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The world is addicted to selfie, and mainly the young generation are involved in this addiction. This selfie addiction has once again reached in the cricket field as a fan entered in the cricket field on the day three of Visakhapatnam Test and took a selfie.
Indian captain and vice-captain were busy in planning when the fan broke the security
That incident happened during the second session of day three of the ongoing Visakhapatnam Test between India and South Africa. The visiting batsmen are frustrating the Indian bowlers on this crucial day. Indian captain Virat Kohli and Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane were busy to discuss with the experienced Indian pacer Ishant Sharma. At that time, a fan broke the security and ran onto the field, met with Kohli and then took a selfie. Soon, Rahane politely moved the fan off the field.
In recent times, cricket has seen some pitch invaders. Some of them were selfie addicted as they were desperate to catch that moment through the selfie. On Friday (4th October) afternoon, we experienced a similar incident.
South Africans are replying strongly
With the help of big scores by the Indian openers, the hosts set the first innings total of 502/7 before their declaration. Mayank Agarwal scored 215 runs while Rohit Sharma scored 176 runs.
In reply, South Africa were struggling at the end of day two when they were battling on 39/3. However, the visitors have responded strongly on day three. At the tea break of day three of this Test match, South Africa were batting on 292/5.
Opener Dean Elgar has smashed a solid century and he is guiding the team to the strong reply. While the other top-orders struggled hugely, experienced middle-order batsmen have provided good supports to Elgar.
At the tea break, Elgar was batting on 133 runs while the wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock was not out on 69 runs. Also, the captain Faf du Plessis scored 55 runs before the Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed him.