After South Africa captain Dean Elgar successfully overturned an LBW decision off Ravichandran Ashwin on Day 3 of the third Test, Indian cricketers insinuated that not everything was fair.
The third and final Test match between South Africa and India in Cape Town was rocked by DRS controversy, with the visitors insinuating that everything was not fair while an LBW decision was overturned after review.
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.
India captain Virat Kohli, KL Rahul and Ravichandran Ashwin's unsavoury comments were caught in the stump mic after South Africa skipper Dean Elgar was given a massive reprieve following a DRS review in the third Test.
Virat Kohli and other Indian players' interesting comments were caught on stump mic after South African captain Dean Elgar's was given not out following a DRS blooper in Cape Town on Day 3 of the third Test.
Rishabh Pant's 100 not constituted for more than 50 per cent of India's shoddy second innings total of 198 with Virat Kohli's 29 being the second-highest individual score. South Africa still need 111 runs.
South Africa captain Dean Elgar seemed to have benefitted from a controversial DRS call in the 21st over on Day 3 of the third Test against India. Virat Kohli was left fuming by the incident.
The Newlands Test also witnessed the visiting captain Virat Kohli become the fourth Indian and 18th player overall to bat in 500 innings or more in international cricket. Here's a look at some stats from Day 3.
Wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant played a vital unbeaten knock as India looked to set a defendable target in the third and final Test against South Africa in Cape Town.
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.
Jasprit Bumrah's 5/42 helped India bowl out South Africa for 210 giving them a 13-run lead against South Africa in the third and final Test in Cape Town. India are 57 for 2 at stumps on day 2.
Jasprit Bumrah returned to the venue of his Test debut to take a five-wicket haul and helped India take a crucial 13-run lead against South Africa in the third and final Test.
India captain Virat Kohli has taken 45 catches in 87 innings of 44 Test matches at home while he held 55 catches in 101 innings of 55 Test matches away from home.
Umesh Yadav has so far played his part in India's bid to win their first-ever Test series win in South Africa. Replacing fellow pacer Mohammed Siraj, Yadav took two wickets on Day 2 of the series-deciding third Test.
At lunch on day 2 of the third Test, South Africa were 100/3 in 35 overs in reply to India's 223 all out. Jasprit Bumrah and Umesh Yadav got rid of Aiden Markram and Keshav Maharaj.
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.
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