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India on top with early strikes

Published: Wednesday, February 17, 2010, 12:29 [IST]
 
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India on top with early strikes

Kolkata: South Africans were 115/3 in their 2nd innings, trailing India by 232 runs before bad light and rain ended the day's play. Amla remained unbeaten on 49.

Earlier, Amit Mishra claims the wicket of South Africa skipper Graeme Smith with his first delivery on day four in the second and final Test at the Eden Gardens, in Kolkata here on Wednesday.

South Africa were 39 for one at Lunch on Day4 after 14 overs in their second innings, with Alviro Petersen on 17 from 41 deliveries and Hashim Amla (0)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test - Scorecard

South Africa who lead the series 1-0 need another 308 runs to avoid an innings defeat.

In reply to South Africa's 296 all out, India declared their first innings on 643 for six with a record partnership from VVS Laxman and India skipper MS Dhoni, who had hit centuries apiece

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