India vs South Africa, 3rd Test, Day 4 Live Score
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In the bowling department for the Indians, it was second innings specialist Mohammed Shami was at it again as he picked up three wickets. He got good support from Umesh Yadav who got two. Jadeja picked up two wickets while Ashwin finally got one in the match too. Also Read - India vs South Africa 2019: Theunis de Bruyn Replaces Dean Elgar in 3rd Test in Ranchi, Comes in as Concussion Substitute
The start for the Proteas was as same as the first. The Indian pacers demolished the top order of the visitors to leave them tattering at 36 for 5. Dean Elgar was hit on the helmet by a bouncer off Umesh Yadav and we had first concussion substitute as de Bruyn replaced Elgar for the second innings. George Linde and Dane Piedt once again troubled the the Indians for a while but they eventually fell. Also Read - Dean Elgar Ruled Out of Ranchi Test After Being Struck on the Head by Umesh Yadav Bouncer
It was all about the Indian bowlers in the morning session as they pegged the Protea innings with regular wickets. Umesh Yadav picked up 3 while Shami, Nadeem and Jadeja got two wickets in bundling the visitors.
The day started with Umesh Yadav picking up early wicket in the morning. Hamza and Bavuma stitched a decent partnership but once that stand was broken, the South African innings fell apart. Linde along with Nortje frustrated the Indian bowlers for a while but the hosts eventually bundled them out and enforced a follow-on.
16 wickets. One would think that India have batted too. Well, not really. All of the wickets fell are of the visitors. 8 of the first innings and 8 in the second. No challenge from the Protea batters in the final innings of the Test series. Just two more wickets for the Indians to complete a whitewash.