IND vs SA: India reached a strong position after Rohit century
Hello friends India declared their second innings for 323 runs at the loss of four wickets on Saturday on the fourth day of the first Test match being played with South Africa at the ACA-VCA Stadium here and gave South Africa a target of 395 runs.
In response, South Africa have scored 11 runs for one wicket till the end of the day's play. The visiting team is currently 384 runs behind India's score with nine wickets remaining.
At the time of stumps, Edin Markram scored three runs from 18 balls and Theunis de Brune scored five runs with the help of a four off 20 balls.
Ravindra Jadeja has been a success so far from India. Jadeja dismissed Dean Elgar (2).
India declared their first innings for 502 runs at the loss of seven wickets. At the same time, South Africa scored 431 runs in their first innings. India landed in the second innings with a lead of 71 runs.
Rohit Sharma scored 127 runs for India in the second innings. He faced 149 balls and scored his second century in this match with the help of 10 fours and seven sixes. Apart from him, Cheteshwar Pujara scored 81 runs from 148 balls.
Keshav Maharaj took two wickets for South Africa. Vernon Philander and Kagiso Rabada had one wicket each.
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