South Africa vs India: Twitter Debates Rishabh Pant’s Catch To Dismiss Rassie Van Der Dussen | Cricket News

With India desperately needing a breakthrough on Day 2 of the ongoing second Test against South Africa in Johannesburg, Shardul Thakur was introduced into the attack by India’s stand-in skipper KL Rahul, and the former didn’t take much to weave his magic, taking three wickets before the lunch break. However, the dismissal of Rassie van der Dussen, who departed at the stroke of lunch, caught the eyes of the cricketing fraternity. Thakur had bowled a back-of-a-length delivery that had pitched outside off, and van der Dussen was caught on the crease, edging one behind for Pant, who dived forwards to take a catch.

While van der Dussen walked straightway, many thought that Pant took a bumped catch, and the ball had bounced.

Here’s how the cricket fraternity reacted:

After bowling out the visitors for 202 on Day 1, South African batters are putting up a strong fight against the Indian bowlers.

Despite losing Aiden Markram ahead of Stumps on Day 1, skipper Dean Elgar and Keegan Petersen made sure that the Proteas didn’t lose any more wickets before the close of the day’s play.

South Africa resumed their innings at an overnight score of 35/1, and Elgar and Petersen batted with the same grit and determination on Day 2, adding 74 runs for the second wicket.

However, Thakur’s exploits have got India back in the mix on Day 2.

The visitors lead the three-match series 1-0, having won the first Test in Centurion by 113 runs.


The third and final Test will be played at the Newlands in Cape Town from January 11-15.

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