India in SA

Kallis strikes early on

2013-12-21 12:38
Jacques Kallis (Gallo Images)
Johannesburg - Jacques Kallis with a double-strike in the morning session, provided South Africa with a glimmer of hope as India reached lunch on 358 for six, a lead of 394, on day four of the first Test at the Wanderers on Saturday.

JP Duminy later chipped in with two wickets (2/70) of his own, as he accounted for both Virat Kohli (96) and Ajinkya Rhana (15).

Kallis removed the top scorer of the match Cheteshwar Pujara (153) just as another session seemed to be getting away from the Proteas.

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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