South Africa lead by 73 runs: West Indies scored 251 runs in the first innings
South Africa lead by 73 runs: West Indies scored 251 runs in the first innings; 4/0 in the second innings
The second Test is being played between South Africa and West Indies in Johannesburg. By the end of the second day's play on Friday, South Africa have scored 4 runs in the second innings without losing a wicket. At the same time, West Indies were reduced to 251 runs in the first innings. Earlier on the second day, South Africa lost 3 wickets by adding 9 runs while playing ahead of 311 runs for 7 wickets in their first innings and scored 320 runs in the first innings. By the end of the second day's play, Africa has taken a lead of 73 runs.
Put in to bat in reply to South Africa's 320 in the first innings, West Indies did not get off to a good start. By 51 runs, four West Indies top-order batsmen had returned to the pavilion. West Indies got the initial blow on the score of 1 run. Opener Tegnarayan Chanderpaul was run out in 3.2 overs. After that, Dean Elgar showed the way to the pavilion by catching the ball of Kagiso Rabada on the team's score of 22 runs by captain Kraigg Brathwaite. He scored 17 runs in 42 balls. At the same time, on the score of 28 runs, Jermaine Blackwood was also dismissed after scoring 6 runs in 6 balls. After that Raymo Rafer was also dismissed on the score of 51 runs.
After the departure of the top order, Roston Chase tried to handle the innings. He scored 28 runs off 53 balls. At the same time, Kyle Mayers was also dismissed after scoring 29 runs. For the West Indies, Jason Holder scored the highest 81 runs off 117 balls. He also hit 8 fours and 4 sixes in his innings. Holder first shared a 31-run partnership for the ninth wicket with Kemar Roach (13). After this, he added 58 runs in 83 balls for the last wicket with Gudakesh Moti. He scored his 12th half-century in his Test career.
Coetzee took 3 wickets and Kagiso Rabada took two wickets from South Africa. Apart from this, Vian Mulder took 1 wicket, Simon Harmer took 2 and Keshav Maharaj took 1 wicket.
Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram shared a 76-run partnership in 106 balls in South Africa's first innings. Elgar got out after scoring 42 runs in 54 balls with the help of 7 fours. After this, there was a partnership of 116 runs in 164 balls for the second wicket between Markram and Tony de Georgi. Captain Temba Bavuma was dismissed after scoring 28 runs in 64 balls with the help of 3 fours and the team scored 320 runs.
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