s experienced fast bowlers, took three wickets each to help dismiss South Africa for levitra vs viagra 151 after tea on Day 1 of the second test at Old Trafford on Thursday.
It could have been a lot worse for the Proteas, who slumped to 92-7 after choosing to bat before pushing to a more respectable total thanks to Kagiso Rabada’s 36.
Rabada was the last man out, with the innings only lasting 53.2 overs.
The 40-year-old Anderson, playing on his home ground in Manchester, had figures of 3-32 to take his national-record haul of wickets to 661. Broad took 3-37.