How to watch the Rugby World Cup Quarter Finals: Live stream every game online for free Agarwal continued his sublime form at the top of the order adding another hundred in the second Test at Pune. In reply, the Proteas were bowled out for in the first innings, with only skipper Faff du Plessis and tail-ender Keshav Maharaj putting up any resistance with a half centuries.
The match will provide the hosts with a chance to wrap up the three-Test rubber and break the record for registering the maximum number of consecutive Test series wins at home. But memories of the Test against Australia here, where India lost by runs and the match ended in three days, are bound to haunt Kohli and Co.
The opener walks back after collecting a pair. Looked going down but Markram decided against reviewing and has to leave. Well, stay tuned to find out more!
Another Test series win, in fact a world record 11th consecutive Test series win at home. There were no demons in the pitch even on Day 4 as it held on perfectly but India's bowling was out of this world. Pacers steamed in with venom and contributed as much as the spinners.
R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja were equally impressive. India's catching at slip and Wriddhiman Saha's wicket-keeping was fantastic and last but not the least, Indian batters did the job before bowlers took over.
Mayank Agarwal was the first to impress with his century but then came the record double hundred from Virat Kohli. India now sit comfortably on top of World Test Championship table and have become a unit which no team would want to face.
After this fantastic win, it's time for the players to take some rest and time for us to bid good bye, for now. The third Test begins on 19 October and will be played in Ranchi.