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Patna : South Africa were all out for 130 in 41.2 overs in their second innings before lunch against India on day four of the first cricket test at Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa, on January 8, 2018. A B de Villiers was the last South African wicket to fall with the score reading 130 while fast bowler Dale Steyn was yet to open his account. A B de Villers was out for 35.
South Africa had made 286 in their first innings. India were all out for 209 in their first innings. India now have to score 208 to win the first test with two full sessions and one full day remaining.
Resuming at their score of 65/2 on January 6, South Africa lost 8 wickets in the first session of the play on January 8 with Jasprit Bumrah and Mohd Shami taking three wickets each while Bhuvaneshwar Kumar took two wickets. The third day’s play on January 7 was washed out due to rain.
Bumrah took the wickets of A B de Villiers, Captain Faf du Plessis and wicketkeeper Quinton de Cock while Shami accounted for Hashim Amla, Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander. Bhuvaneshwar Prasad accounted for spinner Keshav Maharaj and fast bowler Morne. The first two South African wickets were taken by Hardik Pandya on January 6. Captain du Plessis was out for duck.