IND vs SA: Shardul Thakur got the ‘mistake’ of the umpire, bowled 7 balls over
7 balls over-The last match of the three-Test series between India and South Africa is being played in Cape Town.
7 balls over bowled
India and South Africa The last of the three-match Test series between the final being played in Cape Town. On the first day of the match, the South African bowlers wreaked havoc on the Indian batsmen and bundled out their first innings for 223 runs. On the second day of the match, the Indian bowlers also retaliated and did not give the batsmen of the host team a chance to survive. Indian bowlers during the match South Africa were the others were sweating umpire to dismissed forget the mistake of balls and penalty Shardul Thakur found.
South Africa’s second innings was reduced to just 209 runs. The 50th over of the visiting team’s innings is very expensive for India. Where a penalty of five runs was imposed on India in this over. On the other hand, Shardul had to bowl seven balls instead of six in this overdue to a mistake by the umpire.
Shardul Thakur had to bowl six balls
Captain Virat Kohli gave the responsibility of doing the 50th over of South Africa’s innings to Shardul Thakur. Shardul brought the over and gave away 7 runs. However, in this over he made seven balls instead of six. Even after the sixth ball of the over, the umpire did not stop him. Virat and the entire team India were not keeping the count of the balls, so no one stopped them. No run came off the seventh ball of the over. A five-run penalty was also imposed on India on the fifth ball of the same over. In fact, the fifth ball hit the edge of Temba Bavuma’s bat and Pujara could not take the catch. The ball then hit Pant on the helmet kept on the ground. South Africa was given five more runs as punishment.
India got a 13-run lead in the first innings
Team India made a great comeback in the third test on the strength of the bowlers. On the first day of the match, the Indian innings were bundled out for 223 runs. The Indian bowlers also retaliated well on the second day of the match. On Wednesday, the host South Africa team was dismissed after scoring 210 runs. Keegan Pietersen played the most important innings of 72 runs for the hosts. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah took 5 wickets while Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami took 2 wickets each. A wicket also came from Shardul Thakur. India has got a lead of 13 runs on the basis of the first innings.