India’s 208 runs for victory over South Africa

India’s second innings have been underway on the fourth day of the first cricket test match against South Africa in Cape Town, and four wickets have fallen. Indian opener Shikhar Dhoni and Murli Vijay started the 30-run squad, but after that, he got out of two wickets and went to Pelin.

Shekhar Mankal and Murali out of the field. Nadia’s second innings scored 39 runs while Chiteshwar Pajara made four wickets for Mackel’s second wicket. Kohli and Rohit Sharma took the score for 71 for the fourth wicket, but on this occasion, the player made Kohli an LBW. Kohli also took revenge against Umpire’s decision but the ball in the replay was appearing in straight wickets.

Earlier, South Africa scored 130 runs in the second innings and thus got the overall lead of 207 runs on the guest team. After the third day of the rain, after the start of the game, Hashim came as Ammalah and Knight Watchman resumed the second innings.

Hashim Ammal was unsuccessful in the second innings and when South Africa scored 66, he scored four runs in the form of Mohammad Shami. The difficulties of South Africa increased when FIFA Doppyesee scored no runs without wicket winning the wickets. The hosts have scored 82 runs at this time.

South Africa suffered six loss after the 10-run increase in the total score. The outgoing batsman was Dicken D Cocktail, who just got eight runs. After the match, Mohammad Sami made LBW doing India’s seventh success while Kishu Maharaj and Murray Mackel craved Bhoniwas Kumar behind the wickets.

The last batsmen were Abraham Abraham Wells, who made 35 runs after the wicket was caught by the wicketkeeper Sachs. It was Saha’s 10th match in the match that is a new record for the highest out by an Indian wicketkeeper in a test match. Prior to this, Mahendra Dhoni helped in nine out of the match against Australia in December 2014, including eight catches and a stump.

India’s Jupiter full of prosperity and Mohammad Shami, three and Harak Pandya and Bhunishwarya Kumar took two, two wickets. In the first test match of the series, South Africa scored 286 in the first innings, in which Indian team was able to score 209 in the first innings, and the host team got 77 runs.

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