SA vs IND: Jasprit Bumrah, Marco Jansen FIGHT in 2nd Test – WATCH
Updated on: Jan 5, 2022 5:56 pm IST
Jasprit Bumrah, Marco Jansen fight SA vs IND: Team India and South Africa are currently battling out in a gripping Test match at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. India came into this second Test match with a 1-0 lead in the three-match Test series after a historic win in Centurion where they defeated South Africa by a comprehensive margin of 113 runs. The ongoing second Test match has been dominated by the fast bowlers from both the teams as a total of 22 wickets fell in the first two days.
Watch: Jasprit Bumrah, Marco Jansen FIGHT in 2nd Test
During the second Indian innings on Day 3, India’s fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah was seen having angry argument with South African lanky pacer Marco Jansen. Actually, Jansen first bowled a short ball to Bumrah after which both the players got involved in a heated exchange of words and eventually, the on-field umpires had to come up in order to clear the matter and separate the players. The on-field umpire was also seen having conversation with Bumrah after that over about that incident. Incidentally, Jasprit Bumrah was then dismissed by Lungi Ngidi as Marco Jansen took a fine catch at the point region.
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SA vs IND 2nd Test Live Score
India have been bowled out for a total of 266 runs on Day 3 of this second Test match and now South Africa need to chase down a challenging target of 240 runs in the fourth innings to keep themselves alive in this three-match Test series. For India, the senior pair of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane batted remarkably well under pressure composing a brilliant 110-run partnership for the third wicket. Both Pujara and Rahane scored impressive fifties and most importantly, they scored all their runs at a quick pace. Hanuma Vihari also showed great amount of resistance on a challenging wicket and remained unbeaten at 40 runs off 84 balls.
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For South Africa, the trio of Kagiso Rabada, Marco Jansen and Lungi Ngidi finished with three wickets each. Earlier in this Test match, India got bundled out for 202 runs in the first innings where captain KL Rahul scored a gutsy fifty as Marco Jansen took four vital scalps. However, Shardul Thakur then picked up a sensational seven wicket-haul to ensure that South Africa just took a marginal lead of 27 runs.
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