Faf Du Plessis intervenes between Quinton De Kock and Kagiso Rabada engage themselves in an exchange of words during India Vs South Africa.
Team India dominated the second day of the 2nd Test match between India and South Africa which is going on in Pune. Even though, South African bowlers bowled with absolute determination, yet they struggled to pick wickets.
Thus, frustration soared high on South African bowlers with their constant failures. Kagiso Rabada who was out of luck after he failed to pick any wicket on Day2.
Resuming at 273 for three, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane kept the visitors at bay. They scored the boundaries easily as the runs came by. Rahane soon reached his half-century with a flurry of boundaries as the pair added over 100 runs for the third wicket.
So, it was later seen that the South African pacer was taking out his frustration at wicketkeeper Quinton De Kock. In response, captain Faf Du Plessis had to intervene, whilst both players engage themselves in a war of words.
Du Plessis had to push Kagiso Rabadaa away from De Kock to stop the argument before play resumed. The Proteas will need some luck to get the better of the Indian batsmen in the flat Pune wicket which had something for the bowlers on an opening day.
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Meanwhile, Indian captain Virat Kohli had a sensational day on the field. The Indian skipper scored 254 runs without losing his wicket and made a formidable partnership with Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja, who scored 59 runs and 91 runs respectively.
After this India declared their innings after hitting 601 runs on the board. Adding further to South Africa’s miseries the Proteas lost three wickets with 36 runs on the board.
With this, South Africa’s chances of winning this game are slim, as the Indian bowlers are showing no sign of being frustrated after picking 3 wickets in less than 15 overs.