India Batting Collapse Against SA, See Here 153-4, And 153 All-Out

India Batting Collapse: Mohammed Siraj took six wickets during a menacing morning spell. Still, India lost six wickets within eleven balls of each other in the final session. India then regained the lead against South Africa in an exciting day one of the Second Test.

India was 153/4 after Siraj’s 6/15 career-best decimated South Africa, resulting in their lowest score post-apartheid of 55. India then lost six wickets within 11 deliveries without adding a single run to finish with a lead of 98 runs.

Six Indian batters failed to score, and another who was not out did not bother the scorer. It was a statistician nightmare.

Lungi Ngidi (3/30) and Kagiso Rahbada (3/38) took five of these six wickets, keeping the lead under 100 and giving the team the psychological edge they needed as 23 wickets were lost on the first day.

SA vs IND 2nd Test Day 1: India Batting collapse on 153

IND vs SA: Shastri quipped: “153 for 4, and 153 all-out.” Shastri jokes, “153 for 4 and 153 all out.”

India experienced a shocking batting failure.: In just 11 deliveries, they lost six wickets and did not add a single run to their total during the second Test in Cape Town.

The batting collapse began when Lungi Ngidi dismissed KL Rahul during the 34th over, India being at 153-4. Lungi Ngidi was able to take the wickets of Jasprit Jadeja and Ravindra Jadeja within the last five deliveries in that over. Both Indian batters were unable to score any runs.

Kagiso Rabada made India worse by taking another two wickets in the following over. Rabada, who was in good form, dismissed Virat Kohli for 46 in the first ball.

Then, he orchestrated Mohammed Siraj’s run-out. Rabada ended India’s innings by dismissing Prasidh. He caused an outside edge, which was safely caught in a slip by Aidan Markram.

Kohli and Rahul showed initial resilience. Kohli, in particular, reached 46 after a frenzy. Rahul showed strength despite his slow start. The uneven bounce of the pitch posed significant challenges to the Indian team.

The collapse of this team was caused by a series of unusual events that took place earlier in the day when South Africa’s first innings had ended with just 55.

Mohammed Siraj, who took six wickets in his outstanding bowling display, was a key participant. Bumrah and Mukesh Kumrah both took two wickets.

After finding the perfect line and length, the Indian seamers were successful in destroying the South African batting order within just 23.2 overs.

South Africa achieved its lowest Test score in history after they decided to bat. This was the lowest score a Proteas side has ever achieved against India.


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