India defeat South Africa by innings and 137 runs, win Test series

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A victory for India, already one-up in the three Tests, will see them beat the record of 10-straight home-series wins they share with Australia.

Knowing the superior quality of the catch, the Indian players instantly went up to Saha patted him and then came captain Kohli who even gave the keeper a kiss on his head. India now have 200 points in their kitty, a handsome 140 points away from nearest-rival New Zealand.

Lauding Virat Kohli-led Team India's incredible achievement to register 11 consecutive series wins on home soil, former opener Gautam Gambhir has showered heaps of praise on the current India captain. Theunis de Bruyn followed not long after for 8, nicked off by Umesh Yadav, and once again South Africa were up against it.

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Following a superb effort from the batsmen, it was an all-round effort from India's five-pronged bowling unit with comeback man Umesh Yadav claiming 3 for 22. The 31-year-old is now the leading wicket-taker of the three-match series with 14 scalps at 21.64 followed by teammate Ravindra Jadeja (10) and Mohammed Shami (8).

Maharaj got out after scoring 72 runs whereas Philander remained not-out with 44 runs on board.

Saha who will turn 35 on October 24 has an important assignment in his hands in the second Test match where he is keeping wickets.

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Markram consulted opening partner Dean Elgar but did not review though replays suggested the ball would have missed the stumps. The opener thus had the ignominy of bagging a "pair" in this Test.

India's Wriddhiman Saha is regarded as the best wicket-keeper in the world in terms of efficiency and skills. He showed why he is so highly-rated in world cricket. To his horror, he saw an airborne Saha pull off an acrobatic stunner that left everyone stunned.

However, the ultra defensive tactic didn't work for a lengthy period as Du Plessis got out trying to drive an Ashwin off-break. With the ball lobbing off the batsman's pads, it started to die on Saha before he made the first attempt to catch the ball.

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Ashwin struck again in his next over when Elgar miscued a lofted shot to be caught at mid off for 48.

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