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West Indies 196/3 beat India 192/2 by 7 wickets






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IND vs SA, 3rd Test, Kanpur: India crush South Africa by eight wickets to level series (1:1)

India win by 8 wickets in the third and final Test against South Africa at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur.
With this win, Team India have levelled the Future Cup series and retained their position in the ICC Test rankings. Harbhajan Singh was declared Man of the Series for picking an amazing haul of 19 wickets in the series.
Playing their second innings, South Africa were cheaply bowled out for 121-all out on Day 3 of the third Test. Spinner Harbhajan took a four wicket haul, while Virender Sehwag struck three vital wickets leaving Indian batsmen to chase a measly 62 run target to win the match and level the series.
Opening India's second innings play on a bouncy wicket on Day 3, Sehwag scored a quickfire 22 in 12 balls, with two huge sixes off Paul Harris. Sourav Ganguly on 13 and Dravid on 18 runs remained unbeaten at the end of play.
Earlier, replying to the Proteas' first innings total of 265-all out, India put up an aggregate of 325 runs taking a lead of 60 runs. Ganguly top scored playing a handsome knock of 87 runs, with VVS Laxman giving him company in the top scorers with a 33rd Test fifty. The Bengal Tiger was rightly adjudged Man of the Match.
IND vs SA, 3rd Test, Kanpur: India 325 & 64-2 beat South Africa 265 & 121 by eight wickets

IND vs SA, 2nd Test, Ahmedabad, Day 3: South Africa wrap up emphatic win in three days (1:0)

South Africa defeated India by an innings and 90 runs in the second test Saturday. South Africa took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series after the opening test ended in a draw.
This is South Africa's 4th win on Indian soil. Smith and his men today (April 5) morning declared on their overnight total of 494 for 7 - having taken a massive lead of 418 runs at stumps on day 2.
It was always going to be a herculean task for the Indian batsmen and rather disappointingly the Indian top order failed to show the application required.
Ntini, Morkel and Kallis combined to reduce India to 70 for 3. Laxman was next to fall after scoring 35 runs. Ganguly and Dhoni did offer some resistance adding 110 runs for the 5th wicket, but all hopes of a miracle began to vanish after Ganguly was sent back for 87 runs by Dale Steyn.
Dhoni too chipped in with a fighting fifty but the massive South African first innings lead of 418 runs proved too much for the Indians as they were bowled out. AB De Villier was declared the Man of the Match for his double century.
IND vs SA, 2nd Test, Ahmedabad, Day 3: South Africa 494-7d beat India 76 & 338 by an inns & 90 runs

IND vs SA, 1st Test, Chennai: South Africa draw with India in first test

The first Test between India and South Africa ended in a tame draw at Chennai on Sunday.
It was a match that the bowlers would like to erase from their memory as quickly as possible. South Africa ended their second innings at 331/5 with Neil McKenzie remaining unbeaten on 155. For India, Harbhajan Singh took eight wickets in the match off an astonishing 78.5 overs.
Earlier, Neil McKenzie continued to frustrate the Indian bowlers as he moved past 150. Scored in 313 balls, McKenzie´┐Żs 150 was starred with 13 boundaries and a massive six.
The last day of the Chennai Test started with South Africa resuming their second innings from an overnight score of 131 for 1. With Neil McKenzie batting on 59 and Hashim Amla looking compact as ever on 35, a result in the match looked like a distant possibility unless either of the teams produced a miracle. The pitch at the MA Chidambaram Stadium did not have any significant help for the bowlers on the first four days and was not expected to behave any different on day five.
IND vs SA, 1st Test, Chennai, Day 5: South Africa 540 & 331-5 drew with India 627

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.