IND vs SA Keegan Petersen Takes One Handed Stunner To Dismiss Cheteshwar Pujara On Day 3 Of 3rd Test in Cape Town – Latest Cricket News

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India’s experienced batsmen could not add any runs to their score on the third day of the ongoing third Test against South Africa. He lost his wicket on the second ball of the third day at Newlands, Cape Town. Pujara looked uncomfortable in front of the dangerous bowling of fast bowler Marco Jensen. He played the second ball of the first over towards the leg side, where Keegan Pietersen jumped into the air on his right side and caught Pujara with one hand.

On the second consecutive day of this test match, it happened that the wicket fell on the second ball of the game. Earlier on the second day of the third Test match, Jasprit Bumrah sent Aidan Markram to the pavilion on the second ball of the first over of the day.

The third day of the third Test match for South Africa could not have started better than this. Kagiso Rabada gave India the fourth blow in the very next over by sending Ajinkya Rahane to the pavilion. Rahane could only score one run in 9 balls. Earlier in the first innings, Rahane could only score 9 runs in 12 balls.

IND vs SA: Indian fast bowlers wreaked havoc against South Africa, took 5 wickets in all three Test matches.

India extended their lead in the second innings thanks to Rishabh Pant’s half-century. By lunch on the third day, India scored 130 runs in the second innings for the loss of 4 wickets. And the lead has gone up to 143 runs. Till lunch, Virat Kohli is present at the crease with 28 runs and Rishabh Pant 51 runs.

Cheteshwar Pujara has become the most dismissed batsman without adding any run in his overnight score. Pujara has been dismissed seven times in his career without adding a run to his night score. In this list, Jacques Kallis of South Africa and Chris Cairns of New Zealand have been dismissed 6 times.

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