India vs South Africa 2nd test match, In the first session of the first day South African team got a big shock when their 10 wickets were all out for 55 runs. Featured image credit goes to Instagram. And at the end, it ended up becoming a footnote after India’s innings unraveled inside 11 balls of the third session of the first day. Team India took its last 6 wickets without scoring any runs and this is the first time in the history of world cricket. Earlier in the history of Test cricket, taking 5 consecutive wickets without scoring any runs happened in Ban vs Zim match in 2013.
India Vs South Africa 2nd Test Match: South Africa 1st Innings
South Africa won the toss and decided to bat at Newlands Cricket Ground and it proved to be very bad for them as they got their first big blow on the second ball of the third over which was in the form of Adam Markram. Adam Akram was dismissed by Jasprit Bumrah after scoring just two runs.
South Africa got its second blow in the form of captain Dean Elger being out just scored 4 runs. South Africa continues to suffer setbacks one after the other.
The total wickets of South Africa were taken by the fast bowlers of Team India, out of which the most wickets were taken by Mohammed Siraj, who bowled a brilliant bowling spell in his Test career, taking six wickets in his name, two wickets in the name of Mukesh Kumar and 2 wicket took by Bumrah.
South African 9 batsmen could not even reach double figures. The maximum runs for South Africa were scored by wicket-keeper batsman Kyle Verreynne who scored 15 runs. South Africa’s 10 wickets will be all out for just 55 runs. South Africa got the last blow as Kagiso Rabada dismissed by Mukesh Kumar in 23.2 overs.
India Vs South Africa 2nd Test Match: India 1st Innings
Team India, who came to bat after all out South Africa for 55 runs, did not have a good start. Team India already got a blow in the form of opener Yashasvi Jaiswal, who was out on 17 runs scoreboard without scoring any runs.
Team India got the second blow in the form of captain Rohit Sharma who was out after scoring 39 runs. Rohit Sharma was dismissed by Nandre Burger.After Sharma’s dismissal, Virat Kohli came to bat, supported Suman Gill and took Team India’s innings forward.
Team India got the third blow in the form of Shubman Gill who was dismissed by Nandre Burger on 36 runs. After the dismissal of Shubman Gill, Team India kept falling wickets continuously. The last wicket of Team India lost at 155 runs left which was in the form of Prasidh Krishna.
India Vs South Africa 2nd Test Match: South Africa 2nd Innings
After all out Team India for 155 runs, the Africa team, who came to bat in the second innings, had a good start but the first blow to South Africa was in the form of captain Dean Elger who was out on the score board of 37 runs. Dean Elgar was dismissed by Mukesh Kumar. Tony de Zorzi, who came to bat after him, also could not do anything special, he was dismissed by Mukesh Kumar. Tony de Zorzi could score only one run.
Trisan Stubbs, who came to bat after Zorzi was out, could not do anything special, he was out after scoring only one run. South Africa’s score at stumps 63runs for 3.
Team India’s lead is still 36 runs. If Team India wants to settle the second innings of South Africa as soon as possible, then the South African team will try to show a good game in the next day.