India Struggling at 168/7 at Tea in First Test Against South Africa

Left-arm spinner Dean Elgar bowled beautifully to claim a four-wicket haul to leave India struggling at 168/7.

Published: 05th November 2015 02:46 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th November 2015 02:46 PM   |  A+A-

dhawan _AP
By IANS

MOHALI: Left-arm spinner Dean Elgar bowled beautifully to claim a four-wicket haul to leave India struggling at 168/7 at tea as South Africa wrested the upper hand on the opening day of the first cricket Test at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium here on Thursday.

Elgar returned figures of 4/22 in eight overs while fellow spinner Simon Harmer (1/51) and pacers Vernon Philander (1/24) and Kasigo Rabada (1/30) claimed a wicket each.

Opener Murali Vijay was the highest scorer for the hosts with 75

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