The final and 3rd Test between India and South Africa is scheduled for tomorrow in Cape Town. South Africa won the second Test by 7 wickets to level the series. India captain Virat Kohli withdrew from the match due to back pain.
He was replaced by KL Rahul, who captained the Indian team. The Indian team has been training hard to win the series against South Africa and set a historic record. India captain Virat Kohli spoke to reporters on the occasion.
I am fully fit for the third Test. Siraj suffered a hamstring injury while bowling in the first innings of the second Test in Johannesburg. Virat Kohli said that Mohammad Siraj will not play in the last Test due to this.
Speaking further, Kohli said, “I think Rishabh Bandh will learn a lesson from his mistakes and emerge as a better player. We talked to him and I am sure Bandh is a cricketer who learns from his mistakes.
KL Rahul tried to take wickets in the second innings, but South Africa played very well. Rahul fought as hard as he could, I would have done some things differently, Kohli said that everyone has every kind of captain style.
When asked about Pujara and Rahane, Kohli said, “Changes happen, but they happen naturally. I think we should leave change, there is no need to force a particular person to change.” With the series tied at 1-1, both India and South Africa are on course to win and capture the series.
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