An early wicket for India, as Jasprit Bumrah sends Elgar to the pavilion just before the stumps

In the series-decider test match being played between India and South Africa. India has been bowled out for 223 runs.
With Day 1 stumps being called off, South Africa are 17/1, with Bumrah taking the vital wicket of Dean Elgar.

With the match starting again after the innings break, South Africa came up to bat with Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram opening the innings and Jasprit Bumrah starting the bowling for India. Bumrah has struck the breakthrough by getting the crucial wicket of Dean Elgar. Bumrah bowled a beauty on middle and leg, seaming away big, totally baffling the South African captain, thick edge and in the safe hands of Cheteshwar Pujara at first slip. There was nothing that Elgar could have done. Bumrah seemed to trouble Dean Elgar from the first over itself, with Elgar getting a blow on the thigh. Bumrah has been receiving full support from the other end.

Keshav Maharaj is the next man in; the Indian fast bowling trio Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, and Mohammed Shami are looking fierce and impressive and are giving their all to get India on top. Bumrah has bowled four overs, and all his four overs have been maiden, showing the intensity with which Bumrah has been bowling. The day has been called off with South Africa at a score of 17 runs with a loss of 1 wicket. India would try to come up tomorrow with the same intensity as today.

Previously, In the series-decider Test match being played between India and South Africa. Indian team was all out by South African bowlers for 223 runs. Virat Kohli redeemed himself today with a fighting 79 runs innings by facing 201 balls. Kagiso Rabada (4 wickets) and Marco Jansen (3 wickets) led from the front for South Africa.

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