IND vs SA 3rd Test: South Africa warned India before the third test, said this directly to captain Virat

IND vs SA 3rd Test: The third match of the three-Test series between India and South Africa will be played on January 11 in Cape Town. Before that, African captain Dean Elgar has warned India. He will leave no stone unturned to win this series. Let us tell you that by winning this match, both the teams will try to capture the series. India has a golden chance to create history by winning this match. So far, Team India has not won a single Test series on South African soil. In the third match, Indian players will take to the field with the intention of creating history.

African captain Dean Elgar warns India

The third match of the series will be played on January 11 in Cape Town. Both the teams would like to win this match and capture the series. Same South African captain dean elgar Dean Elgar gave his team victory by playing an unbeaten 96 in the second innings. South Africa captain Dean Elgar believes the Wanderers win against India is a step in the right direction for his team and despite room for improvement, the hosts will not change their strategy much before the final Test.

South Africa captain Dean Elgarle leaves no stone unturned to win the third Test. He believes that with this victory, the Indian team will be full of enthusiasm in the final Test. Dean Elgarle said that we have to pay more attention to him before the Cape Town Test. We will enter the field with new strategies in front of India. Team India has a chance to make a comeback. Which we will not give them in any case.

IND vs SA 3rd Test: Indian team will create history in Cape Town ,

Virat Kohli

India has a golden chance to create history by winning this match. So far, Team India has not won a single Test series on South African soil. Virat’s army will not want to lose this opportunity. If we talk about the matches played on this ground, then India has played a total of 5 matches on this ground, in which the team has lost three, while two matches have been drawn. But bypassing these figures, the Indian team will write a new history on the soil of South Africa. At present, the Test series is tied at 1-1. The team winning the match to be played on January 11 will capture the three-match Test series.