Proteas' wickets tumble as India fight back

2013-12-19 15:59

India wrenched control of proceedings at the Wanderers after tea, jolting the Proteas with five quick wickets, reducing them from 130/1 to 145/6 in the space of 39 balls.

There was no improvement as JP Duminy and AB de Villiers went in quick succession, both victims of Mohammed Shami. The former guided a wide delivery to Murali Vijay at first slip while De Villiers was trapped in front two balls later. In that crazy period, the shape of the game changed irrevocably.

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