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Look At There Stalwarts Today Last Match For One

The Indian cricket team has managed to make a comeback thanks to the bowlers in the deciding match of the three-match Test series. Now it will be the responsibility of the batsman to put the team in a strong position. all eyes will be on captain Virat Kohli on the third day of the match. Kohli, who missed out on a century in the first innings, will have a chance to end the long-century drought.

Indian Team Managed to Stop in The First Innings For 210 Runs

The Indian team managed to restrict South Africa for 210 runs in the first innings on the second day of the Cape Town Test. Batting after taking a modest lead of 13 runs, India scored 57 for 2 on the second day. India had a 70 - run lead and skipper Kohli was batting with experienced batsmen Cheteshwar Pujara on the field. the Indian team had set a target of 240 runs in front of the hosts in the last match, which they achieved to level the series 1-1.

Eye On Kohli, Rahane, and Pujara In Second Innings

Captain Kohli hasn't scored a century in the last two years. He was dismissed for 79 in the first innings. In the second innings, he will have a chance to fulfill his strength. With two days left to play and India needs to reach a big score to save the match. Pujara has scored runs in the last few innings but Rahane is hanging the sword of being out of the team. These three experienced batsmen of the team will have to score runs in this innings, otherwise, Team India's dream of winning the series in South Africa for the first time will remain incomplete.

South Africa Tour Could Be The Last For One

Now who will be the winner of the series, it will be known after the third test. But at present, there are some Indian players who can be seen playing their last Test against South Africa. This is because now the Indian tour of South Africa will take place after about two years and by then some players may have retired. The same, India's tour of South Africa will now take place after about 4 years.

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