Jasprit Bumrah returned with a fiery spell of fast bowling on Newlands track on Day 2 to pick up his seventh Test 5-wicket haul and bowl South Africa out for 210, thus handing India a 13-run first-innings lead in the ongoing third and decisive Test.

All of India’s pace bowlers were excellent with Bumrah (5/42) leading the way with his movement off the surface and ability to extract bounce on the seaming wicket. Mohammed Shami

(2/39), Umesh Yadav (2/64) and Shardul Thakur (1/37) were also among the wicket-takers.

Keegan Petersen scored a career-best 72 for the home side and stood almost alone before he became the fourth victim for Bumrah, with the next highest score of 28 by Temba Bavuma. The series is level at 1-1 after India won the first Test in Pretoria by 113 runs before South Africa bounced back to claim the second in Johannesburg by seven wickets.
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