The history of the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg has been on the side of India in recent years. So what’s going to happen tomorrow at Wanderers field? He is curious.
Durban: South Africa dominated the third day of the Johannesburg test today. It outscored India in both bowling and batting. When it came to taking grounds, the South African bowlers got the grounds by bowling in the correct setting and when they needed to hit the field, they did so in such a way that the Indian bowlers were disgraced. Tomorrow is the fourth day of the test and it is certain that the test will be over. If the African team shows the same game tomorrow as today, the series will be tied again. (India vs South Africa 2nd test match day 3 Johannesburg Wanderers Stadium South Africa dominant performance)
The history of the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg has been on the side of India in recent years. So what’s going to happen tomorrow at Wanderers field? He is curious. India has beaten South Africa by 240 races to win. At the end of the day, he has scored 118 runs for the loss of two wickets. Then the mercury leans towards them.
A special Rahane-Pujara set was needed
After India started innings at 85 for two today, the opening hour was undefeated and Cheteshwar Pujara played a promising game. But after Rahane (58) and Pujara (53) were fired, India’s entries wavered again. Only Shardul Thakur (28) and Hanuma Vihari (40) put up an unbeaten lead to bring India’s total to 266. While Rishabh Pant was expected to play responsibly, he returned his wicket. Even in this inning, hitting was a headache for India. Although Pujara and Rahane responded to the criticism by scoring half a century, today a special game was needed. Because after these two wickets, the other hitters were barely there.
That’s Stumps on day 3 of the second #SAvIND Test!
South Africa moves to 118/2 late in the game and needs 122 more runs.
We’ll see you tomorrow for action on the 4th.
– BCCI (CCBCCI) January 5, 2022
Indian bowlers were unappreciated
South Africa have hit very well in the second inning. Since the start of the series, Indian bowlers have dominated African hitters. But today, African batsmen did not appreciate Indian bowlers. Indian bowlers struggled to get windows. Starters Markram (31) and Peterson (28) were fired by Thakur and Ashwin respectively. But even these wickets were not easily obtained. Captain Elgar and Dusse are on the field. With eight terrains in hand and two days to go, Mercury is the heaviest in Africa.