Cape Town Test: India all out for 223 even as Kohli stands tall

A FOUR-WICKET burst from Kagiso Rabada in his 50th Test pegged India back on Day 1 of the third Test match against South Africa at Newlands Cricket Ground in Cape Town on Tuesday (11) as the visitors were all out for 223 runs.
In reply, the home team batted for eight overs and lost their captain Dean Elgar, the hero of the second Test in Johannesburg, who was picked by Jasprit Bumrah for three runs. Aiden Markram was unbeaten on eight while night-watchman Keshav Maharaj was batting on six as South Africa ended the day at 17 for 1, trailing the opponents by 206 runs.

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