Proteas

Proteas face massive task

2015-12-06 07:39
Ajinkya Rahane (AFP)

Delhi - India have declared their second innings on 267-5 leaving the Proteas needing 480 to win the fourth Test in Delhi, although a draw would be the more likely Protea target. 

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Kyle Abbot struck early on the fourth morning, when he trapped Indian captain, Virat Kohli leg before wicket for 88 to a ball that kept low.

Wriddhiman Saha joined Ajinkya Rahane (68 not out) as India looked to extend their lead and afford Rahane the chance of a second consecutive century.

Rahane duly obliged, scoring his century off 206 balls with 8 fours and 3 sixes at which point Kohli declared.

LUNCH UPDATE

Proteas 5/1 after 5 overs

Elgar 4

Bavuma 1*

Amla 0* 

Ashwin 1/5

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