SA vs IND: Indian fast bowlers got excited after seeing the pitch of the second test match, you also see the picture


Looking at the pitch, it can be said that it will help the bowlers a lot.

Newlands Cricket Ground (Pic Source-Twitter)

The second and final Test match between South Africa and India will be played at Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town. Many people are eagerly waiting for this great test match. However, before the second test match, the picture of Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town is going viral on social media.

Looking at the pitch, it can be said that it will help the bowlers a lot. A lot of bounce and swing can be seen on this pitch. This pitch is completely green. Batsmen may have to face a lot of problems here.

Let us tell you, the performance of the Indian team in the first test match was quite disappointing and South Africa gave them a crushing defeat by an innings and 32 runs. In the first test match, no player from the Indian team was able to perform well. However, now the team would definitely like to win the second test match.

Indian team is fully prepared for the second test match

Let us tell you, in the first Test match, experienced wicketkeeper batsman KL Rahul batted very well in the first innings for the Indian team and scored a valuable century for his team. In the second innings, Virat Kohli had scored 76 runs for the Indian team. However, apart from these two, no other player was able to leave his mark either with batting or bowling.

Indian team captain Rohit Sharma had also said that apart from Jasprit Bumrah, no bowler had bowled well. However, now all the players would like to give their best performance in the second match. It is very important for the Indian team to win in this second test match starting from January 3. If the Indian team also loses the second and final Test match, then South Africa will win this series.

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