Dean Elgar openly challenged the Indian team

IND vs SA: Indian Cricket Team Currently South Africa is on tour, at present the 3-match Test series between India and South Africa (IND vs SA) is going on. Tomorrow i.e. on Tuesday, the third Test match between India and South Africa is going to start at the Newlands ground in Cape Town. The series is tied at 1-1 after 2 Tests, but before the 3rd Test, South Africa’s captain Dean Elgar (Dean Elgar) has given a challenging statement to India.

Indian batsmen will be troubled by bouncers

left handed batsman and South Africa team Captain Din Elgar has warned India ahead of the third test match. Elgar said that

“India’s road will not be easy in the Cape Town Test. Indian batsmen have to be ready to play bouncers. The third Test is very important for us. If we play here like Johannesburg Test, then it is certain that we will win the third Test.

Elgar had won the second test match

Dean Elgar
Dean Elgar praised his fast bowlers and said that fast bowling is the biggest weapon of our team. In Cape Town, we will trouble the Indian batsmen with bouncers. Elgar is confident that he will win the Test series by defeating India in the third Test.

It is worth noting that Dean Elgar played an important innings of 96 runs in the second test match to win the South African team. In this match, a target of 240 runs was given for South Africa to win, during his innings many balls hit his body and Elgar also appeared in pain but Elgar remained in the field and won the pavilion only after his team won. returned.

Team India did not win a single test match in Cape Town


For your information, let us tell you that the series of 3 Test matches is currently tied at 1-1. In the first Test which was played in Centurion, India defeated the South African team in a unilateral manner. But after this a spectacular comeback was made by South Africa in the second Test match played in Johannesburg and South Africa won the match on the fourth day itself. Now the deciding match of this Test series will be played in Cape Town tomorrow i.e. on Tuesday.

India has not won a single match in Cape Town in its 30-year history, but the Indian cricket team has the ability to create any upset at any time. It will be interesting to see how Team India responds to South Africa’s challenge.