Watch: W0W0W00W0WW! India’s dramatic collapse in Cape Town | Cricket News

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NEW DELHI: India suffered a dramatic collapse, with six wickets falling for no additional runs on the eventful opening day of the second Test against South Africa at Newlands in Cape Town.
Starting at 153-4 after tea, the home team swiftly dismantled India’s batting order, dismissing them for a total of 153 in just 11 deliveries. Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, and Nandre Burger played pivotal roles, each claiming three wickets apiece.
Take a look at the remarkable turn of events as India went from a relatively stable position at 153/4 to a sudden collapse.

33.1 overs: Ngidi to Rahul (out caught behind playing the upper cut). India 153/5
33.2: Ngidi to Jadeja (dot ball defended)
33.3: Ngidi to Jadeja (out caught at gully after failing to keep the ball down). India 153/6
33.4: Ngidi to Bumrah (dot ball manages to block the ball)
33.5: Ngidi to Bumrah (out Bumrah offers a catch to gully after failing to negotiate a steep bounce). India 153/7
33.6: Ngidi to Siraj (dot ball defended)
34.1: Rabada to Kohli (dot ball plays a drive and beaten)
34.2: Rabada to Kohli (out gets an outside edge to the second slip). India 153/8
34.3: Rabada to Prasidh (dot ball plays to the point region)
34.4: Rabada to Prasidh (out non-striker Siraj gets run out while attempting a single after Prasidh sends him back). India 153/9
34.5: Rabada to Prasidh (out tries to push a full delivery and edge taken by Markram at second slip). India 153 all out

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