South Africa held strong against the West Indies, taking a 356-run lead on the third day of the match.

The West Indies cricket team is currently on a tour of South Africa and the second Test match of a Test series between these two teams is currently taking place. At the end of the third day of this Test Match, the South African team has achieved a huge lead of 356 runs. In this match, South Africa won the toss and decided to bat first. Let us tell you the complete report of this match.

South Africa had scored 320 runs in the first innings of this match, in response to which the entire West Indies team only scored 251 runs. After that, South Africa started their second innings, and by the end of the third day, they had scored 287 runs with the loss of 7 wickets in 93 overs. In this way, South Africa have a 356 run lead so far and they still have 3 wickets and 2 days to go.

South African captain Temba Bavuma is playing after scoring 171 runs off 275 balls. At the same time, Keshav Maharaj is also undefeated after scoring 3 runs. Both South African players will start on day four with South Africa expected to take the lead beyond 400 runs. Jason Holder scored the most runs in the first innings for the West Indies. He played an unbeaten innings of 81 runs, but apart from him no other West Indies batsman could even cross the 30 run mark. AND

Adam Markram (96) scored the most runs in South Africa’s first innings. Other than him, Tony DeGeorge also played a fine innings of 85 runs. Now let’s see how the West Indies play cricket on the fourth day of the match. However, if he has to come back in this game, then he’s going to have to score a mountain of runs in the second inning.

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