Ind vs SA: South Africa all out for 431 runs, India leads with 71 runs on 4th day
News Track 05 October 2019 11:29
Visakhapatnam: The first match of the three-Test series between India and South Africa is being played in Visakhapatnam. The third day's play of the first Test is over. Today is the fourth day of the first Test match. In response to India's 502 runs, South Africa's team scored 385/8 in response to India's 502 runs on the third day of the match. Playing ahead of this, South Africa collapsed for 431 runs on 131.2 overs on the fourth day. In this way, India got a lead of 71 runs.
Playing ahead of the third-day score of 385/8, South Africa's team got their first blow of the day in the form of Keshav Maharaj who scored 9 runs and became the sixth victim of R. Ashwin. Mayank Agarwal caught Maharaj's catch. The last wicket of the visiting team fell as Kagiso Rabada, who scored 15 runs, became the seventh victim of R. Ashwin.
After the match ended on the second day, when South Africa extended their innings after scoring 39/3 on the third day of the match, openers Dean Elgar (160) and Quinton Dickock (111) scored centuries, while captain Faf Du Plessis scored 55 runs. By the end of the match on the third day, the South African team scored 385 runs after losing 118 overs, losing 8 wickets. Earlier the second India of the match declared innings at 502/7. Indian star spinner R. Ashwin took five wickets.