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Sports Top 10: The first day of the last match of the 2-match Test series between India and South Africa proved to be quite historic. A total of 23 wickets fell in the first day’s play at the Newlands ground in Cape Town, in which at the end of the day’s play, host Africa had scored 62 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in its second innings and was 100 runs behind India’s first innings lead. Was still 36 runs away. Indian fast bowler Mohammed Siraj also did wonders with the ball in the Cape Town Test, taking 6 wickets in his 9 overs spell while giving only 15 runs in the first innings of the Africa team. Let us know about 10 big news of sports world.

A total of 23 wickets fell on the first day of the Cape Town Test.

A total of 23 wickets fell on the first day of the second Test match being played between India and South Africa at Newlands ground in Cape Town. While the South African team was limited to just 55 runs in its first innings after winning the toss, the Indian team too was all out at the score of 153 in its first innings. After this, when the first day’s play ended, the African team had lost 3 wickets in its second innings also till the score of 62.

Indian team did this feat for the first time in test cricket

The Indian team bowled out South Africa for just 55 runs in the first innings of the Cape Town Test match. This is the first time in Test cricket that Team India has restricted its opposition to such a low score. The special thing was that the Indian bowlers took all the 10 wickets of South Africa in the very first session of the match, in which all the wickets were in the name of fast bowlers.

Siraj made many records by taking 6 wickets

Indian team’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj took 6 wickets while giving only 15 runs in the first session of the first day of the Cape Town Test match. With this, this is the first time in the history of Test cricket since 2011 that a bowler has taken five or more wickets in the very first session of the first day of a Test match. Apart from this, in terms of taking five wicket haul in a single session, till now only four bowlers in the world could do so. Siraj is the second bowler from India to do this, before him Jasprit Bumrah had done this feat.

Shubman Gill touched this milestone in Test after ODI

Shubman Gill managed to complete his 1000 test runs in the Cape Town test match. Gill achieved this milestone in the 36th innings of 20 matches. If we talk about Test cricket so far, his average is 31.25 and he is batting at a strike rate of 58.65. Before this, Shubman Gill had also completed his 1000 runs in ODI. In ODI, he has so far scored 2271 runs in 44 innings of 44 matches. Here his average is 61.38 and strike rate is 103.46.

6 batsmen of Indian team together made a shameful record

In the Cape Town Test match against South Africa, six batsmen of the Indian team together made an unwanted record in their name. Team India was playing at one time in its first innings losing only 4 wickets for 153 runs but after this suddenly the Indian batting collapsed and Team India was all out for 153 runs. Team India lost 6 wickets on the same score. Never before has this happened in the history of Test cricket when a team has lost 6 wickets on the same score.

Cape Town Test joins special list in Test cricket history

Cape Town Test match has now been included in a special list of Test cricket history. This is the sixth time in the history of Test cricket when 23 or more wickets have fallen in a day of play. The Indian team has also been a part of 2 of these six opportunities. This is the second time in the history of Test cricket when 23 or more wickets have fallen on the very first day of the game. Earlier in 1902, 25 wickets had fallen on the first day of the Australia vs England Test match.

Mohammad Siraj revealed the secret of getting 6 wickets

Indian team’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj witnessed a historic performance with the ball on the very first day of the Cape Town Test. Siraj took 6 wickets while conceding 15 runs in his 9 overs in the very first session. Regarding his brilliant bowling, Siraj later revealed the secret and said that after the Centurion Test, he had realized what mistake he was making in his bowling and keeping that in mind, he decided to play in this match. Had landed.

Virat Kohli returns to top-10 in ICC Test rankings

In the latest Test batting rankings released by ICC, Virat Kohli has returned to the top-10 batsmen after a long time. Former Team India captain Virat Kohli has made a huge jump of four places in the latest rankings. He has gone straight to number nine with a rating of 761. Apart from this, the current captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma has suffered the loss of four places. Earlier he was maintaining his place in the top 10, but now he has come straight to 14th position.

Aamer Jamal did a big feat in his debut test series

On the first day of the last Test match of the series being played between Australia and Pakistan on the Sydney grounds, Pakistan team’s fast bowler Aamer Jamal performed a great feat with the bat. In the first innings of the Sydney Test match, an inning of 82 runs was seen from Jamal’s bat. With this, Aamer Jamal has become the first player of Pakistan who scored more than 50 runs and also took five wickets in his debut series.

Sri Lanka team announced for ODI series against Zimbabwe

From January 6, Sri Lanka cricket team has to play a three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe. Regarding this, Sri Lanka Cricket has announced a 17-member team, in which Dasun Shanaka has returned to the team but Kusal Mendis will be seen handling the captaincy of the team, while Charith Asalanka has been made the vice-captain of the team. Apart from this, Wanindu Hasaranga has also returned to the team.

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