Lungi Ngidi bowled blazing morning spell to go through the Indian center request as South Africa confined the visitor to 327on day three of the principal Test.
On a pitch tidied up by the second day's persevering precipitation, Lungi utilized the basic dampness to get done with figures of 6 for 71 in 24overs as India lost 7 wickets for 55 runs run beginning from a short-term score of 272 for 3.
Ngidi got a ton of help from Kagiso Rabada, whose 3 for 72 likewise had centurion KL Rahul (123) wicket.
Anyway, India did a strike back before the lunch Japrit Bumrah's unplayable away pleasure seeker observed resistance captain Dean Elgar's (1) outside edge. South Africa went into the break with the scoreboard perusing 21 for one.
Aiden Markram (9) and Keegan Petersen (22)were at the wrinkle
The morning had a place with Ngidi and Rabada as the supersport park track remained consistent with its standing of reviving up as time advanced.
In contrast to the first day of the season, the two short-term hitters Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane (48) got nothing short or wide to get rolling first up.
Ravichandran Ashwin's batting in SENA nations has gone downhill and the main edge that heaved up to Keshav Maharaj was an aftereffect of not having the option to haggle additional skip produced by Ngidi.
Rishab Pant (8) excusal was a duplicate of Cheteshwar Pujara's place where a rakish conveyance moved up and it was a simple bat-cushion get for forwarding short leg.