IND vs SA: The Indian cricket team has once again failed to win the Test series in South Africa. In the last and decisive Test match, South Africa defeated India by 7 wickets. Due to which Africa also won this Freedom Series by 2-1. In this series, India has been troubled a lot by the fast bowlers of South Africa. In front of the fast bowlers of South Africa, the Indian batsmen were seen to be a little faded. In such a situation, if anyone has influenced the most in the bowling unit of South Africa, then it is Moscow Jansen (Marco Yansen).
Moscow Jenson Becomes “Villain” For Indian Fans
21-year-old fast young bowler Moscow Jensen has taken a total of 19 wickets in 3 Test matches played in this series. Due to which he has played a very important role in the victory of his team. He has put Indian batsmen in a lot of trouble with his fast-paced deliveries throughout this series. Let us tell you that in the Centurion Test, Yanson played the first match for Africa and he took only one wicket in the first innings of his first Test match.
But in the second innings, Jensen impressed everyone with his brilliant performance, he took 4 wickets in the second innings giving only 55 runs. This made everyone realize the true potential of Moscow Jenson.
Jenson’s magic works in Johannesburg and Cape Town
Marco Yanson wreaked havoc in the second test match played in Johannesburg. Jenson won the hearts of everyone with his economical bowling by taking four wickets in the first innings and three in the second innings. which ledIn the second test match, he managed to bowl India out for less runs in both the innings.
After this, Jenson’s performance in the Test match played in Cape Town was similar. While bowling in Cape Town, Jenson took 3 for 55 in the first innings and 4 for 36 in the second innings. Due to which South Africa managed to register a big win against India in Cape Town. Marco Jensen made his name all over the world by taking 7-7 wickets in the last two matches of the series.
Along with this, the average and strike rate of Jenson’s bowling in the series was also amazing. He has bowled very lethally against India at an average of 16.47 and strike rate of 32.6. He has led his team in the game by taking wickets at the right time in the series.