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their work with preci-
sion on a pitch offering
them huge turn as the
home side defeated top-
ranked South Africa by
108 runs yesterday in
the opening Test of a
Ravindra Jadeja finished
with 5-21 and offspinner
took 3-39 as South
Africa failed to last even
two sessions on the third
day after being set a
fourth innings target of
218 a little after lunch.
South Africa's quest
of winning in all three
formats on its 72-day
tour suffered a setback
and it will be difficult
for it to bounce back
especially since other
venues may also be
made to suit India's spin
The visiting side had
prevailed 2-0 in a pre-
Twenty20 series and 3-
2 in a five-match one-
day international series
to raise hopes of its first
test series win on Indian
soil in 15 years.
But South Africa,
which had conceded a
17-run first innings lead,
failed to come to grips
with the conditions and
the result had seemed
obvious in less than a
The South African
batsmen were rattled
with the ball turning
viciously and also keep-
ing low on the odd
Jadeja, who is known
to bowl well in the sec-
ond innings of matches
on such pitches, finished
with his third five-for in
tests. He took eight
wickets in the match, as
did Ashwin, who had a
five-for in the first
South Africa's premier
batsmen could not apply
themselves. Faf du
Plessis edged a delivery
from Ashwin to slip,
captain Hashim Amla
was bowled not offering
a shot to a straight deliv-
ery from Jadeja and AB
de Villiers was castled
with an Amit Mishra
delivery that kept low.
Dean Elgar was the first
wicket for an Indian fast
bowler in the match as
he top-edged a delivery
from Varun Aaron and
was caught at mid-on.
South Africa was 45-5
in the 17th over at the
fall of Elgar's wicket with
the result looking quite
victory over S/Africa
DHAKA---Bangladesh beat Zimbab-
we by 145 runs in their first one-day
international on Saturday to take an
early lead in the three-match series.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al
Hasan were instrumental in
Bangladesh's comfortable victory.
Rahim's 107 off 109 balls, including
nine fours and a six, helped Bangladesh
to 273-9 off 50 overs after which
Shakib ripped through the Zimbabwe
batting lineup with a career-best 5-
47.Zimbabwe finished on 128 off 36.1
overs with wicketkeeper Richmond
Mutumbami unable to bat due to an
ankle injury. Captain Elton Chigum-
bura was the highest scorer with 41
while Luke Jongwe added 39. (AP)
Zimbabwe by 145 runs
Bangladesh 273-9 (Mushfiqur
Rahim 107, Sabbir Rahman 57,
Tamim Iqbal 40; Sikandar Raza 2-47,
Taurai Muzarabani 2-64) vs
Zimbabwe 128 in 36.1 overs (Elton
Chigumbura 41, Luke Jongwe 39;
Shakib Al Hasan 5-47, Mashrafe
Mortaza 2-13) by 145 runs.
India's Ravindra Jadeja celebrates the dismissal of
South Africa's Vernon Philander during the third day
of their first cricket Test match in Mohali, India,
yesterday. India won by 108 runs. AP PHOTO
India 1st innings: 201 (Murali Vijay 75; Dean Elgar
South Africa 1st innings: 184 (A.B. de Villiers 63;
Ravichandran Ashwin 5-51, Ravindra Jadeja 3-55).
India 2nd innings: 200 (Cheteshwar Pujara 77;
Imran Tahir 4-48, Simon Harmer 4-61).
South Africa 2nd innings: 109 (Stiaan van Zyl 36;
Ravindra Jadeja 5-21, Ravichandran Ashwin 3-39).
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