South Africa have kept India to 287 for 6. At one stage, with a set Rishabh Pant on the charge, it looked like India would get over 320 with the platform set for late fireworks. However, quick wickets and the middle order being unable to get going hurt the tourists. However, South Africa once again couldn’t find an answer for Shardul Thakur’s pyrotechnics towards the end who added 48 runs for the 7th wicket with R Ashwin, following up from his half-century in the first ODI to remain unbeaten on 40.
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