India in SA

India beat SA to square series

2010-12-29 14:06
Ashwell Prince
Ashwell Prince
Durban - India dismissed SA for 215 in their second innings after lunch on Wednesday to win the second Test at Kingsmead by 87 runs and square the series.

Needing 303 to win the match and clinch the series, South Africa resumed the fourth day on 111-3 but Zaheer Khan, Shanthakumaran Sreesanth and Ishant Sharma and Harbhajan Singh all chipped in to leave them in desperate trouble.

The win was sealed when Cheteshwar Pujara ran out Lonwabo Tsotsobe with a fine bit of reflex fielding.

Sreesanth claimed the key wicket of Jacques Kallis for 17 in the eighth over of the day with an inspired delivery that reared up off a good length, as South Africa's leading run-scorer could only fend the ball off his gloves into the gully region.

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