South Africa have been falling apart on the final day at Centurion, with Mohammed Siraj getting Quinton de Kock to chop on and Mohammed Shami having Wian Mulder edging behind. Temba Bavuma, however, is holding fort for South Africa after the departure of sheet-anchor Dean Elgar off Jasprit Bumrah. The hosts head into Lunch at 182/7, requiring 123 to get over the line. South Africa need to bat out the remaining 73 overs in order to salvage a draw. India are likely to walk away with a win but there could be a twist in the tale.
ðŸ”¨ HAMMER BLOW FOR SOUTH AFRICA ðŸ”¨
ðŸ‡¿ðŸ‡¦ De Kock (21) drags Siraj onto his stumps as the Proteas tumble to 161-6 in their pursuit of 305 for victory in first #SAvIND Test
ðŸ‡®ðŸ‡³ India four wickets away from a 1-0 series lead
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) December 30, 2021