Team India did a trick for Tony, who reached Bails with lemon and chilli?

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In this match, the Indian team, batting first, scored 245 runs after losing all the wickets.

SA vs IND (Pic Source-Twitter)

Currently, the first test match between South Africa and India is being played at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. In this match, the Indian team, batting first, scored 245 runs after losing all the wickets. For the Indian team, KL Rahul batted brilliantly and scored an important inning of 101 runs in 137 balls with the help of 14 fours and four sixes.

KL Rahul Did not spare any South African bowler in this match and hit everyone hard. In reply, host South Africa made a very good start in this match but Jasprit Bumrah gave the Indian team a comeback by taking two consecutive wickets. Jasprit Bumrah first showed his way back to the pavilion by dismissing Tony de Zorzi and then dismissed Keegan Petersen.

Tony de Zorzi was out in the 29th over of South Africa’s first innings. However, before the start of this over, Indian team’s experienced batsman Virat Kohli was seen changing the bails. As soon as Virat Kohli changed the bails, the Indian team got not one but two big successes. Before this, the Indian team had taken only one wicket which was that of Aiden Markram.

Indian team is in a very good position at the moment

Talking about South Africa, the team still has many batsmen but due to KL Rahul’s century, the Indian team is in a very good position at the moment. Apart from KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer had scored 31 runs in the first innings for the Indian team while experienced batsman Virat Kohli had contributed 38 runs.

Talking about South Africa, Tony de Zorzi scored 28 runs in 62 balls with the help of five fours while Keegan Petersen scored only 2 runs in 7 balls. Aiden Markram was out after scoring 5 runs in 17 balls with the help of one four. Now it remains to be seen which team wins this match?



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