Centurion: Mohammad Shami, Indian fast bowler Bumra South Africa were bowled out for 197 in the first innings of the first Test at Centurion. Indian team He started the second innings with a 130-run lead, adding 16 runs for the loss of one wicket and leading by 146 runs.
Indian team’s fast bowler Mohammad Shami He took 5 wickets and set a record of 200 wickets in Test cricket. Shami was ranked 5th among Indian fast bowlers for taking over 200 wickets. Earlier, Kapil Dev (434), Ishant Sharma (311), Zaheer Khan (311) and Jawahar Srinath (236) were dropped.
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Both teams lost 18 wickets in the 3rd day match of the first Test yesterday. Indian team 7 wickets for 55 runs; South African team Lost all 10 wickets. Indian team South Africa were bowled out for 327 in the first innings.
Mayang Agarwal lost his wicket in the second innings. Overall Test cricket has become one of the fastest wicket-taking matches. Indian team Audi is currently leading by 146 runs.
Keep in mind that today is only one day and dance. The Meteorological Department has warned that there is a 100 per cent chance of rain on the 5th and last day tomorrow. It may rain halfway through tomorrow’s match or it may not even happen. So know the result Indian team Bowling with a low target can put South Africa in crisis and roll.
The Indian team’s tour of South Africa in 2018 should be remembered here. In that series Indian team Despite losing the Test series 1-2, India won the last Test by a huge margin.
With a target of 241 in the last Test starting on January 24, 2018 in Johannesburg South African team Banged in the 2nd inning. The South African team lost only one wicket for 124 runs and was strong.
Shami, Ishant Sharma, at a time when fans thought defeat was certain for the Indian team Bumra The crisis in the bowling of the wickets malamalavena South African team Lost and curled in 177 runs. That means the African team, which had lost one wicket for 124 runs, lost by 9 wickets for the next 53 runs.
De Villiers, Decock, Elgar, Duplessis, Blander, Amla and Markram were the strongest batsmen in the South African squad for that match. Shami of the Indian team, giving themselves a crisis Bumra Bowled.
The current South African squad is inexperienced batsmen with 50 runs and no experience of playing long innings. If they are bowled out, they will lose a lot of wickets and history will return in 2018.
For that Indian team He will have to bowl only 200 more runs in the 2nd innings, aiming for 300 to 330 to bowl after tea tonight. The wickets will definitely fall when the new ball is picked up and bowled. The Indian bowlers were in crisis on the last day of the victory.
No matter how you calculate, the chances of victory for the Indian team are bright. If Captain Cole had planned and acted well for this, it would have been as massive a success as the one at London Lord’s Indian team can get.
In terms of batting, Rahul and Agarwal have laid a solid foundation that has led India to 327 runs. After Rahul and Rahane were ruled out, the middle-order batsmen batted poorly.
It is a curse for the Indian team that internationally renowned batsmen like Pujara, Rahane and Rishabh have been dismissed in such an irresponsible manner. South African team Being in the grip of change, it is fair to say that batting and bowling are faltering, all the key batsmen in the Indian team are experienced and the aspect that needs to be explored as they fall short.
The South African bowlers snatched the wickets of the Indian team using the fact that the Centurion pitch bounced well when bowling the new ball in the morning due to moisture and humidity. But the Indian bowlers also took the wickets of South Africa, giving the pitch a series of crises without settling down.
The South African team stumbled, losing 4 wickets for 32 runs. For the 5th wicket, Bauma and Decock recovered from the slump. The two combined for 72 runs. Decock bowled Thakur for 34.
South Africa then began to lose wickets at regular intervals. Bauma, who scored a half-century, lost his wicket for 52 runs.
Who had lost 4 wickets for 104 runs South African team Lost the remaining 6 wickets for the next 93 runs. It lost the last 3 wickets in just 16 runs. South Africa were bowled out for 197 in 62.3 overs in the first innings. Shami took 5 wickets for India. Bumra Thakur took 3 wickets and Thakur took 2 wickets. Siraj took one wicket.