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India vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 1: Action in Images

Updated On Jan 03, 2024 10:21 PM IST
  • As many as 23 wickets fell on a crazy Day 1 in which India went from being 153/4 to 153 all out after bowling out South Africa for 55.
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The bowlers reigned supreme on a record-breaking Day 1 in the second Test between India and South Africa. India dismissed South Africa for just 55 runs but then the visitors themselves lost their last six wickets for no runs after being 153/4, South Africa lost three more wickets at the end of the day and were 62/3, trailing India by 36 runs. (PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 03, 2024 10:21 PM IST

The bowlers reigned supreme on a record-breaking Day 1 in the second Test between India and South Africa. India dismissed South Africa for just 55 runs but then the visitors themselves lost their last six wickets for no runs after being 153/4, South Africa lost three more wickets at the end of the day and were 62/3, trailing India by 36 runs. (PTI)

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Mohammed Siraj took a career-best 6/15 as the visitors skittled their hosts for 55 in the first innings (PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Mohammed Siraj took a career-best 6/15 as the visitors skittled their hosts for 55 in the first innings (PTI)

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This was South Africa's lowest Test total in nearly a century and their lowest at home in well over a century. India lost Yashasvi Jaiswal early but Rohit Sharma came out all guns blazing. He smashed 39 in 50 balls and wiped off India's deficit in no time. (PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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This was South Africa's lowest Test total in nearly a century and their lowest at home in well over a century. India lost Yashasvi Jaiswal early but Rohit Sharma came out all guns blazing. He smashed 39 in 50 balls and wiped off India's deficit in no time. (PTI)

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Virat Kohli was then holding the innings together and KL Rahul seemed to be getting set at the other end after Tea before the carnage began in the 34th over. (BCCI-X) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Virat Kohli was then holding the innings together and KL Rahul seemed to be getting set at the other end after Tea before the carnage began in the 34th over. (BCCI-X)

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Lungi Ngidi triggered India's collapse by taking three wickets in the 34th. Rabada then picked two in the next and there was a run out and India lost six wickets for no runs in 11 balls. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Lungi Ngidi triggered India's collapse by taking three wickets in the 34th. Rabada then picked two in the next and there was a run out and India lost six wickets for no runs in 11 balls. (AFP)

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India had a record six ducks in their innings and they had a lead of 98 when their innings ended. (PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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India had a record six ducks in their innings and they had a lead of 98 when their innings ended. (PTI)

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South Africa looked steadier in the second innings. Dean Elgar was dismissed on 12 on what was his final Test innings. He received handshakes from the Indian players and a standing ovation from the Newlands crowd. Aiden Markram led the way for South Africa and they were 62/3 at Stumps, trailing India by 36 runs.  (REUTERS) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 03, 2024 10:21 PM IST

South Africa looked steadier in the second innings. Dean Elgar was dismissed on 12 on what was his final Test innings. He received handshakes from the Indian players and a standing ovation from the Newlands crowd. Aiden Markram led the way for South Africa and they were 62/3 at Stumps, trailing India by 36 runs.  (REUTERS)

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