IND vs SA: Indian bowlers wreak havoc, South Africa lost five wickets till lunch
News Track 13 October 2019 13:17
PUNE: India's position in the second Test match to be played in Pune, India and South Africa is becoming stronger. On the third day on Saturday, the bowlers also showed vigorous play and bowled South Africa for just 275 runs. Based on the first innings, the Indian team got a lead of 326 runs. On the fourth day, Team India captain Virat Kohli has given a follow on to the visiting team. In their second innings, South Africa have scored 102 runs for five wickets in 38 overs till lunch.
Bavuma (19) and Muthusamy (7) are present at the crease. On the second ball of the day, Ishant Sharma gave India the first success. Ishant made Aden Markram his victim. Markram was out lbw by Ishant. The batsman negotiated with his partner Elgar for a review but did not take a review.
However, in replays, the ball was seen going up from the stumps. Umesh Yadav brought India the second success after Ishant. On the fourth ball of the sixth over, Umesh Yadav sent Bryan to the pavilion. Saha caught the catch off Umesh's ball with a great drive. Bryan returned to the pavilion after scoring eight runs. Similarly, Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja gave the team further success.