No play on Day 2 in Centurion due to continuous rain

No play was conceivable on Day 2 of the first Test between South Africa and India at the SuperSport Park in Centurion, on Monday (December 27) because of downpour. Umpires chose to take stumps around 13:56 nearby time with the ground probably not going to be prepared in harsh climate. The conjecture is of much better climate on Day 3.

Prior in the Test, KL Rahul had driven India’s predominance with the bat graciousness a patient unbeaten 122, which helped the group reach 272 for 3. The opener had set the stage for a solid absolute with a fine 117-run opening stand with Mayank Agarwal later India had chosen for bat.

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For the South Africans, Lungisani Ngidi was the main bowler to sack wickets, picking every one of the three scalps to fall on the Boxing Day. Mayank’s innings was stopped on 60 later he was caught legbefore, while Chesteshwar Pujara trailed for a brilliant duck, inside edging the ball on to his cushions, which then, at that point, heaved and was gotten by Keegan Petersen at forward short leg.

Virat Kohli looked guaranteed during his visit in the center, yet later a progression of speck conveyances, he became annoyed and went for a broad drive to a conveyance extremely wide outside the off-stump, just to be gotten by the slip defender.

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