MUMBAI: Indian batting performance was poor on the third day of the first Test at Centurion. After a great partnership between KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane, when Team India came to bat on the third day, it was expected to be a big score but the batsmen bowed to South Africa’s fast bowling.
In the first hour of the third day, India went all out for 3 wickets. Looking at 272-3, India’s score has reached 10-327. India’s fourth wicket fell in 93.6 overs, while the ninth wicket fell in 100.5 overs.
For South Africa, Lungi Engidi took the maximum 6 wickets and Kagiso Rabada also took 3 wickets. Nagidi’s last three wickets came on the third day.