IND vs SA 1st Test: Ngidi told how he got three wickets on the first day

The first match of the three-match test series between India and South Africa is played at Centurion. On the first day, India scored 272 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. Fast pitcher Lungi Ngidi sent all three batters from India to the pavilion. In the press conference held after the end of the game, he also told how he got these three wickets.

Ngidi said: ‘I wanted a change at the bowling alley after lunch. But all bowlers have their own purposes, so I had to wait. I was struggling a lot on the other end. He was also struggling to throw the ball in the right direction. Then as soon as I changed the extremes, things started to look up.

Ngidi also said that if you have 2 terrains in 2 balls, then understand that anything can happen on this terrain. He also said that if he manages to take 2-3 more wickets on the morning of the second day, then the match dice can spin. Ngidi said: ‘The ball is going to slip off the edge of the bat. This is good for us. If we can stop the Indian team at 340-350, then we can stay in the match.

Ngidi also pointed out that the Centurion window is not helping bowling as expected. He said: ‘South African bowlers are a bit disappointed with the wicket. It sways very little. He also hoped to get a good swing from the wicket, but it didn’t happen.


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