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18:40  21 october  2019
18:40  21 october  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

Ashwin makes crucial breakthrough as India press home advantage over South Africa

  Ashwin makes crucial breakthrough as India press home advantage over South Africa India took another step towards wrapping up their Test series against South Africa by bowling the tourists out for 275 on day three.The Proteas started Saturday on 36-3 and were all out for 275 in their first innings by the close of play, still 326 runs behind the hosts in Pune.

That was the description - probably endorsed by many disgruntled Proteas enthusiasts - from former national captain Kepler Wessels of South Africa’s strategy during But the result still meant that the Proteas , courtesy of a lackadaisical, frankly unprofessional last few days in the country, left it nursing

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South African Test captain Faf du Plessis has been slammed by his former captain Graeme Smith after his attempts to reverse his nightmare luck at the coin toss.

a man throwing a baseball on a field: The toss saga was the latest disappointment in what has turned into a horror tour for the Proteas© AAP The toss saga was the latest disappointment in what has turned into a horror tour for the Proteas Du Plessis had lost his previous 10 coin tosses heading into the third Test against India in Ranchi, and attempted to reverse the trend by getting teammate Temba Bavuma to call the toss for him.

However, the ploy did not work, with India once again winning the toss and piling on 497 runs in the first innings, and Smith was left less than impressed with du Plessis' actions.

India wrap up series win with record thrashing of Proteas

  India wrap up series win with record thrashing of Proteas South Africa were bowled out for only 189 in their second innings on the penultimate day, slumping to their heaviest loss against India.Virat Kohli enforced the follow-on at the start of the penultimate day after the Proteas were bowled out for 275 in their first innings on Saturday in reply to 601-5 declared.

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"It was a quirky moment, but for me, it was a little bit pathetic," Smith said on commentary for Star Sports.

"It just shows the mindset of the South African side. I didn't enjoy seeing that. I would rather see the South Africa captain stand there, own his position.

Proteas opener Aiden Markram to miss third India Test with self-inflicted wrist injury

  Proteas opener Aiden Markram to miss third India Test with self-inflicted wrist injury South Africa revealed Aiden Markram had fractured his wrist having "lashed out at a solid object" after being dismissed for a pair in Pune.The 25-year-old was dismissed for a pair in Pune as the Proteas crashed to an innings-and-137-run loss in the second Test last week.

But why did the Proteas lose another group game they should have won? There are various reasons for this . If the Proteas hope to get through this critical phase of the tournament they need to regroup and work on a clear gameplan. If the team can develop and execute its game plan, they will get good

Former South African captain and all-rounder Johan Botha has represented Proteas in 5 Tests, 78 One Day Internationals and 40 T20Is after making his debut against India in 2005 in Hyderabad. The ex T20 skipper of South Africa says he loves his current city (Sydney) and looks forward to spending

"You know, they are looking at the wrong places for the reasons they have lost the game. Unfortunately, they haven't played well enough.

"Yes, winning the toss in the sub-continent is a nice thing to do, but if you play well enough, you can still compete."

The poor run of luck at the coin toss is the least of du Plessis' problems in a tour that has turned into somewhat of a horror show for the Proteas.

a baseball player holding a racket: Rohit Sharma's double-century ground South Africa's bowlers into the dirt at Ranchi on day two© AAP Rohit Sharma's double-century ground South Africa's bowlers into the dirt at Ranchi on day two Following the retirements of stalwarts such as AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn, South Africa has struggled overseas in recent times, and has been well and truly second-best to Virat Kohli's side in the current Test series.

After losing the first two Tests by 203 runs and an innings and 137 runs, respectively, India's first innings left the Proteas staring down the barrel of a whitewash.

Rohit Sharma continued his resurgence in Test cricket since being installed at the top of the order, slamming his first Test double-century, while Ajinkya Rahane also added a first-innings century.

India rubbed salt into South Africa's wounds in the back end of it's innings with tailender Umesh Yadav slamming five sixes in 10 deliveries before Kohli's declaration.

Perth man slapped with $60 fine for parking Hilux in cousin's driveway .
A woman from Perth's south east has been left fuming after her brother was slapped with a $60 fine for parking in the driveway of his cousin's home for five to 10 minutes. The sister of the dual cab driver told 9News he had copped a $60 infringement after dropping their cousin home from school on October 23."He was dumbfounded, annoyed and angry. He got no warning, no-one knocked and asked him to move, he only got the fine," she told 9News.She said Byford driveways are too small for 4WDs and there was no street parking available."I have heard of a few people fined for the same thing or a similar thing.

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