Cricket News sort by South Africa tour of India, 2015

Indian skipper Virat Kohli finally got a significant score against his name while Ajinkya Rahane continued his good match as India reached an impressive 190 for 4 on a slow day, finishing with an impressive lead of 403 with two full days in hand

Amidst all the talk about pitches being unfair for batting, India proved on day two at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi that it was possible to do well with the willow even on spinning surfaces, if only batsmen applied themselves

With Rohit Sharma again playing an atrocious shot in the first innings of the fourth Test against South Africa at Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi, to be dismissed for 1, his place in the Test team has come under the scanner once more.

Considering the number of times teams have gotten all-out well before a day's play has been completed, the fact that India lost just seven wickets in a day was a rather commendable achieved

Even as India and South Africa prepare to battle it out in the fourth and final Test at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi, with the hosts already having won the series 2-0, the dust over the pitches that were prepared for the earlier games refuses to settle

Amidst all the pitch talk, and the ICC rating the Nagpur surface as 'poor', India will take on South Africa in the fourth and final Test of a long series, starting on Thursday. While there will not be much pressure on India,

The Test series may be lost, but South Africa still have pride to play for as they head into the fourth and final Test at Delhi. South Africa came into the Tests having not lost an away series in nearly a decade

With the Nagpur Test also ending inside three days, the pitch used for the game in which India’s ended South Africa’s lengthy, unbeaten run away from home has come under focus again

India thrashed South Africa by 124 runs in the third Test at Nagpur to clinch the series 2-0 and end the Proteas’ golden run away from home. Here’s a look at the top five performances in the match