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IND VS SA: Kohli did not pity this player, he showed the way out in the first Test

New DelhiThe first Test match between India and South Africa is being played at Centurion. In this match, Test captain Virat Kohli, former co-captain Ajinkya Rahane and star batsman Ajinkya Rahane were given a chance in the XI against South Africa, but Virat Kohli showed no mercy to a deadly bowler and was dismissed from the XI. Done. Let’s find out about that player.

This player was expelled

In the first Test against South Africa, skipper Virat Kohli guided fast bowler Ishant Sharma out and was replaced by young fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. Ishant also has experience of playing 100 Test matches. Ishant has not been seen in his rhythm for a long time. At the same time, Mohammad Siraj gave a great example of bowling against Australia and New Zealand. Ishant has taken 311 wickets in 105 Tests for India.

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This bowler got the chance

Mohammad Siraj was in the XI against South Africa. In the last few years, Mohammad Siraj has made a name for himself all over the world with his deadly bowling. Playing his ball is not easy for any batsman. He has taken 33 wickets in 10 Tests for India. Siraj is still very young. The big batsmen also bowed their heads in front of his swing bowling. Siraj bowled stormyly against Australia and New Zealand. He is quite successful in bringing initial success to India. Great batsman Sachin Tendulkar also praised the bowler.

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Rahul-Mayank ignited

The Indian openers played well in the first innings against South Africa. KL Rahul remains frozen at the crease even after scoring a great century. He scored 122 runs. At the same time Mayank Agarwal contributed 80 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara and captain Virat Kohli could not show special achievement. Ajinkya Rahane is at the crease with 40 runs. At the end of the first day’s play, the Indian team lost three wickets and scored 262 runs. Mayank and Rahul tested the South African bowlers. Rahul hit a stroke around the field. Seeing his strong batting, the South African bowlers were sweating.

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