South African batsman Keegan Pietersen has admitted that the Indian rhythm attack is the most challenging bowling attack of his career. In the game on the third day of the Cape Town Test, India took a 13-run lead in the first innings thanks to the strength of their pitchers. Batting first after winning the toss, the Indian team scored 223 runs in the first innings. In response, the South African team was shortened to 210 runs. Jasprit Bumrah took five wickets for 42 runs. While Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav took 2-2 wickets. 1 wicket came on Shardul Thakur’s account.

The 28-year-old said you always have to be vigilant to face the Indian-paced attack. He said at the press conference: ‘(The Indian rapid attack) is very challenging. This is the most challenging in my entire career. You have to be focused all the time. If your attention is distracted, then your wicket is understood.

Pietersen also said that they put you to the test in terms of scoring. It does not give many scoring opportunities. They are arguably one of the best bowling attacks in the world. We knew this series would be challenging, we just have to deal with it.

Pietersen was South Africa’s leading scorer in the early innings. He scored 72 runs with the help of 9 fours. Pietersen didn’t get much support from other hitters. Pietersen was sacked as South Africa’s eighth-spotter in the 65th. He said I like to hit number three, I’ve hit there for most of my career. We have two high-class starters, although they are going through difficult times at the moment.

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