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Keegan
Petersen
led
the
chase
of
212
with
a
measured
82
and
he
had
good
support
from
all
the
South
Africa
frontline
bowlers
as
India
bowlers
struggled
to
make
an
impact.

Here
is
the
highlights
from
post-match
presentation
such
as
captains’
comments,
player
of
the
match
and
series
and
a
few
stats
to
boot
with.
Dig
in.


1
Captains
comments


Virat
Kohli,
India
Captain:

It’s
a
great
spectacle
of
Tests
for
everyone
to
watch;
hard-fought
series.
Great
first
game
but
SA
did
amazingly
well.
In
both
Tests
they
won,
they
were
clinical
with
the
ball
in
crunch
moments.

Lapse
of
concentration
cost
us
key
moments
and
they
seized
those
moments;
absolutely
deserving
winners
in
the
end.
As
I
said,
one
of
the
challenges
we’ve
faced
touring
abroad
is
make
sure
capitalising
on
momentum,
when
we’ve
done
that
we’ve
won
Tests
away
from
home.

When
we
haven’t,
they’ve
cost
us
quite
bad.
Have
had
a
few
collapses
that
have
cost
us
important
moments
and
Test
matches.

It’s
batting;
can’t
pin-point
any
other
aspect.
People
talk
about
pace
and
bounce,
considering
their
heights,
they
were
able
to
get
much
more
off
the
wickets
in
all
three
Tests.
They
applied
pressure
long
enough
for
us
to
make
mistakes.
It’s
the
understanding
of
conditions
for
them
which
they
know
very
well.

The
batting
has
to
be
looked
into,
no
running
away
from
that.
Having
collapses
every
now
and
then
not
a
good
thing.
Obviously
very
disappointed,
we
know
how
far
we’ve
come
as
a
team.

That
people
expect
us
to
beat
SA
in
SA
is
testimony
to
how
far
we’ve
come.
We
haven’t
done
it,
that’s
the
reality,
accept
it
and
come
back
as
better
cricketers.
Got
to
credit
the
opposition
where
due.

I
think
the
way
KL
batted
as
an
opener
was
heartening,
Mayank
got
stuck
in
on
a
couple
of
occasions,
bowling
was
outstanding,
few
crucial
knocks
from
the
guys
in
the
middle
period,
Rishabh’s
knock
in
this
Test
was
special,
Centurion
win
was
special
too.
Take
the
positives
and
move
ahead,
come
back
as
better
cricketers.


Dean
Elgar,
South
Africa
captain:

Pretty
elated,
I
think
it
will
sink
in
in
a
day
or
two,
maybe
this
evening.
Couldn’t
be
prouder
of
the
group.
The
guys
responded
brilliantly.

After
the
first
loss,
had
a
lot
of
hope
knowing
we
can
still
win
this.
Asked
the
players
to
respond
in
a
better
nature,
better
way
and
they
responded
brilliantly.
Extremely
happy.
Challenging
your
players
within
the
group,
need
character
to
stand
up.

The
way
our
bowling
unit
delivered
throughout
the
series
is
brilliant.
I
threw
down
the
challenge
after
the
first
game
and
the
guys
responded
brilliantly.

Got
a
young,
talented
group.
Every
day
in
this
environment,
we’re
gaining
this
experience.
Unreal
to
see
how
a
group
that
doesn’t
have
the
repertoire
or
names
can
gel
together
as
one.
Extremely
proud
of
this
group.

If
you
want
to
operate
at
a
high
performance
level,
have
to
have
tough
chats.
If
guys
don’t
like
it,
it’s
up
to
them
to
deal
with.

I’ve
got
old-school
mentality
with
new-school
twist.
Laid
down
challenges
to
senior
players
as
well,
great
to
see
them
take
it
on
board
and
deliver.
Would
like
to
think
I
gave
us
the
best
message
for
us
to
go
out
and
perform.


2
Player
of
the
Match
&
Series


Keegan
Petersen:
I

don’t
know
how
I
feel,
it
hasn’t
sunk
in
yet.
Happy,
emotional
but
just
grateful
to
have
had
the
opportunity.
I
took
every
little
positive
I
can
from
every
innings
and
build
on
that.
It’s
been
a
tough
journey,
not
easy.

Have
had
to
stick
to
my
guns
and
fight
it
out.
It’s
been
a
long
journey,
can’t
really
tell
the
whole
story
right
now.
It’s
not
been
easy
even
coming
into
Tests;
challenging
wickets,
changing
conditions,
have
had
to
deal
with
what
has
been
in
front
of
me.

We’ve
always
had
to
tough
it
out
against
a
high-quality
bowling
attack,
high-quality
team.
Just
spending
time
at
the
wicket
is
crucial.
Evident
longer
you
bat,
easier
it
gets.
I
enjoyed
every
moment
of
it.


3
Records
&
Stats


A
India
losing
series
after
winning
the
first
Test.

vs
England,
1984/85
(home)

vs
South
Africa,
2006/07
(away)

vs
England,
2012/13
(home)

vs
South
Africa,
2021/22
(away)


B
Most
Runs


For
SA:

Keegan
Petersen:
276
runs,
Avg:
46,
50s:
3.


