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Klaasen brought up his maiden T20I half-century, producing an awe inspiring show of power hitting to plunder 69 runs off just 30 balls.
Former South African captain Shaun Pollock feels Virat Kohli sees a bit of himself in Hardik Pandya and predicted a long run for the all-rounder in the Indian team.
With an ODI series win on the cards for India, who are 3-1 up, Express looks at a few talking points ahead of the 5th ODI.
The former Indian cricketer gave his take on the comparison between Hardik Pandya and India's 1983 World Cup-winning captain.
India's legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev today criticised Pandya's batting performance in the second Test against South Africa in Centurion.
Skipper Kohli scored a valiant 85 to keep the visitors afloat by finishing the day at 183 for five in reply to South Africa's 335 all out in their first innings.
Pandya starred with the bat in the Champions Trophy final last year and in the first innings of the opening Test against South Africa last week.
Pandya had scored 93 off 95 balls and took 2-27 in the Proteas' second innings to single-handedly keep India in contention.
India vs South Africa First Test: 20's and 30's were not enough on this track, says skipper Virat Kohli
India captain Virat Kohli blamed losing wickets in a heap as one of the biggest reasons for their 72-run defeat against South Africa in the first Test.
Asked about Ajinkya Rahane's exclusion, the veteran said choosing the playing-eleven is the call of the captain and coach.
When Pandya walked out in the post-lunch session, following the dismissal of Pujara, South Africa were eyeing a big first-innings lead to bury India under.
Pandya's 93 and 2/17 has given India some toehold despite a 142-run lead currently enjoyed by the home team.
South Africa are still very much in command with a current lead of 142 runs against India after an enthralling second day in the first cricket Test.
All-rounder Hardik Pandya led India with a counter attacking half-century as the visitors saw themselves at 185/7 at tea.
Mumbai Indians set to retain Rohit Sharma, Pandya brothers; Rishab Pant, Shreyas Iyer likely for Delhi Daredevils
While the last date of submission for the player retention is January 4, the franchises are more or less certain about the kind of players they would like to retain and the ones they would buy back.