As it happened: Virat Kohli opted to enforce the follow-on this morning and India have cleaned up South Africa in just 67.2 overs in the second innings. It’s also a world record 11th consecutive home series win for India. It was a truly combined bowling performance by the side as all the bowlers chipped in with wickets. On Day 3, the South African top order was blown away, there was resistance from Faf du Plessis, but the relentless Indian bowlers kept at it and reduced the visitors to 162 for 8 before Keshav Maharaj and Vernon Philander, combined to frustrate India with a stubborn and defiant ninth-wicket partnership of 109 runs. This could well have warded off an innings defeat, but their task will still be cut out on day 4 and day 5.
India vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 3 As it happened: India bowled out South Africa for 275 to take a massive 326-run first innings lead on day three of the second Test. The Umpires declared end of day’s play immediately after Kagiso Rabada was trapped in front of wicket by spinner R Ashwin. South Africa began the day at 36 for three but a rearguard action through Keshav Maharaj (72) and Vernon Philander (44) helped them cross the 250-run mark. Faf du Plessis also contributed 64 runs in the Proteas’ fight. Ashwin (4/69) and Umesh Yadav (3/37) shared seven wickets between them.
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India vs South Africa Day 2 As it happened: Nortje safely negotiates the final ball of Jadeja and that will stumps on Day 2. South Africa have crawled their way to 36 for 3. What a day it has been for India. They piled up 601 after opting to bat first. Captain Virat Kohli scored his 26th century, converted that into his 7th double ton before finally deciding to declare the innings after Jadeja’s wicket, who too scored 91. When it was their turn with the ball, Umesh Yadav gave India a dream start by removing both the South African openers early. Mohammed Shami too joined in the act with the wicket of Temba Bavuma.
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Day 1 As it happened: Bad light has stopped play in Pune and the players are making their way back into the pavilion. Faf du Plessis isn’t happy with the decision and he is still talking with umpire Nigel Llong. India end the day at 273/3 in 85.1 overs. Virat Kohli remains unbeaten on 63 while his deputy Ajinkya Rahane end the day at 18*. This after Mayank Agarwal hit his second Test century to anchor the innings before being dismissed by Kagiso Rabada, who scalped all three wickets in the day.
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Highlights: Australia bowled out New Zealand for 157 in 244-run chase as they beat the Kiwis by 86 runs to maintain top spot in the table. Mitchell Starc starred with the bowling attack, picking up five wickets. He dismissed Lockie Ferguson, Ish Sodhi, Kane Williamson and Tom Latham. Earlier, Trent Boult took a hat-trick as Australia posted 243/9 in 50 overs.
As it happened: Imad Wasim helped Pakistan snatch victory from the jaws of defeat as his 54-ball 49 helped them beat Afghanistan by three wickets. Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Mohammed Nabi scalped two wickets each for Afghanistan but skipper Gulbadin Naib’s 46th over cost them the game as the pacer went for 18 runs in the over. Earlier, Shaheen Afridi claimed four wickets to restrict minnows Afghanistan to a modest 227 for nine from 50 overs. Asghar Afghan and Ikram Ali khil built a 64-run stand before Afghan was cleaned up by leg-spinner Shadab Khan for 42. Wicketkeeper-batsman Alikhil (24) holed out to left-arm spinner Imad Wasim but Najibullah Zadran’s scored a patient 54-ball 42 to take the Afghans past the 200-mark. Afridi returned to remove Zadran and Rashid Khan to finish as pick of the Pakistan bowlers with 4-47.
Highlights Sri Lanka vs South Africa, ICC World Cup 2019: Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla built a 175 run partnership as they helped their side to a massive 9-run win over Sri Lanka. Faf remained unbeaten on 96, while Amla scored an unbeaten 80. Lasith Malinga knocked down Quinton de Kock’s with a beautiful yorker which remained Proteas’ only loss. Earlier, Dwaine Pretorius and Chris Morris struck thrice, Chris Morris and Kagiso Rabada took two while JP Duminy and Andile Phehlukwayo got one wicket each as Sri Lanka were all out for 203 against South Africa.
As it happened: India continue their unbeaten run in the tournament with their 125-run win over two-time champions West Indies. Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni slammed respective half-centuries to take India’s score to 268/7 in 50 overs. Windies were blown away by the pace of Mohammed Shami who ended the match with four wickets. Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal scalped two wickets each while Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav ended with one wicket each.
New Zealand vs Pakistan highlights: Babar Azam slammed his 10th ODI ton to help Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets. Not to forget the contribution of Haris Sohail to stitched a glorious stand with Babar. Earlier, New Zealand ended their innings at 237/6 in 50 overs. Neesham scored 97* and Colin de Grandhomme chipped in with a handy 64. Shaheen Afridi was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as he ended with figures of 3/28.
UP Board 10th result 2019 will be declared tomorrow, April 27. Candidates are advised to keep their admit card ready. UP Board hall ticket has roll number, registration number and date of birth of the candidate that will be required to login to download results.
UP Board 10th result 2019 : Candidates are advised to keep their admit card ready. UP Board hall ticket has roll number, registration number and date of birth of the candidate that will be required to login to download results.