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Jasprit Bumrah’s Fifer takes India one step ahead

Jasprit Bumrah

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CRICDOT DESK : Skipper Virat Kohli led India head-on when he rescued the team after being pulled down to 24/2. South Africa is in a very difficult situation after taking a narrow lead of 13 runs in the first inning, courtesy of Jaspari Bumuras Pfiffer. Nonetheless, Kori and Cheteswar Puhala worked hard to ensure that India would not suffer any further losses at the end of the 57/2 day.

It was a busy day for cricket, but India took the lead. India won the throw, but was still able to collect 223 in the first inning. It was up to the bowler to make things happen, and boys, they didn’t deliver! Bumura led the field with his fingers, but Umesh Yadaf and Mohammed Shami were equally responsible for the destruction of Protea, leading India to a breakthrough at a crucial time. An example is the Temba Bavuma ticket gate. As of April 159, South Africa was on track to overtake India’s results, but Shami dismissed him and Rafael Verin one by one and stirred the host.

The shock was immediately felt when Bumura collapsed immediately. Of course, the icing on the cake was the ticket gate of Marco Jansen. When India entered with a 13-run lead, the opening round had to shoot. However, South Africa was immediately impressed by the fact that Newland champions easily dismissed Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul in the opening round. Ticket gates here and there could change the game, but Kori and Puhara worked hard to keep everything away from the stump. In the end, seniors assured India to end the day with eight ticket gates intact. Also with a margin of 70 runs.

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Prior to , Keagan Petersen fought a lonely battle with the undefeated ’70s as India rebounded and reduced South Africa to 176/7 on the second day of the third test in Cape Town. I did. The host is still behind India with 47 runs, leaving three wickets. When the session resumed, the couple Petersen and Lassie van der Dussen advanced South Africa’s innings before Umesh Yadaf achieved the long-awaited breakthrough to end the partnership at 67. .. Umesh was hit to remove Van der Dussen at 21.

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