Mohammad Siraj clashed with Dean Elgar in India vs South Africa, KL Rahul and umpire came to the rescue: VIDEO
In this second test match, there are many issues and clashes happen, at last, it ends with the clash between Dean Elgar and Mohammad Siraj.
At last South Africa beat India in the 2nd Second test and win it with 7 wickets, South Africa leveled the three-match series 1-1.
During this match, there was a lot of heat and heat between the players of both the teams, the clash between Jasprit Bumrah and Marco Jansen.
Umpire and captain KL Rahul intervened in between these players
Heating argument between Mohammad Siraj and South African captain Dean Elgar starts in the 65th over of South Africa’s innings.
After heavy rain on the fourth day of the Johannesburg Test, when the game started in the last session,
Team India hoped that their bowlers would take advantage of this condition and put pressure on South Africa. But the South African batsmen did not give any chance.
Dean Elgar took on Mohammad Siraj in the 65th over of the innings. And hit four fours in his over.
After this, Siraj became very angry and clashed with Elgar on the middle ground. In view of the growing dispute between the two players, captain KL Rahul and the umpire had to come to the rescue.
Mohammad Siraj and Dean Elgar arguments
This is South Africa’s first win against Team India in Johannesburg. Earlier these two teams had clashed 5 times on this ground. In which Team India won 2 matches.
The remaining 3 matches were drawn. This time too no one thought that the South African team would be able to successfully chase such a big score.
The pitch was also difficult to bat, but the South African batsmen batted brilliantly. But Captain Elgar led the team from the front and gave a spectacular victory.
The Indian bowlers looked completely helpless. Team India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj could not tolerate this helplessness and he clashed with the South African captain.
In next match we are expecting that Virat Kohli came on ground and hold his responsibility of captaincy.