New Delhi. The third test match is being played between India and South Africa in Cape Town. The team which will win this match, the series will be of that team. In such a situation, both the teams are putting full emphasis on winning. While the first day of this test was in the name of South Africa, on the same day, Team India made a great comeback on the second day. India bundled out South Africa for 210 in reply to 223 in the first innings and thus took a small but psychological lead of 13 runs over the hosts. Jasprit Bumrah was the hero of the day for India. He took 5 wickets. Bumrah achieved the feat of taking five or more wickets for the seventh time in an innings.
A funny incident happened during the second day’s play of Cape Town Test. Team India’s enthusiasm was increasing with every wicket of South Africa. The bowlers were also in full enthusiasm after their success. In such a situation, their enthusiasm should not be diminished. the captain himself Virat Kohli He took care that there should be no dearth of encouragement in the bowlers. Therefore, after every wicket or good ball, he himself was encouraging them by clapping.
Kohli celebrates the wickets.. looks towards his team dug out and shouts ‘Keep Clapping Boys.. Keep Clapping’ and this follows..
This guy just creates an amazing atmosphere in the match.. pic.twitter.com/ens77zqg3M
— Kanav Bali🏏 (@Concussion__Sub) January 12, 2022
Virat boosted players’ spirits in a unique way
Not only this, Kohli also asked every player sitting in the field and dugout to keep clapping. Its video is going viral on social media. It is seen that Mohammad Siraj, Wriddhiman Saha and Jayant Yadav are sitting in the dugout and as soon as the captain’s signal is received, they also start clapping loudly. At the same time, Mayank Agarwal, KL Rahul and Cheteshner Pujara were also seen doing the same on the field.
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India’s lead extends to 70 runs
As far as the match is concerned, South Africa’s first innings ended on 210 runs. By the end of the second day’s play, India scored 57 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in the second innings. Indian openers disappointed in the second innings as well. Mayank Agarwal was also dismissed cheaply along with KL Rahul. Mayank scored 7 and Rahul scored 10 runs. After the early dismissal of these two, there was a partnership of 33 runs in 69 balls between Indian captain Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara. Cheteshwar Pujara (9) and captain Virat Kohli (14) are unbeaten. India’s lead has gone up to 70 runs and 8 wickets are left. On the third day, it will be the responsibility of Kohli and Pujara to take the team to a match-winning score.
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