India fail to dominate in the second test vs SA as India lost the match by 7 wickets. There are various reasons for India’s failure at Johannesburg Stadium. Dean Elgar’s 96 not out innings change the pace of the match vs SA. This series is full of heated arguments as the series becomes WWE. First, we saw an altercation between Bumrah and Jenson, then we saw Virat showing gestures to SA players when they come down to chase. On day 3, Siraj and Dean Elger in Johannesburg Test Match also exchange a few words.
Mohd Siraj and Dean Elger exchange a few words in Johannesburg Test Match
Now the main altercation occurs between Siraj and Elgar when the SA batsman hits a boundary to Siraj’s delivery. After that few words occur between both of them and the moment becomes heated.
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Dean Elgar’s after winning man of the match cleared up the situation when he said, said:
“I don’t know what’s the right or wrong way in winning a cricket match, but it’s all about doing the basics right. We ticked a lot of boxes right to make it 1-1.
“We now go to Cape Town with plenty of confidence – it wasn’t easy, the batters were determined. but credit to our bowlers, the effort they put in was very impressive,”
IND vs SA: Match Stats of second Test Match in Johannesburg
India while batting the first post a total of 202 runs which includes unsudden batting collapse occurs on the Indian side. KL Rahul is the only player who hits a half-century in the first innings of Indian batting. When South Africa came to bat they posted a total of 229 runs, Shardul Thakur’s magical spell of seven wickets which attracts the global cricket fans towards him. In the second innings, Indian batting again failed to impress the fans and they gave a target of 240 runs to South Africa. After this match as a 50-50 chance to both sides,
Dean Elgar has another plan for the Indian side as he plays in 96, not out knock which changes the face of the match toward South Africa. South Africa won the second test match by seven wickets and level the series 1-1. The test series will be played at Cape Town from 11 January 2022.