S. Africa collapses at 121, Team India to chase 62 run targetApril 13th, 2008 - 5:43 pm ICT by admin
Kanpur, Apr 13 (ANI): Team India bowlers shined at the Green Park in Kanpur, as they bowled out the South African team at the score of 121. Men in Blue will now have to chase a target of just 62 run to win the match.
Harbhajan Singh tool four wickets, Virender Sehwag three, Ishant Sharma took two and Sreesanth took one wicket to bundle out Proteas at just 121.
With a 61-run target, Team India must be hoping to square the series after losing second test at Ahmedabad. The first test match at Chennai was ended in a draw.
Earlier in the day, Ishant Sharma and Sreesanth batted patiently which helped India in giving 60 runs lead to the South Africans in the first innings.
On Day 2, India took a slender lead of 23 runs ensuring that the tourists remained in the hunt after getting bundled out for 265 on the first day. (ANI)
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