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Eddie Leie and Mbulelo Budaza then shared seven wickets as the visitors were bowled out for 245 in 41.4 overs at the Mangaung Oval.
Perera was the hero for Sri Lanka ripping out Zimbabwe's top four before blasting 39 not out from 26 balls to seal a crucial victory.
The Proteas batsman struck 88 (80 balls, 3 fours, 3 sixes) as the visitors recovered to reach 242/8 after losing the toss and being put into bat first.
Chasing 271 for victory in Brisbane, England reached their target comfortably with 34 balls to spare and need one more victory to wrap up the five-match series.
The match will be the fourth ODI between South Africa and India in the six-match series concluding on February 16 in Centurion.
India’s Virat Kohli also inspired India to the number-one and two ranking positions in Tests and ODIs, respectively.
Ngidi recorded career-best figures in first-class cricket with 6-39 as the Proteas bowled India out for 151 in their second innings.
Debutant Lungi Ngidi recorded figures of 6-39, his best in first class cricket, as South Africa bowled India out for 151 in their second innings just before lunch.
South Africa take on India in the fifth and final day of the second test.
India were 35 for three at the close, having lost both openers and the key wicket of captain Virat Kohli, trapped LBW by Ngidi, on a pitch with uneven bounce.
Flintoff, who played 79 Tests for England, revealed how the ECB had taken some convincing his 2014 application was for real.
The Proteas take on India on the start of day four of the second test between South Africa and India from Centurion.
The charge was levelled by on-field umpires Michael Gough and Paul Reiffel, third umpire Richard Kettleborough and fourth umpire Allahudien Palekar.
India restart at SuperSport Park in Centurion as they trail South Africa by 152 runs on the third day of the second test between the Proteas and India.
India trail South Africa by 152 runs having bowled their hosts out for 335 just before lunch on a slow wicket that has bounce, but little lateral movement.
India laboured in the field on the second morning of the second test against SA before bowling out the hosts for 335.
Aiden Markram (94) and Hashim Amla (82) were mainly responsible for getting South Africa into a strong position despite some good bowling by India off-spinner Ravi Ashwin.
South Africa won the toss and elected to bat on a slow wicket that is expected to speed up on the second and third days.
The ICC also indicated that there was a commitment by both the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) and Cricket Australia to improve the pitches presented for international cricket.
Markram has had a dream start to international cricket -after four matches he has scored 419 runs including two centuries.
It was a priceless win for the Lions, who had been struggling in recent games, and gave their prospects of a play-off place a boost.
Cricket was last played at the Olympics in the 1900 Paris Games.
Kagiso Rabada's rise to the top comes after he returned figures of three for 34 & two for 41 against a star-studded India batting line-up.
The match was effectively over in three days with Sunday washed out as 18 wickets fell in 64 overs on day four on a seamer-friendly Cape Town wicket.
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