Elgar hit a century, this Indian veteran rose with joy, this is a surprising reason
The Test series is currently being played between India and South Africa. On the third day of the first Test of this series, South Africa have made a good comeback. Africa had lost 4 wickets for 63 runs in response to India's 502 runs at one time.
Dean Elgar and Faf du Plessis then formed a fine partnership. They both shared a 115-run partnership for the 5th wicket. During this, Dean Elgar scored a magnificent century. Elgar completed his century by hitting a six on a score of 94.
He scored a century by playing 175 balls. During this, he hit 12 fours and 4 sixes. When Elgar hit a century, the players sitting in the dressing room of South Africa also looked happy.
Among them, India's legendary player Amol Mazumdar was also involved.
Amol Majumdar is Africa's batting coach
Actually, Amol Majumdar was appointed as the batting coach of South Africa before the start of this series. His arrival has helped the South African batsmen to play spin. Significantly, Majumdar had scored more than 10,000 runs in first-class cricket for India, but despite this he did not get a chance to play a single match for India. For this reason, he is also called the worst fortunate player in Indian history.