After a fruitless first hour, South Africa finally taste success as promising young seamer Marco Jansen got the better of Indian opener Mayank Agarwal. A full delivery going away proved too hard to resist for and Mayank as he got lured into a drive. The extra bounce from Jansen resulted in an outside edge through to the keeper, leaving India 36 for 1. Cheteshwar Pujara walks in and would be keen to get some runs under his belt after a horror outing in Centurion.
💥 EDGED AND GONE! 💥
South Africa make the breakthrough just after drinks on day one of the second Test against India, Jansen removing Agarwal – it’s 36-1.
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) January 3, 2022
1st wicket of the Test match, taken by Marco Jansen!!
He breaks the opening partnership, seeing the back of Mayank Agarwal. #SAvIND #INDvsSA #KLRahul #2ndTest #RahulDravid #ViratKohlipic.twitter.com/jlmBMvFNyj
— OneCricket (@OneCricketApp) January 3, 2022