Updated January 4th, 2024 at 15:07 IST
IND vs SA: Extremely rare instance occurs on field, you would have to see it to believe it
The incident occurred on Day 2 during South Africa's second innings when Mohammed Siraj was bowling to Aiden Markram.
IND vs SA: India and South Africa are currently locking horns against each other in the second Test of their two-match series in Cape Town. The first day of the match saw a total of 23 wickets fall - 13 from the South African camp and 10 from the Indian camp. South Africa resumed their second innings batting on Day 2 at a score of 62/3 with Aiden Markram and David Bedingham on strike.
3 things you need to know
- South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first in Cape Town
- India bowled the Proteas out for just 55 runs in the first innings
- India then posted 153 in their first innings with Kohli hitting 46
IND vs SA: Rare moment occurs on the field
In an extremely rare instance, Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was involved in a misfield during the second Test match between India and South Africa. The incident occurred on Day 2 during South Africa's second innings when Mohammed Siraj was bowling to Aiden Markram.
Markram cut away a delivery to the third man, where Jadeja sprints and puts in a dive to save the boundary. However, Jadeja accidentally pushed the ball across the boundary pads in an attempt to scoop it back. The moment was captured on video camera.
Note, that Jadeja did not play the first Test match against South Africa due to injury concerns. He was ruled out because of a back spasm. Ashwin played in place of Jadeja in the opening Test.
As far as the match is concerned, India bowled beatifully on Day 2 with Jasprit Bumrah taking a five-wicket haul. However, Aiden Markram struck back with a classy century following a dropped catch from KL Rahul that gave him a second chance.
Published January 4th, 2024 at 15:07 IST