Centurion. Team India is in a strong position in the first Test. The team has given a target of 305 runs to the hosts South Africa. At the end of the fourth day’s play, Africa (India vs South Africa) has scored 94 for 4 wickets. That is, he still has to score 211 runs and he has only 6 wickets left. There is still one day left in the match. But there is a possibility of rain on the last day. The Indian team has not yet won a Test match in Centurion. Captain Dean Elgar is playing after scoring 52 runs.
Chasing the target, South Africa’s team could not start well. The team lost the wicket of opener batsman Aiden Markram (1) in the second over. He was dismissed by fast bowler Mohammed Shami. After this Keegan Peterson (17) fought. But he could not make his innings big. Fast bowler Mohammad Siraj sent him to the pavilion.
Bumrah gave 2 strong blows
South Africa’s score was 74 for 2 at one time. After this, Jasprit Bumrah took 2 wickets and turned the match in India’s favor. First he bowled Rasi van der Dussen (11). Then he also sent nightwatchman Keshav Maharaj (8) to the pavilion. The day’s play was over as soon as Maharaj was dismissed. South Africa has scored 94 runs for 4 wickets in 40.5 overs. Dean Elgar is playing 52 runs off 122 balls. 7 fours are hit.
Pant scored 34 runs
Earlier, in the second innings for India, wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant scored the highest 34 runs. Fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Marco Jensen both took 4-4 wickets. Captain Virat Kohli failed in the second innings as well. He scored 18 runs. The team could score only 174 runs in the second innings. The team scored 327 in the first innings while South Africa scored 197 runs.