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Day 1 of the third and final Test between India and South Africa at Newlands, Cape Town witnessed a gripping day of action with the visitors ending the first innings with 223 on the scoreboard. Indian skipper Virat Kohli headlined Tuesday's play with a 79-run master class as he guided India towards a competitive total in the first innings of the series decider. Kagiso Rabada was the wrecker-in-chief for South Africa as he scalped four wickets while Marco Jansen bagged three and Duanne



Olivier, Lungi Ngidi and Keshav Maharaj ended with a wicket each.

South Africa ended up losing skipper Dean Elgar for three as Jasprit Bumrah got first bolt with the Proteas ending the day with 17/1 on the board, still trailing by 206 runs. It was a high-quality day of cricket with both India and South Africa playing at their best as the picturesque Newlands produced a true wicket in what has been tipped as the final frontier for the Indian team.

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