Mayank Agarwal had played his shots confidently, having scored all his four boundaries so far off Kagiso Rabada. However, Duanne Olivier bowled a peach that he could he not have done much about. The ball jagged back from the deck as Mayank shouldered arms, rapping him on the pads plumb to leave India in a spot of bother at 44/2. Short effort balls were the go-to weapon for the South African pacers in front of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, who ended the day on 35 and 11 respectively with India having secured a lead of 58 runs.
❌ DAY 2 | STUMPS— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) January 4, 2022
Marco Jansen (1/18) and Duanne Olivier (1/22) grabbed 2nd innings wickets as @BCCI ended the day on 85/2, with a lead of 58 runs.#SAvIND #FreedomTestSeries #BetwayTestSeries #BePartOfIt pic.twitter.com/aoUTaYOGMq