Durban Test: South Africa defeated India by 10 wickets to clinch the series 1-0
South Africa clinched the two match series with India in Durban 1-0 by defeating India by 10 wickets in the second cricket test.
South Africa on 30 December 2013 clinched the two match series with India in Durban 1-0. It defeated India by 10 wickets in the second cricket test to win the series.
In the second inning of the match, India gave a 58 runs target to chase on the fifth day. It was all out on 223 runs in the second innings in which Ajinkya Rahane scored 96 runs.
For South Africa, Robin Peterson claimed four wickets while Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander took three each.
• India: 334 and 223 all out
• South Africa: 500 and 59 for no loss
• Man of the Match: Dale Steyn
• Man of the Series: AB De Villers
Jacques Kallis, who was playing his last Test hit a superb 115 runs in the first innings. With this knock he surpassed Rahul Dravid of India as the third highest run-getter 13289 runs in the longest format in his farewell match. Now, he is behind Sachin Tendulkar (15921) and Ricky Ponting (13378) in the all-time list.
Retiring South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis was given a guard of honour by the Indian players as he walked out to bat in the second and final Test at Kingsmead on 29 December 2013.
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