Tristan Stubbs becomes only 2nd player in history to achieve unwanted feat on forgettable Test debut

Cape Town, a venue famous rather infamous for not being good to batters, especially in Test cricket showcased the same as both India and South Africa struggled on Day 1 of the series decider at Newlands. Not just the home team, which won the toss and chose to bat first, but even the Indians struggled even though the score in front of them was just 55. Apart from Virat Kohli, no other Indian batter offered any resistance as they were too skittled out for 153 before South Africa batted again and lost three wickets and are still 36 runs behind.

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