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South Africa vs India 2nd Test 2023-24 Video Highlights

Watch the highlights of South Africa vs India 2nd Test 2023-24 - India tour of South Africa 2-match Test series of the 2nd Test match played between India and South Africa at Newlands, Cape Town in 03rd January to 04th January 2024.


South Africa vs India 2nd Test 2023-24 Video Highlights
Mohammed Siraj is all smiles after bagging David Bedingham © Associated Press

Pace bowlers Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah stars as India famous seven-wicket victory over South Africa, despite a magnificent century from opener Aiden Markram and India square the two-match series with 1-1 inside two days in a historic shortest Test match of the second & final Test match.

Match Stats : 
  • India chased 79 was their ninth lowest successful run-chase in an away Test match and It is their second lowest chase against South Africa in Tests after their lowest-score chase was 62 against South Africa at Kanpur in 2008.
  • This is the India's fifth Test win in South African soil in the 25th Test meeting between these sides and It is their first Test win at Newlands, Cape Town after seven attempts
  • This is the first time between South Africa and India match completed under two days - This is the 25th shortest match by terms of days in Test matches, India have been involved in 3 of the 25 and This is the first time South Africa have involved.
  • South Africa's 55 was their eighth lowest score in a completed innings in Test matches and It is their worst-total against India in Tests, previous lowest was 79 at Nagpur in 2015.
  • South Africa's 55 was the lowest-score by any team against India in Test matches, previous lowest was 62 by New Zealand at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai in 2021.
  • South Africa's 55 was their fifth largest-score in a completed innings at their home venue in Test matches and It is their fourth lowest total at Newlands, Cape Town in Tests. This is also the South Africa's lowest-total since 1932 in Tests cricket.
  • Mohammed Siraj's 6 for 15 was his best bowling figures for India in Test matches and the sixth best-bowling-figures by an Indian bowler against South Africa in Tests.
  • Mohammed Shami's 6 for 15 was the third best bowling figures by an Indian bowler in South Africa in Test matches and the second best-bowling-figures by an Indian bowler at Newlands, Cape Town in Tests after Harbhajan Singh's 7 for 120 also against the South Africa in 2011.
  • 23 wickets in the opening day - The second most wickets in a day one in Test cricket history after 25-wickets in the opening day between Australia and England at Melbourne in 1902 and the joint fifth most wickets in a single day in Tests, jointly with 23-wickets in the day two between South Africa and Australia at same venue in 2011.
  • India's 153 was their 11th lowest score in a completed innings against South Africa in Test matches and It is their third worst-total at Newlands, Cape Town in Tests.
  • Jasprit Bumrah's 6 for 61 was his third best bowling performance for India in Test matches and the ninth best-bowling-figures by an Indian bowler against South Africa in Tests.
  • Jasprit Bumrah's 6 for 61 was the fifth best bowling figures by an Indian bowler in South Africa in Test matches and the third best-bowling-figures by an Indian bowler at Newlands, Cape Town in Tests.
  • South Africa's 176 was their fifth lowest score in a completed innings against India at their home venue in Tests matches.
  • 642 Balls bowled in this Test match - The shortest completed Test between South Africa and India in Test cricket history. The previous shortest match was 1263 balls at Centurion in this series' opening match.
  • 642 Balls bowled in this Test match - The shortest completed match Test cricket history, The previous shortest match was 1263 balls at Centurion in this series' opening match. was 656 balls between Australia and South Africa at Melbourne in 1932.
  • Aiden Markram scored 60.22 percentage of his team's runs, which is the highest percentage of runs in a completed innings for South Africa in Test matches, surpassing the previous record by Herbie Taylor's 59.89 (109 of 182) against England at Durban in 1913.

* A superb pace bowling spell from Mohammed Siraj's six for 15 as South Africa bundled out for 55, then home side fast bowlers fightback as India collapse for 153 in a 23-wicket opening day of the second Test match.

* Jasprit Bumrah's brilliant six-for as South Africa collapse for 176 and India chased 79 against South Africa by 7-wickets and drawn the with 1-1 inside two days in the day two of the second Test match.


South Africa 1st Innings bundled out for 55 in just 23.2 overs with top scorer by Kyle Verreynne scored 15 off 30-balls including a boundary, David Bedingham hit 12 off 17-balls included 2-fours and Kagiso Rabada 5.

1st Innings India best bowler by Mohammed Shami claimed a career-best 6-wicket haul for 15-runs in 9-overs including three maidens, Mukesh Kumar captured two-wickets for zero runs in 2.2-overs and Jasprit Bumrah took 2-wickets.

India 1st Innings scored 153 for all-out in 34.5 overs with top scorer by Virat Kohli cracked a 46 off 59-balls including 6-fours & a six.

Rohit Sharma struck 39 off 50-balls including 7-fours and Shubman Gill hit 36 off 55-balls included 5-fours.

1st Innings South Africa best bowler by Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada, Nandre Burger each picked up 3-wickets.

South Africa 2nd Innings scored 176 for all-out in 36.5 overs with top scorer by Aiden Markram hammered a 106 off 103-balls - which was his 7th Test Hundred and his first century against India in Tests - including 17-fours and 2-sixes with strike rate of 102.91.

Dean Elgar scored 12 off 28-balls including 2-fours, Marco Jansen and David Bedingham each scored 11-runs.

2nd Innings India best bowler by Jasprit Bumrah claimed a 6-wickets for 61-runs in 13.5-overs, Mukesh Kumar took 2-wickets and one for Prasidh Krishna - Mohammed Siraj.

India chased 80-3 in 12 overs with top scorer by Yashasvi Jaiswal blasted a 28 off 23-balls including 6-fours with strike rate of 121.73.

Rohit Sharma hit a unbeaten 17 off 22-balls including 2-fours, Virat Kohli 12 and Shubman Gill 10.

2nd Innings South Africa best bowler by Marco Jansen, Nandre Burger and Kagiso Rabada each took 2-wickets.

Mohammed Siraj named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to took seven wickets in an match.

Dean Elgar and Jasprit Bumrah shared player of the series award, Elgar contributed 201 runs and Bumrah took 12 wickets in the two-match series.


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