In the Johannesburg Test, India has set a target of 241 against South Africa. After 8.3 overs South Africa made 17 runs and lost 1 wicket. But today the question is standing on whether the match will start or not.
Because now the mood of the pitch has worsened that it is very difficult to handle fast balls and the batsmen have become vulnerable to injury.
Even yesterday the game was stopped due to pitch. In many places on social media, people have advised players to escape and also recalled late cricketer Philip Hughes.
Sunil Gavaskar believed that the pitch was dangerous but the ball which hit Elgar was not as dangerous. The fault was of Elgar.The batsmen were being injured due to the uneven bounce of the pitch and Indian physio had to call on the field many times. Ajinkya Rahane was hit on 46 by the ball of Kagiso Rabada, and also considered to stop the match from the umpires.
It was not possible to play many balls during the match. The second innings of the Indian team ended on 247 runs after tea.