India enforced follow-on as South Africa bundled out for 162 on 3rd day of final cricket test

In Cricket, India enforced follow-on after South Africa were bowled out for 162 in their first innings in the third test match at Ranchi. The Proteas, were 22 for 4 in their second innings, when reports last came in.   

The hosts took a first-innings lead of 335 runs, with Umesh Yadav taking three wickets and Mohammad Shami and Shahbaz Nadeem taking two each. 

Earlier today, the visitors resumed their first innings at the overnight score of 9 for 2. India had declared their first innings at 497 for nine yesterday.

The Hindu

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