IND vs SA: South Africa reduced to 197, India big lead in the first innings

New Delhi: The first match of the three-match Test series is currently between India and South Africa. In the first innings of this match, Team India lost 10 wickets and scored 327 runs. In reply, South Africa’s innings was reduced to 198 runs. India got a lead of 130 runs on the basis of the first innings. Team India now has a good chance to win this match.

The bowlers are awesome

On the third day of the first Test, the Indian bowlers performed brilliantly. Fast bowler Mohammad Shami has taken the most wickets for Team India. Shami took a total of 5 wickets in the first innings of this match. Jaspreet Bumrah and Shardul Tagore took 2-2 wickets at the same time. Mohammad Siraj also took a wicket. Temba Bavuma scored the most runs for South Africa. Bavuma scored 52 runs in the first innings. Quinton de Kock (34) and Kagiso Rabada (25) also scored runs. Apart from this, no African batsman has been able to impress a lot.

Shamir’s claws

Mohammad Shami bowled brilliantly in the first innings of this match. Shami took 5 wickets for South Africa. Not only that, Shami has also taken 200 wickets in Test cricket in this match. Shami broke South Africa’s innings in this match. All the South African players are helpless in front of him.

Team India was bowled out for 327 runs

Team India’s first innings was reduced to runs. KL Rahul’s century ended at 123, then Ajinkya Rahane could not last long and returned to the pavilion with 48 runs. The entire Indian team was all out for 327 runs. After that no Indian batsman could play big innings. Rishabh Pant 6, Ravichandran Ashwin 4, Shardul Tagore 4, Mohammad Shami 6, Jaspreet Bumrah 14, Mohammad Siraj were out for 4 runs.

Lungi has defeated NGD

South African fast bowler Lungi Ngidi has beaten the Team India batsmen in his powerful bowling, taking 6 for 71. At the same time, Kagiso Rabada sent 3 batsmen to the pavilion for 72 runs. Marco Jason got a wicket.


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