For
India:
KL
Rahul:

226
runs,
Avg:
37.66,
100:
1,
50:
1.


C
Most
Wickets


For
SA:

Kagiso
Rabada:
20
wickets.


For
India:

Mohammed
Shami:
14
wickets.

R
Ashwin

had
just
three
wickets
from
as
many
Tests
in
this
series.

  • India
    were
    emotional
    after
    DRS
    call
    and
    played
    into
    our
    hands,
    says
    SA
    skipper
    Dean
    Elgar
  • DRS
    Controversy:
    No
    breach
    of
    code
    of
    conduct
    charges
    against
    India
    after
    Cape
    Town
    outburst
  • ICC
    World
    Test
    Championship
    2021-23:
    Updated
    Points
    Table
    after
    India
    Vs
    South
    3rd
    Test
  • India
    vs
    South
    Africa,
    3rd
    Test:
    Keegan
    Petersen
    leads
    Proteas
    to
    stunning
    series
    win
  • India
    vs
    South
    Africa,
    3rd
    Test,
    Day
    4:
    Petersen
    helps
    Proteas
    maintain
    edge
    on
    Session
    1
  • It’s
    really
    immature,
    you
    can’t
    be
    a
    role
    model
    in
    this
    manner:
    Gambhir
    slams
    Kohli
  • DRS
    Controversy:
    SA
    pacer
    Ngidi
    says
    India
    reaction
    showed
    frustration,
    pressure
  • Bowling
    coach
    Paras
    Mhambrey
    lauds
    Rishabh
    Pant,
    says
    ‘he
    got
    runs
    when
    team
    needed
    them
    most’
  • India
    vs
    SA,
    3rd
    Test
    Day
    3
    Highlights:
    Pant
    dazzles
    for
    tourists
    but
    Proteas
    edge
    closer
    to
    series
    triumph
  • Rishabh
    Pant
    becomes
    first
    India
    wicketkeeper
    to
    slam
    Test
    centuries
    in
    England,
    Australia,
    South
    Africa
  • India
    vs
    South
    Africa,
    3rd
    Test:
    Rishabh
    Pant
    slams
    imperious
    100*
    as
    visitors
    set
    a
    target
    of
    212
    for
    Proteas
  • Rahane

    136
    and
    Pujara

    124
    in
    6
    innings
    in
    South
    Africa:
    End
    of
    the
    road
    for
    senior
    India
    batters?


Keegan
Petersen
led
the
chase
of
212
with
a
measured
82
and
he
had
good
support
from
all
the
South
Africa
frontline
bowlers
as
India
bowlers
struggled
to
make
an
impact.

Here
is
the
highlights
from
post-match
presentation
such
as
captains’
comments,
player
of
the
match
and
series
and
a
few
stats
to
boot
with.
Dig
in.


1
Captains
comments


Virat
Kohli,
India
Captain:

It’s
a
great
spectacle
of
Tests
for
everyone
to
watch;
hard-fought
series.
Great
first
game
but
SA
did
amazingly
well.
In
both
Tests
they
won,
they
were
clinical
with
the
ball
in
crunch
moments.

Lapse
of
concentration
cost
us
key
moments
and
they
seized
those
moments;
absolutely
deserving
winners
in
the
end.
As
I
said,
one
of
the
challenges
we’ve
faced
touring
abroad
is
make
sure
capitalising
on
momentum,
when
we’ve
done
that
we’ve
won
Tests
away
from
home.

When
we
haven’t,
they’ve
cost
us
quite
bad.
Have
had
a
few
collapses
that
have
cost
us
important
moments
and
Test
matches.

It’s
batting;
can’t
pin-point
any
other
aspect.
People
talk
about
pace
and
bounce,
considering
their
heights,
they
were
able
to
get
much
more
off
the
wickets
in
all
three
Tests.
They
applied
pressure
long
enough
for
us
to
make
mistakes.
It’s
the
understanding
of
conditions
for
them
which
they
know
very
well.

The
batting
has
to
be
looked
into,
no
running
away
from
that.
Having
collapses
every
now
and
then
not
a
good
thing.
Obviously
very
disappointed,
we
know
how
far
we’ve
come
as
a
team.

That
people
expect
us
to
beat
SA
in
SA
is
testimony
to
how
far
we’ve
come.
We
haven’t
done
it,
that’s
the
reality,
accept
it
and
come
back
as
better
cricketers.
Got
to
credit
the
opposition
where
due.

I
think
the
way
KL
batted
as
an
opener
was
heartening,
Mayank
got
stuck
in
on
a
couple
of
occasions,
bowling
was
outstanding,
few
crucial
knocks
from
the
guys
in
the
middle
period,
Rishabh’s
knock
in
this
Test
was
special,
Centurion
win
was
special
too.
Take
the
positives
and
move
ahead,
come
back
as
better
cricketers.


