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India v South Africa 1999-2000

2001: Toss: India

Ist Test: India v South Africa, Statistical highlights

Feb 27, 2000: It was the 1484th match in Test history

Rajneesh Gupta

Mongia completes the double

Feb 27, 2000: When he caught Mark Boucher off the bowling of Murali Kartik in the South African first innings in the first Test at Mumbai, Nayan Mongia became third Indian and 22nd wicketkeeper in Test history to complete 100 dismissals in a Test career

Rajneesh Gupta

India lose first round of the battle

Feb 26, 2000: The last day's play in the first Test in Mumbai raised an intriguing question

Anand Vasu

The absence of a third spinner was felt

Feb 26, 2000: Hansie Cronje, the South African captain, was not exactly on top of the world when he arrived in India

Woorkheri Raman

India restrict South Africa, but squander advantage

Feb 25, 2000: At the end of an eventful second day during which 15 wickets fell for 224 runs, India dismissed South Africa for 176 runs in their first innings but the visitors struck back by taking five Indian wickets for 75 runs by stumps on the second day of the

Anand Vasu

Indians have their task cut out

Feb 25, 2000: The scorecards of both India and South Africa do not reflect the true nature of the pitch at the Wankhede Stadium

Woorkheri Raman

Despite Tendulkar's 97, South Africa claim first day's honours

Feb 24, 2000: South Africa can look back with satisfaction on the opening day of the first Test against India

Anand Vasu
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South Africa won by 10 runs
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India won by 4 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
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South Africa won by 2 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
India v South Africa at Jamshedpur - Mar 12, 2000
India won by 6 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
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