SA vs IND: Watch - Umpire Marais Erasmus gave a hilarious warning to Team India during Johannesburg Test


India beat South Africa in the first Test at Centurion but the scenes at Johannesburg has not been the same. Having a look at the match, the stand-in skipper KL Rahul won the toss and decided to bat.

He scored fifty in the first innings of India and Ravichandran Ashwin also contributed well by coming down the order and scoring 46 runs for his team. With some decent contributions from the fellow cricketers.

Team India posted 202 runs and have been bowled out by the opposition. South Africa in their first innings, got some decent contribution in the middle-order. Keegan Petersen and Temba Bavuma scored 62 and 51 runs respectively and helped their side to post 229 runs on the board.

With 17 runs trail, India once again went out to bat but didn't get enough support from the openers. However, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane played a career-saving inning of 53 and 58 runs respectively.

Summary of the second Test between South Africa vs India:

Ind vs Sa - Kagiso Rabada

Hanuma Vihari remained unbeaten on 40 runs, as India ended up their innings by posting 266 runs on the board. It was a low total posted by the visitors but they fought well. In the end, Dean Elgar took the charge himself and finished the match by scoring 96 runs with the help of 10 fours.

Now both the teams will battle it out in the third Test which is scheduled to play at the Newlands in Cape Town on 11th January, Tuesday. During the match, the on-field umpire Marais Erasmus hilariously warned the Indian players and said, "You guys are giving me bloody heartache every over."

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After losing the match against South Africa, KL Rahul said, "Every Test match we play, we want to win, we go out there and compete hard, but South Africa played really well and deserved this victory.

We were looking to get on the field today, try and do something special, 122 to get, the pitch was playing up and down, we had a good chance, but their batters played really well.

If I want to be harsh, the first innings total of 202 was at least 50-60 runs short, we should have scored more and put them under pressure," KL Rahul was quoted as same as in Cricbuzz.

After that, the skipper of South Africa Dean Elgar has also shared a few words and claimed, "I don't know what's the right or wrong way in winning a cricket match, but it's all about doing the basics right. We ticked a lot of boxes right to make it 1-1.

We now go to Cape Town with plenty of confidence - it wasn't easy, the batters were determined. but credit to our bowlers, the effort they put in was very impressive."

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