Scored runs without losing the last 6 wickets, this was the condition of the Indian team in the second test match against South Africa.


The Indian team also could not bat well in its first innings in this match and was all out for 153 runs.

SA vs IND (Pic Source-Twitter)

Currently, the second and final Test match between South Africa and India is being played at Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town. In this match, the bowlers of the Indian team performed very well and all out South Africa for 55 runs in their first innings.

In reply, the Indian team also could not bat well in its first innings in this match and was all out for 153 runs. Let us tell you, at one time four wickets had fallen for 153 runs of the Indian team. However, after this the team lost its 6 wickets without scoring any runs. The most surprising thing was that the team lost 6 wickets in just two overs and did not score even a single run.

Lungi Ngidi took three wickets in a single over. In the very next over, Kagiso Rabada also took three wickets. For the Indian team, Virat Kohli scored 46 runs in 59 balls with the help of 6 fours and 1 six, while captain Rohit Sharma contributed 39 runs. Young batsman Shubhman Gill scored 36 runs. For South Africa, Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and Nandre Burger took 3 wickets each.

India took a lead of 98 runs in the first innings

Even though the Indian team was all out for 153 runs in its first innings, it is still far ahead in this match. The fast bowlers of the Indian team bowled very well in the first innings and bowled out South Africa for 55 runs. In the first innings, for the Indian team, Mohammad Siraj took 6 wickets for 15 runs in 9 overs. Not only this, Mukesh Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah took two wickets each.

The batsmen of the Indian team would not like to repeat the mistake they made in the first innings in their second innings. Let us tell you, South Africa had defeated India by an innings and 32 runs in the first test match. Now it remains to be seen who wins the second test match?

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