Keegan Peterson took over in both the second and first innings. He finally formed a good partnership with Elgar on the third day and laid the groundwork for victory.
Cape Town, South Africa (India vs South AfricaTeam India’s dream of going and winning the Test series has been shattered once again. Due to the poor performance of the batsmen, Team India (indian team) squandered the opportunity to win the series. India had set a target of just 212 for victory against South Africa. South Africa easily crossed the line. Along with the hitters, the outfielders also made mistakes in this game. Cheteshwar Pujara, who failed to bat in the second inning (cheteshwar pujara) released an easy catch.
Keegan Peterson took over in the second inning, as well as in the first inning for South Africa. He finally formed a good partnership with Elgar on the third day and laid the groundwork for victory. He completed his half century early on the fourth day. India wanted Peterson’s wicket. He had a chance at 40 above.
The priest wasted no time.
Bumrah was bowling. He cheated on Peterson several times. Finally, Bumrah’s fourth ball went over the edge of Peterson’s bat and made an easy catch for Pujara, who was standing on the first slide. But Pujara could not catch him. The expectations of the Indian fans were dashed. This error of the priest upset everyone. None of the players on the India team, including Bumrah, believed it.
Mid-Century Peterson-Dusse Society
Peterson was playing at 59 when the catch was released and South Africa’s score was 126. South Africa needed 86 runs to win. Peterson took advantage of this mistake and formed a half-century third-wicket partnership with Dusse. Had the ground been taken at that time, the South African team would have been under more pressure.