3rd Test: India in command after rain plays spoilsport on Day 2

India declared their first innings at 497/9 after Rohit Sharma struck his maiden double century in Tests and Ajinkya Rahane his first hundred at home in three years.

India TV Sports Desk [ Published on: October 20, 2019 16:37 IST ]
  • Bad light brought about an early end to the second day's play in the third and final Test between India and South Africa on Sunday.
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    Bad light brought about an early end to the second day's play in the third and final Test between India and South Africa on Sunday.

  • Poor visibility meant the India players walked back to the dressing room barely five overs into the South African first innings after the tea break.
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    Poor visibility meant the India players walked back to the dressing room barely five overs into the South African first innings after the tea break.

  • India declared their first innings at 497 for nine after Rohit Sharma struck his maiden double century in Tests and Ajinkya Rahane his first hundred at home in three years.
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    India declared their first innings at 497 for nine after Rohit Sharma struck his maiden double century in Tests and Ajinkya Rahane his first hundred at home in three years.

  • Stumper Wriddhiman Saha (24) was castled by Linde while Ravichandran Ashwin managed 14 before Umesh plundered five sixes in his entertaining cameo to take the total close to 500.
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    Stumper Wriddhiman Saha (24) was castled by Linde while Ravichandran Ashwin managed 14 before Umesh plundered five sixes in his entertaining cameo to take the total close to 500.

  • South Africa were nine for two with both their openers Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar dismissed.
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    South Africa were nine for two with both their openers Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar dismissed.

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