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Test summer's most watched moments

Take a look back on two massive Test series with the 10 most popular videos on cricket.com.au

10) Quick wrap: Proteas claim Test series 2-0

Australia suffered another major batting collapse in Hobart to hand a South Africa team without Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers a 2-0 Test series win.

Quick wrap: Proteas claim Test series 2-0

9) Quick wrap: Australia pull off famous win

Australia beat Pakistan by an innings and 18 runs in a tumultuous end to the Boxing Day Test to wrap up a series win over the tourists.

Quick wrap: Australia pull off famous win

8) Reporter, SA security in physical altercation

Channel 9 reporter Will Crouch was involved in a heated incident with South Africa security at Adelaide Airport.

Reporter, SA security in physical altercation

7) Marsh snares screamer as Starc strikes early

Mitch Marsh took an absolute screamer as Mitch Starc claimed the wicket of Stephen Cook in the opening over of the first Test at the WACA.

Marsh snares screamer as Starc strikes early

6) Uzzie dabs his way to SCG half-century

Australia's Usman Khawaja brought out a new celebration upon reaching a half-century on day four at the SCG, delighting his teammates.

Uzzie dabs his way to SCG half-century

5) Rabada's superb over claims Voges

The South Africa quick capped off a tremendous over of fast bowling by taking the big scalp of Australia batsmen Adam Voges.

Rabada's superb over claims Voges

4) Du Plessis polished ball with lolly in mouth

Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis was filmed shining the ball with a lolly in his mouth during his side's second Test thrashing of Australia in Hobart.

Du Plessis polished ball with lolly in mouth

3) Wade gets vocal behind the stumps

Kevin Pietersen didn't enjoy it but Australia wicketkeeper Matthew Wade was doing everything he could to inspire his team in Adelaide.

Wade gets vocal behind the stumps

2) All 10 Australian wickets as Proteas win the series

Australia's batting line-up was again exposed expertly by a South African pace attack missing lynchpin Dale Steyn, with Kyle Abbott claiming six scalps in Hobart.

Watch all 10 Australian wickets as Proteas win

1) Bavuma's athleticism catches Warner short

An athletic piece of fielding from Temba Bavuma caught David Warner short of his ground in the first Test at the WACA Ground in Perth.

Bavuma brilliance catches Warner short