Mohammad Shami gave Virat Kohli the perfect start, as the pace bowler got rid of both Amla and Rabada within the fist half hour.
India needed to strike early if they wanted to get a grip on the match, as South Africa already had a lead of around 80 runs.
After rain completely washed out the third day, the Indian bowlers charged in on the fourth day, knowing that they had to take wickets to hold any hope of winning the match.
Shami answered his captain’s call, as the fast bowler first got Amla to chase a wide delivery. Rohit took a superb catch, as he dived in front to take the all important catch.
And then Shami knocked over Rabada with a great delievry, as the South African fast bowler fended at a short delivery.
Kohli snapped up the catch at second slip, as the Indian skipper was extremely pumped after getting the wicket.
De Kock was the next to follow, as Bumrah managed to get the inside edge. The umpire was not sure, as the Indians called for the DRS.
Eventually they got their decision, as the snicko showed that there was a clear inside edge of the bat.
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