Shaun Pollock looks back on some of his career highlights, including playing against Australia, against whom he took seven wickets in an innings in 1998.
His haul of seven for 87 was his career-best effort and the current South African team, heading into a decisive third Test against Australia in Cape Town, would love one of their current bowlers to deliver as impressive a performance.
Given the start that Australia made on day one, it might need something special to claim a win.
Here, Pollock picks out other memories including beating sides such as Pakistan and the West Indies, being involved in the famous '438' game in Johannesburg, making his debut, winning the Commonwealth Games and passing personal milestones.
Pollock played 108 Tests, 294 ODIs and 12 Twenty20 Internationals for his country during a ditringuished career as a world-class all-rounder.
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