India vs South Africa Boxing Day Test, Day 4 Live Score Updates: India in control


India’s bowler Mohammed Shami reacts after taking a career 200th Test wickets, during the third day of the Test Cricket match between South Africa and India at Centurion Park in Pretoria, South Africa, Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2021. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

Pure fast bowling is pure thrill. Bowlers howling in, the ball bursting out of their palms, bristling off the deck past the startled eyes of batsmen and smacking into the ’keeper’s gloves. Batsmen gasp, spectators heave. Few spectacles in the game can instinctively set the pulse raising and the hair stand on the end as a fast bowler operating at his peak. At SuperSport Park on Tuesday, it was a common sight. The chief narrative of the series was built around the duel of two supreme fast-bowling sides, and after a batsmen-centric first day, high-class fast bowling packs on both sides took centre-stage. As many as 18 wickets fell, pacers accounting for all of them. (READ FULL STORY)

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