Ind Vs SA Live: India created history by defeating South Africa by 113 runs to become the first Asian team to do so.

New Delhi | Ind Vs SA Live : India has made history thanks to the superb bowling of India’s fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami. Bumrah and Shami took 3-3 wickets while bowling brilliantly. Along with these two, Mohammad Siraj and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 2-2 wickets. India defeated South Africa by 113 runs on the fifth and final day of the first cricket test match on Thursday. Now India has taken a 1-0 lead in this series. Indian team has created history in Centurion. Let us tell you that India has become the first Asian team to beat South Africa at this ground.

The host was given a target of 305 runs.

Ind Vs SA Live : However, India’s second innings also faltered and could only score 174 runs. Even after this, set a very difficult target of 305 runs in front of the host team. India had scored 327 runs in the first innings and took a crucial 130-run lead in the first innings after bowling out South Africa for 197 runs.

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KL Rahul was adjudged man of the match.

Ind Vs SA Live : Chasing the target, South Africa had scored 94 runs at the stumps for the loss of four wickets and on the last day they reached 182 runs for seven wickets till lunch. But after lunch, his second innings was reduced to 191 runs. In this match, ‘Man of the Match’ KL Rahul was selected. Thanks to Rahul’s century, India had scored 327 runs in the first innings.

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