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Dean Elgar On DRS Controversy South Africa Benefited From Team India Flare up

South Africa captain Dean Elgar believes that Team India's displeasure over DRS has benefited his team. He said that this distracted the visiting team from the match for some time. Ravichandran Ashwin was bowling the 21st over on the third day of the third Test in Cape Town.

Changed Decision After DRS

Left-handed batsmen Dean Elgar was given out Ibw to umpire Marais Erasmus. But the third umpire changed the decision after taking DRS, as Hawk-Eye technology showed that the ball's trajectory was above the stumps. In such a situation, when the decision changed, the Indian players got furious. Captain Virat Kohli, vice-captain KL Rahul, and bowler R Ashwin were making rhetoric.

After winning the match by 7 wickets and the series 2-2, the hosts' Captian Dean Elgar said, " It clearly gave us a little window ( to score runs ). Especially yesterday ( Thursday ) we got a little free There were runs to be scored through and obviously that's what we needed to do to get the target. For a while, they really forgot about the match and they were challenging the emotional side of Test cricket a little bit more."

On the Controversy, Captain Dean Elgar said,

At the same time, on this controversy, captain Dean Elgar said, "I liked it. It was obviously probably a team that was under a little pressure and things were not going that way. Yes, we are very happy. We have to last with the bat." Had to showcase our skills in the innings knowing that the wicket was in favor of the bowlers as well and we needed to be extra disciplined there and stick to our fundamentals."

Elgar said, 'Obviously Team India was under a little pressure. Things weren't going in his favor, which he is obviously used to, but I think the pressure gave us a bit of an opportunity. Got a chance to score some easy runs especially on Thursday. For a while, he was really disoriented from the game and was showing more of his emotions.

The Indian Team Had to Face Defeat

The Indian team was defeated in the series by 2-1. Elgar, after the seven-wicket win in Johannesburg, said that he had spoken to Kagiso Rabada, which was good enough for him to perform at his best. When asked about the kind of conversation the two had, Elgar declined to go into details.

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