Dean
Elgar,
South
Africa
captain:

Pretty
elated,
I
think
it
will
sink
in
in
a
day
or
two,
maybe
this
evening.
Couldn’t
be
prouder
of
the
group.
The
guys
responded
brilliantly.

After
the
first
loss,
had
a
lot
of
hope
knowing
we
can
still
win
this.
Asked
the
players
to
respond
in
a
better
nature,
better
way
and
they
responded
brilliantly.
Extremely
happy.
Challenging
your
players
within
the
group,
need
character
to
stand
up.

The
way
our
bowling
unit
delivered
throughout
the
series
is
brilliant.
I
threw
down
the
challenge
after
the
first
game
and
the
guys
responded
brilliantly.

Got
a
young,
talented
group.
Every
day
in
this
environment,
we’re
gaining
this
experience.
Unreal
to
see
how
a
group
that
doesn’t
have
the
repertoire
or
names
can
gel
together
as
one.
Extremely
proud
of
this
group.

If
you
want
to
operate
at
a
high
performance
level,
have
to
have
tough
chats.
If
guys
don’t
like
it,
it’s
up
to
them
to
deal
with.

I’ve
got
old-school
mentality
with
new-school
twist.
Laid
down
challenges
to
senior
players
as
well,
great
to
see
them
take
it
on
board
and
deliver.
Would
like
to
think
I
gave
us
the
best
message
for
us
to
go
out
and
perform.


2
Player
of
the
Match
&
Series


Keegan
Petersen:
I

don’t
know
how
I
feel,
it
hasn’t
sunk
in
yet.
Happy,
emotional
but
just
grateful
to
have
had
the
opportunity.
I
took
every
little
positive
I
can
from
every
innings
and
build
on
that.
It’s
been
a
tough
journey,
not
easy.

Have
had
to
stick
to
my
guns
and
fight
it
out.
It’s
been
a
long
journey,
can’t
really
tell
the
whole
story
right
now.
It’s
not
been
easy
even
coming
into
Tests;
challenging
wickets,
changing
conditions,
have
had
to
deal
with
what
has
been
in
front
of
me.

We’ve
always
had
to
tough
it
out
against
a
high-quality
bowling
attack,
high-quality
team.
Just
spending
time
at
the
wicket
is
crucial.
Evident
longer
you
bat,
easier
it
gets.
I
enjoyed
every
moment
of
it.


3
Records
&
Stats


A
India
losing
series
after
winning
the
first
Test.

vs
England,
1984/85
(home)

vs
South
Africa,
2006/07
(away)

vs
England,
2012/13
(home)

vs
South
Africa,
2021/22
(away)


B
Most
Runs


For
SA:

Keegan
Petersen:
276
runs,
Avg:
46,
50s:
3.


For
India:
KL
Rahul:

226
runs,
Avg:
37.66,
100:
1,
50:
1.


C
Most
Wickets


For
SA:

Kagiso
Rabada:
20
wickets.


For
India:

Mohammed
Shami:
14
wickets.

R
Ashwin

had
just
three
wickets
from
as
many
Tests
in
this
series.

  • India
    were
    emotional
    after
    DRS
    call
    and
    played
    into
    our
    hands,
    says
    SA
    skipper
    Dean
    Elgar
  • DRS
    Controversy:
    No
    breach
    of
    code
    of
    conduct
    charges
    against
    India
    after
    Cape
    Town
    outburst
  • ICC
    World
    Test
    Championship
    2021-23:
    Updated
    Points
    Table
    after
    India
    Vs
    South
    3rd
    Test
  • India
    vs
    South
    Africa,
    3rd
    Test:
    Keegan
    Petersen
    leads
    Proteas
    to
    stunning
    series
    win
  • India
    vs
    South
    Africa,
    3rd
    Test,
    Day
    4:
    Petersen
    helps
    Proteas
    maintain
    edge
    on
    Session
    1
  • It’s
    really
    immature,
    you
    can’t
    be
    a
    role
    model
    in
    this
    manner:
    Gambhir
    slams
    Kohli
  • DRS
    Controversy:
    SA
    pacer
    Ngidi
    says
    India
    reaction
    showed
    frustration,
    pressure
  • Bowling
    coach
    Paras
    Mhambrey
    lauds
    Rishabh
    Pant,
    says
    ‘he
    got
    runs
    when
    team
    needed
    them
    most’
  • India
    vs
    SA,
    3rd
    Test
    Day
    3
    Highlights:
    Pant
    dazzles
    for
    tourists
    but
    Proteas
    edge
    closer
    to
    series
    triumph
  • Rishabh
    Pant
    becomes
    first
    India
    wicketkeeper
    to
    slam
    Test
    centuries
    in
    England,
    Australia,
    South
    Africa
  • India
    vs
    South
    Africa,
    3rd
    Test:
    Rishabh
    Pant
    slams
    imperious
    100*
    as
    visitors
    set
    a
    target
    of
    212
    for
    Proteas
  • Rahane

    136
    and
    Pujara

    124
    in
    6
    innings
    in
    South
    Africa:
    End
    of
    the
    road
    for
    senior
    India
    batters?

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