When 7 centuries were engaged in a match, Indian batsmen rocked against South Africa
The Indian team is going to play a three-match Test series with South Africa once again. The first test match will start in Visakhapatnam from 2 October. This time the Indian Test team is looking stronger than South Africa. Whenever there is talk of Test between India and South Africa, that test match is remembered when the batsmen of both the teams had scored 7 centuries in a match.
The match was played in 2010, when the South African team was on a tour of India. In 2010, the second match of the Test series was played in Kolkata. In this match, four batsmen of the Indian team had scored 4 centuries in the first innings. While three batsmen scored centuries in the first and second innings for South Africa.
In this match, the Indian team declared their first innings on 643 runs. In the first innings for India, Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman and Mahendra Singh Dhoni had scored centuries. For South Africa, two batsmen scored a century in the first innings, while in the second innings, one batsman scored a century. In the first innings, South Africa were piled on 296 runs, while in the second innings they were able to score 290 runs. The Indian team won the match by an innings and 57 runs. Hashim Amla scored 2 centuries in this match and he was elected Man of the Match.