India lost a golden chance to end their winless Test series run in South Africa after losing the third and final match at Newlands, Cape Town on Friday. The Proteas take the series 2-1.
Rishabh Pant was unbeaten on 51 off 60 balls while Virat Kohli (28 batting off 127 balls) added only 14 runs to his overnight score of 14 as India's overall lead now stands at 143.
Kagiso Rabada added his idea while bowling to Virat Kohli was to keep the ball in good line and length. He said he tried to look for outswingers as the Indian skipper was going that way.
India captain Virat Kohli and South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada revived their famed rivalry on Day 1 of the third Test in Cape Town. Rabada got the wicket of Kohli, who hit a half-century of the highest order. Here are most stats...
India looked good for a 250 plus first innings total before losing six wickets for 82 runs in the final session on day 1 of the third Test against South Africa. Virat Kohli hit 79 off 201 balls.
The entire South Africa team started celebrating as soon as the UltraEdge showed a small spike when the ball crossed Virat Kohli’s bat, but the third umpire gave the decision in favour of the Indian skipper.
At Tea on Day 1 of the third and final Test against South Africa, India were 141 for four with captain Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant unbeaten on 40 and 12 runs respectively.
India look to end their quest for a maiden Test series win in South Africa. The three-match series is level at 1-1 after the Proteas made a brilliant comeback to win the second Test in Johannesburg.
India reached 188 for six at lunch to stretch their overall lead to 161 runs against South Africa on the third day of the second Test at the Wanderers. Hanuma Vihari and Shardul Thakur were batting on 6 and 4 respectively.
Shardul Thakur claimed seven wickets in South Africa's first innings of the second Test. His previous best bowling was four for 61 against Australia in the second innings at Brisbane in 2020-21.
South African pacer Kagiso Rabada said captain Dean Elgar's presence at the crease on the final day would be key to South Africa's chase in the ongoing first Test against India. The home side need 211 runs to win.
Unlike the previous years, the Indian Premier League will be a 10-team affair from 2022 onwards with Sanjiv Goenka-owned Lucknow franchise and CVC-owned Ahmedabad making their debut in IPL.
Kagiso Rabada dismissed Liam Livingstone, Eoin Morgan and Chris Jordan off successive deliveries to take a historic first hat-trick for South Africa in T20 Internationals.
South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada dismissed Chris Woakes, Eoin Morgan and Chris Jordan in successive balls in the final over for the third hat-trick of the tournament.
South Africa skittled out Bangladesh for 84 in 18.2 overs and then knocked off their target in 13.3 overs to consolidate their second position in Group 1.
After dismissing Bangladesh for 84 runs, South Africa chased down the target in 13.3 overs. Catch highlights of SA vs BAN, ICC T20 World Cup 2021 match.
South Africa now have four points from three games and sit on the third position in the Group A table of the Super-12 T20 World Cup.
With 15 runs needed off the final over, David Miller smashed two maximums before a boundary by Kagiso Rabada to guide South Africa home against Sri Lanka in the T20 World Cup Super-12 match at Sharjah on October 30. Catch highlights of SA vs SL cricket match here.
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