India displayed a magnificent bowling performance as they bowled South Africa out for 194 in the second day of the third and final Test.

While South Africa lead the Indian team by seven runs, India would like to consolidate and put some runs on the board.

Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar shared eight wicket between the two of them as Bumrah claimed his maiden Test five-wicket haul. After Amla departed for 61, the tail-enders held the fort and scored some quick runs. Apart from Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami picked one wicket apiece. The pitch provided a lot of assistance to the bowlers as they left the South African batsmen struggling.

Earlier, on a wicket that promised good carry and bounce for the faster bowlers, India won the toss and surprisingly elected to bat to find only three of their batsmen — Cheteshwar Pujara (50), skipper Virat Kohli (54) and Bhuvneshwar (30) — reach double figures. For the Proteas, it was a collective effort from the likes of Morne Morkel (2/47), Vernon Philander (2/31), Kagiso Rabada (3/39), Lungisani Ngidi (1/27) and Andile Phehlukwayo (2/25). It was once again a disappointing story for the Indian batsmen, barring Kohli and Pujara who struck contrasting fifties to bail out the team from another dismal start which saw the opening duo of Murali Vijay (8) and Lokesh Rahul (0) succumbing with just 13 runs on the board.