India regain control of 2nd Test against South Africa after 23 wickets fall on Day 1 in Cape Town

Ball and bowlers dominated the opening day of the series decider between India and South Africa at Newlands in Cape Town. The records were shattered, batters apart from two didn’t know what was happening, and the Test match moved forward rather quickly with the result possible on the second day. As many as 23 wickets fell on Wednesday, January 3, but the visitors will be the happier of the two teams at stumps given they have South Africa three down in the second innings, who still have a 36-run deficit to cover.

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