Unofficial test: India reached 125 on the 2nd day before Stumps.©Twitter

India A gave a cautious to the 7 people and 509 people of South Africa A because they ended the second day of the unofficial test of the opening ceremony with a ratio of 125 people on Wednesday. Captain Priyank Panchal and Abhimanyu Easwaran hit the ball with 45 and 27 strokes respectively. The opening game Prithvi Shaw (45 goals, 48 ​​goals) looked ominous before India A’s 14th inning of the first game was eliminated.

He hit nine four-pointers when he knocked on the door. The Indian team, which faces 33 games on Wednesday, is 384 behind in the four-day match.

Earlier, the South African A batter continued to dominate the Indian A pitcher as the home team added 166 points 45.3 points, and then announced their first game of 509 points and 7 points from 135.3 points.

The South African team recovered three points with 343 points. When he lost to Navdeep Saini earlier in the day, his 157 points in one night could only increase by 6 points.

On the first day, 51-year-old Smith did not get out of the stump. He only added one more run to become the victim of Arzan Nagvaswara. But the duo of wicketkeeper batsers Sinthemba Qeshile (82 not out) and George Linde (51 years old) added 102 points to the sixth wicket with 27.2 points, which made the Indian bowlers fearless.


On the first day of Tuesday, the Indian bowlers had a difficult time on the court, as Pieter Malan and Tony de Zorzi scored centuries to raise the South African A team to 343 with 90 points and 3 points. After choosing bowling, India A won two early wickets before Malan and Zorzi (117), and shared a 217-run stand for the third wicket, putting South Africa A in a strong position.

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Brief score:South Africa A: 509 is 7, announced in 135.3 (Pieter Malan 163, Tony de Zorzi 117; Navdeep Saine 2/67, Arzan Nagwaswalla 2/75). India A: 125 points and 33 points (Prithvi Shaw 48, Priyank Panchal 45 hits the ball).

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