Iceland Cricket Reacts Sarcastically On South Africa's Poor Performance Against India
The third day of the second Test match ended with some amazing performance from Indian bowlers. South Africa had another bad day as they lost the crucial wickets early. The match had also a strong partnership of South Africa's lower-order batsman.
The Proteas were all out after scoring 275 runs and India still has a lead of 326 runs. The third day started with Mohammed Shami picking the wicket of Anrich Nortje and then Umesh Yadav picking the wicket of Thenuis de Bruyn who had also low performance in the first Test match.
Indian spinners and pacers bowled perfect areas to get early wickets of the top order and middle-order batsmen. Umesh Yadav who is making a comeback after a long time in the team has bowled very well as he picked three wickets.
The pitch was helping spinners too as Ravichandran Ashwin picked four wickets. He picked crucial wickets of South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis and Quinton de Kock .
South Africa lower-order batsmen Keshav Maharaj and Vernon Philander built a strong partnership. Indian bowlers were struggling to break that partnership. Ashwin was successful in taking the wickets of the Keshav Maharaj who scored 72 runs. The day ended with the Proteas losing all wickets at 275 runs. The Indian skipper Virat Kohli will decide if the team will play on the fourth day or give the decision to follow on.
They only have 20 days left to get Kolpak contracts with the counties - Iceland Cricket about South Africa
The Proteas are struggling to set themselves in the field as in the first Test match also they lost the wickets. Iceland Cricket makes the fun of the Proteas player and taunted them on twitter. It put forward the Kolpak Deal, which has been signed by a number of South African cricketers.
Iceland Cricket took to Twitter and wrote, 'In fairness to South Africa, their players may be finding it hard to concentrate on this series. They only have 20 days left to get Kolpak contracts with the counties.'
In fairness to South Africa, their players may be finding it hard to concentrate on this series. They only have 20 days left to get Kolpak contracts with the counties. #INDvSA
— Iceland Cricket (@icelandcricket) October 12, 2019