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IND vs SA: First day of Cape Town Test was in the name of bowlers, both teams lost a total of 23 wickets.

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The second match of the two-match Test series between India and South Africa is being played in Cape Town. In this match, Team India currently seems ahead of South Africa. The first day of play was in the name of the bowlers. In the match, South Africa captain Dean Elgar, who is playing his last international match, won the toss and decided to bat first. The bowlers of Team India proved their decision wrong and all out South Africa on the score of just 55 runs.

23 wickets fell in a single day

In the second innings of the match, Team India had a great opportunity to gain a strong lead, but Team India also got all out on the score of 153 runs. During this, the Indian team lost 6 wickets in 11 balls. After the second innings of the match, Team India had a lead of only 98 runs and both the teams together had lost a total of 20 wickets. There was still time left for the day to end. In such a situation, the South African team came on the field to bat and they lost 3 wickets at the score of 62 in 17 overs. In this way, today both the teams together lost a total of 23 wickets.

dominance of bowlers

The bowlers completely dominated the first day in Cape Town, South Africa. Mohammad Siraj took a total of 6 wickets in the first innings of the match. Whereas Mukesh Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah took 2-2 wickets. In this series, South African bowlers also continued their magic and all out India. Where Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi and Nandre Berger took 3 wickets each. The bowlers were getting a lot of help from the pitch in this match. South African team is currently behind by 36 runs in the match.

Dean Elgar played the last innings

Dean Elgar played his last innings for South Africa today. Elgar scored 12 runs in this innings. Elgar had scored 2 runs in the first innings of this match. He scored a total of 14 runs in his last test. The entire Indian team including Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma bid him farewell and shook hands with him after batting in his last test match. Virat Kohli even hugged Elgar.

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