As many as 20 wickets fell on the second day’s play between India and South Africa, on a minefield of a wicket at Nagpur. The South African batsmen seemed to be absolute clowns against the turning ball, as the duo of Ashwin and Jadeja made a mockery out of them. South Africa were bundled out for a paltry 79 in their first innings, and that made it to the record books. Not that India batted any well, as they too were bowled out within 47 overs, giving South Africa a target of 310.
It was a day belonging to the bowlers, and below are the twitter reactions for the second day.
— Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) November 26, 2015
BREAKING: First time in the history of test cricket, there hasn’t been a single 50 score in 3 completed innings in Indian soil! #IndvsSA
— Srini Mama (@SriniMama16) November 26, 2015
What a Test, what a twist….still nothing is clear, who is gonna win this match. Absolutely thrilling. #IndvsSA
— Aalia Rasheed (@aaliaaaliya) November 26, 2015
Why is everyone calling me for a comment – is it a bad wicket #IndvsSA ?
— Jonty Rhodes (@JontyRhodes8) November 26, 2015
Higheat Team Total in this Series: Ind: 215/10 SA: 214/10 Ind: 201/10 Ind: 200/10 SA: 184/10 SA: 109/10 Ind: 80/0 SA: 79/10 #IndvsSA
— Broken Cricket (@BrokenCricket) November 26, 2015
How often two batsmen start the day and end the day together, in different innings? #INDvsSA
— Saurabh Malhotra (@MalhotraSaurabh) November 26, 2015
South Africa started the day at 11-2 and ended it at 32-2. #IndVsSa
— °°Rinda_Ho°° (@Yunii_1) November 26, 2015
— Sanket B Mehta (@sanketbmehta) November 26, 2015
A historic day awaits tomorrow. #INDvsSA
— अंकित (@BeingAnkit_) November 26, 2015
— Dharmil Sanghani (@sanghanidharmil) November 26, 2015
Please don’t prepare a wicket like this for the final test match! Prepare a flat one let batsman enjoy atleast once #IndvsSA
— Austin Charles (@austi07) November 26, 2015
Suddenly this night watchman thing looks very outdated! #indvssa
— SHASHIDHARAN (@shashidharan92) November 26, 2015