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South Africa 540 (Amla 159, McKenzie 94, Harbhajan 5-164) and 331 for 5 dec (McKenzie 155*, Amla 81) drew with India 627 (Sehwag 319, Jaffer 73, Steyn 4-103)
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
Bulletin - McKenzie ton rounds off tame draw
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - Stale pitch, monotonous cricket
Quotes - Chennai offers perfect warm-up for visitors
Stats - The kings of the draw
News - Injured Tendulkar to miss second Test
Gallery - McKenzie and Amla dominate as Test ends in dull draw
Audio - Sanjay Manjrekar: A forgettable Test
Audio - Daryll Cullinan: 'South Africa would have gained confidence'
Bulletin - Steyn and McKenzie cap South Africa's day
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - India surrender after Virender
Quotes - 'The last 1000 have been a learning curve' - Dravid
Plays of the day - Ntini gatecrashes and Kallis shakes a leg
News - Dravid joins 10,000-run club
Stats - Dravid scales another peak
Gallery - Steyn and McKenzie put South Africa on top
Audio - Daryll Cullinan: India played into Ntini's hands
Bulletin - Sehwag plunders fastest triple ever
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - The Last Samurai
Quotes - Being dropped motivated me - Sehwag
Quotes - 'The best Test match innings I've ever seen' - Arthur
Reactions - 'It was phenomenal, simply exceptional batting' - Dravid
Gallery - Sehwag's second triple stuns South Africa
Audio - Daryll Cullinan: 'South Africa have to define Harris' role'
Audio - Sanjay Manjrekar: Audacious Sehwag is an all-time Indian great
Stats - The day the records tumbled
Graphics - 309 in detail
Bulletin - Amla and Boucher lift SA to 540
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - Amla's healing touch
Quotes - 'There was nothing for the bowlers' - Sehwag
Audio - Darryl Cullinan: 'India's approach against Harris will be crucial'
Plays of the day - Cranky Sreesanth, and sticking to the 'V'
Gallery - South Africa continue their domination
Bulletin - South African top order takes the honours
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - McKenzie's glorious second coming
Quotes - 'The wicket is very, very flat' - Harbhajan
Audio - Darryl Cullinan: 'India's fast bowlers overattacked'
Plays of the day - When Kallis walked
Gallery - Batsmen put South Africa in command
Preview - South Africa ready for spin challenge
Series preview - Fascinating contest for a filler
Quotes - Captains gear up for a gruelling year of Test cricket
Comment - Tendulkar returns to his favourite haunt
Stats - A chance for India's batsmen to make amends
Audio - Sanjay Manjrekar: 'Harbhajan has a lot to prove'
Audio - Daryll Cullinan: 'India start favourites'
Quotes - 'You shouldn't overstep the mark' - Boucher
Quotes - Steyn sets his sights on India
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