India in SA

Proteas face mammoth task

2013-12-21 14:23
Jacques Kallis (AP Photo)
Johannesburg - India were bowled out for 421 -- setting an imposing target of 458 for South Africa to win -- after lunch on day four of the first Test at the Wanderers on Saturday.

Dhoni was out slashing hard and caught at deep point by substitute fielder Dean Elgar on the boundary leaving India on 384/8.

With the score on 358, Duminy struck again as he had Rahane caught at first slip by Graeme Smith with the second ball of his over.

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