Who is angry? Jadeja scoffs at Pujara: The first innings of the match, which started on June 10 in Pune, saw India batting first and declaring their first innings for 601. The South Africans, who started the first innings at the end of the second day, were all out for 275 in the first innings at the close of the third day.
The South African team were all out for a follow-up score. The South African team, who received a follow-on, started the second innings on the fourth day of today’s game. From the start, the Indian team started the wicket hunt. Marcrum was dismissed in the second over of the first over, with De Bruyne out for a single.
Ashwin then dismissed Duplessis for 5 runs. Ashwin was bowled out for 48 as well. South Africa lost four wickets before lunch break. At the end of the meal, Jadeja defeated Pauk by 38 runs in the 5th over to give Sachin a try. Shami defeated Mutusamy.
South Africa lost 3 wickets in the second session. For South Africa, who lost by 7 wickets for 129, Flander and Maharaj set up a partnership with the first innings, slowly raising the score and playing carefully without losing the wicket.
As the pair were taking a long time to separate, Pujara missed the second slip by Maharaj’s delivery from Jadeja’s ball. After missing the silk ball in Pujara’s hand, Rahane also fell down so that Pujara would try to catch the ball in the air. But Buzara couldn’t catch it. Rahane may have been trying hard to block Pujara. But he was careful not to cross across the Pujara.
Jadeja was bowled by Pujara for missing the wicket at the time he needed that wicket. Something blatantly expressed his anger. However, Umesh, who beat Flander in the same over, beat Rabada in the same over. In the next over, South Africa were all out for 189, beating Jadeja and Maharaj. India won the series 2-0 by an innings and 137 runs. The Indian team won the three-match Test series 2-0. Only the last match remains.