SA vs IND 2023-24: South African Traffic Police’s funny taunt on the flurry of wickets in Cape Town goes viral


There was a flurry of wickets on the first day of the Cape Town Test match.

South Africa vs India. (Image Source: Getty Images)

India’s tour of South Africa 2023-24, SA vs IND: South Africa and Team India (Team India) are currently facing each other in the second and last match of the two-match Test series. The South Africa vs India 2nd Test match is currently being played at the Newlands Cricket Ground in Cape Town.

There was a flurry of wickets on the first day of this match. Let us tell you, on January 3, a very exciting fight was seen between the two teams in Cape Town, where a total of 23 wickets fell. Batting first, the host South African cricket team was all out for just 55 runs, after which the Indian cricket team also witnessed a batting collapse during the innings, as the visiting team fell from 153/4 to being all out for 153 runs. .

Did South African traffic police make fun of Team India?

India lost six wickets in 11 balls and did not score even a single run during this period. Now the South African traffic police has made fun of the record-breaking 23 wickets falling on the first day of the second test match between South Africa and India in Cape Town. South African traffic police jokingly said that the constant movement of players between the field and the dressing room had caused traffic jams.

Read here: SA v IND: From the captain of South Africa to the coach, everyone is now criticizing the Cape Town pitch.

It seems that the South African traffic police has taken a dig at Team India as they posted this on X when the visiting team had lost its last six wickets in just 11 balls without adding any runs on the scoreboard. During this period, the wickets of KL Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Virat Kohli, Mohammad Siraj and Prasidh Krishna had fallen.

Here is the traffic update from Newlands –

Meanwhile, South African traffic police wrote on the

Let us tell you, South Africa team was all out for 176 runs, and now India needs only 79 runs to win.

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