By Stephan ShemiltChief cricket writer at Taunton

Last updated on .From the section Cricket

Issy Wong says she is the "Divock Origi of women's cricket" after her two late strikes against South Africa.

The Proteas went into the final day with a 78-point deficit after Wong's double strike.

When you're nine or 10 years old, these are the moments you want to play in.

"You think 'I'd love to do that' when you see Katherine Brunt run in and take England's first two pins."

England were frustrated by the rain at Taunton, only for play to resume at 17:30 BST.

Wong became the first bowler in the history of the Test to remove two players in a single Test.

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Wong said she is like the Divock Origi of women's cricket.

Origi scored crucial goals for the Reds in a number of derbies, including against Barcelona in the semi-finals of the European Championship.

Following the retirements of legends Brunt and Shrubsole, Wong is part of a new-look England attack.

After Emily Arlott was ruled out, she was added to the XI.

Wong said that it was completely out of the blue.

Sometimes, I need to pinch myself. I wonder how cool it is that I'm playing for England. It has been great.

England scored 133 runs in front of the South Africans in the first day of the second Test.

The two lengthy rain showers looked to have delayed their push for victory, but Wong kept them on course for a first Test win in eight years.

She said that the focus was on pushing for the win.

We're going to push to get those. It will not be easy. As a group, we are really excited to win this test.