(Video) Elgar, van der Dussen steady South Africa in steep chase

Elgar

Aryan Surana

It was another action-packed session where eight wickets fell and 117 runs were scored in Centurion. The early exit of Aiden Markram and the wicket of Keegar Petersen gave India the advantage after they set South Africa 305. It's a steep climb for South Africa, much like India who might be racing against time to bowl out the hosts amidst the rain threat in the remaining part of the game. Dean Elgar is, as always, grafting for runs and keeping his team in the hunt. The Proteas captain has stitched a 31-run stand along with Rassie van der Dussen.