The fields of South Africa are conducive to fast bowlers. But how did South Africa bat against India’s world-class bowling on that pitch?
Cape Town: India has finally lost the third and final round of the series. South Africa (South Africa) Has won the series 2-1. Trial of the First Centurion (centurion test) After 29 years of winning the series it was a dream come true. But Johannesburg also followed in the Cape Town Test.cape town test) South Africa defeated India by seven wickets. In the second inning, Petersen scored a brilliant 82 for South Africa. The Dusse-Bavuma duo sealed the victory for South Africa. Indian bowlers were only able to take one wicket during the day.
The main reason for the defeat is.
Elgar and Peterson’s 77-run partnership was crucial to the second wicket. This partnership laid the foundation for victory. Indian bowlers were thought to perform some miracles today. But that was not the case. As in the second inning of the Johannesburg Test, South Africa easily reached the finish line. The main reason for India’s loss in the second Test in a row is batting.
Indian batting has been a bust since the start of the series, with the exception of one or two players. In the first innings of the third Test, captain Virat Kohli and in the second innings, Rishabh Pant batted vigorously. That allowed India to set a target of 212 against South Africa.
So why couldn’t Indian batsmen play like that?
The fields of South Africa are conducive to fast bowlers. But how did South Africa bat against India’s world-class bowling on that pitch? So why couldn’t Indian batsmen play like that? Such a question arises. In the second inning it was once again clear that the Indian bowlers were mediocre. The same thing happened in Johannesburg. Despite a low score of 223 in the early innings, the Indian bowlers injured South Africa with their heavy throwing and took a 13-run lead. But the pitchers couldn’t do it in the second inning.