Morne Morkel uncovers South Africa's "Nose and Toes" bowling strategy...

The main Test between India and South Africa is uniformly ready later the host group made a sparkling rebound in the primary meeting. With the whole second day lost to rain, India's unbeaten pair of KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane came out to bat with the score of 272/3, hoping to solidify the group's position further. However, South Africa's speed pair of Lungi Ngidi and Kagiso Rabada was on the cash and their pinpoint exactness prompted a batting breakdown.

India was ultimately bowled out for 327, with Ngidi wrapping up with figures of 6/71, While Rabada finished with 3 wickets. Both these pacers blended their length well, bowling the short conveyance and the great length conveyances in a pitch that has become more conducive for quick bowling.

Previous South Africa paceman Morne Morkel was intrigued with South Africa's methodology and said that the match can change rapidly in such conditions.

Morkel said on the lunch show on having telecaster Star Sports, "You realize things can change and turn out well for you, to that end it is dependably essential to remain in the chase and realize that things can change incredibly rapidly."

India tailenders like Shardul Thakur, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, and Jasprit Bumrah have shown versatility in the beyond not many away visits and scored significant rune for the group. Yet, that wasn't to be on Tuesday as the SA pacers made short work of the tail. Morkel talked about the policy that the South Africans have while bowling to bring down request players and furthermore said that India needs to adhere to their course of action.

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