IND Vs SA: Team India breaks up with KL Rahul out, last 7 wickets for 49 runs

New Delhi: On the third day of the first Test between India and South Africa, the performance of the ‘Great Army’ batsmen was a flop. Team India was expecting a score of over 350 but the game changed with the dismissal of KL Rahul.

India’s first innings is over

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.

Middle and lower order flops

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.

The last 6 wickets fell for 49 runs

1st wicket – 116 Mayank Agarwal
2nd wicket – 118 Cheteshwar Pujara
Third wicket – 199 Virat Kohli
4th wicket – 26 KL Rahul
Fifth wicket – 291 Ajinkya Rahane
Sixth wicket – 296 Ravichandran Ashwin
8th wicket – 296 Rishabh Pant
Eighth wicket – 304 Shardul Tagore
9th wicket – 307 Mohammad Shami
10th-327 Jaspreet Bumrah

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.

Now the big responsibility is on the Indian fast bowlers

Now, in the Centurion Test, Team India’s fast bowlers have to show their talent. He will try to give India an important lead by dismissing South Africa as soon as possible so that the match can be caught.

Will the Indian pace attack be brighter?

Fast bowlers like Mohammad Shami, Jaspreet Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Tagore can play a key role in India’s success. On the other hand, senior spinner Ravichandran Ashwin will also try his best to show his skills.


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