Day two of the second Test between South Africa and New Zealand belonged to the hosts, as they ended the day with a lead of 443 runs thanks to stand-in skipper Faf du Plessis' unbeaten century.
New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner says playing in front of his family and friends at SuperSport Park is an 'amazing feeling' even though he is playing against the country of his birth.
Four top-order half centuries helped the Proteas take charge on day one of the second Test against New Zealand at Supersport Park in Centurion.
The second Test between South Africa and New Zealand is essentially a one-off, and a win for the Proteas will see them start the long trek back to the top of the ICC Test rankings.
It's tough to predict how the pitch will play this time, as a winter Test is a rarity here. But given it'll be quite hot, and rain-free, it should be fairly consistent, though slower than the pacemen would like.