India won the first test match of the three-match series between India and South Africa by 113 runs. Team India bowled out South Africa for 191 runs in the second innings on the fifth day of the Test match played at Centurion’s SuperSport Park Cricket Stadium. Bumrah-Shami has taken 3-3 wickets for India. South Africa captain Jean Elgar scored 77 runs in the second innings. With this, India has gone 1-0 up in the three-match Test series. India created history by winning a Test match for the first time in Centurion. He had never lived here before.
4:25 PM: India beat South Africa by 113 runs in the Centurion Test. With this, India is leading 1-0 in the three-Test series.
4:20 PM: South Africa’s ninth-wicket has fallen.
4:14 PM: The fifth day’s play has resumed after the lunch break. Soon after lunch, Shami gave India the 8th breakthrough by dismissing Macro Jansson. India is now 2 wickets away from victory.
3:41 PM: By lunch break on the fifth day, South Africa have 182 runs in the second innings scored for the loss of seven wickets. India is now 3 wickets away from victory.
3:08 PM: South Africa has lost the 6th wicket. Mulder was dismissed for 1 run by Mohammad Siraj. India is now three wickets away from victory.
3:05 PM: South Africa has lost the 6th wicket. Siraj dismissed de Kock for 21.
2:47 PM: After 57 overs, South’s score in the second innings is 153/5. Temba Bavuma 18 and Quinton de Kock are playing on 15 runs. The team needs 150 runs to win.
2:20 PM: Jasprit Bumrah has given India the first breakthrough on the fifth day. He dismissed Dean Elgar for 77 albw. India is just 5 wickets away from victory.
2:05 PM: South African captain Dean Elgar and Temba Bavuma have come out with the intention of winning. Both have started the fifth day with good runs. In 49 overs, South Africa made 126 runs for four wickets. Captain Elgar is playing on 76 and Bavuma is scoring seven runs. The concern is clearly visible on the face of captain Virat Kohli. South Africa has six wickets left in their account and is now 179 runs away from victory.
1:40 PM: Temba Bavuma is at the crease with captain Elgar for South Africa. Together, both have taken the score beyond 100 runs. After 43 overs, South Africa’s score is 105 for four. South Africa is now 200 runs away from victory and Team India needs six wickets.
1:30 PM: The fifth day’s play has started. South Africa captain Dean Elgar is playing on 52 runs. Jasprit Bumrah is bowling the first ball of the fifth day.
Current match status
India had scored 272 for three on the first day. After this, on the second day, the rain spoiled the whole day’s play. A total of 18 wickets fell on the third day. Team India was all out for 327 and then South Africa scored 197 runs in the first innings. Team India scored 174 runs in the second innings and gave a target of 305 runs to South Africa. South Africa lost four wickets for 94 runs in the second innings.