Player of the Match
Player of the Match
, play 03:30
'South Africa's approach surprised me' - Kohli

India captain Virat Kohli praises his side's performance following their 3-0 series win against the top-ranked South Africa

, play 02:32
'The situation made us block everything' - Amla

South Africa captain Hashim Amla said that chasing a target in excess of 400 meant his team had no choice but to employ defensive tactics

, play 01:40
Manjrekar: Unbelievable that modern batsmen can play like this

Sanjay Manjrekar lauded Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers' gritty and patient innings on the fourth day of the fourth Test against India

, play 01:52
Manjrekar: Wrong move to shift Rohit to No.3

Sanjay Manjrekar deliberates on whether India should stick with Rohit Sharma despite his repeated failures in Test matches

, play 01:41
Manjrekar: Defense not Dhawan's strength

Shikhar Dhawan has rarely ever built upon his slow starts, which has Sanjay Manjrekar wondering if the opener can ever get accustomed to defensive cricket

, play 01:17
Manjrekar: SA may have found a way to manage Tahir better

Giving Imran Tahir enough boundary riders meant that the legspinner had adequate protection even when his bowling was loose

, play 01:31
Manjrekar: Seeing a Morkel we haven't seen before

Sanjay Manjrekar was impressed by Morne Morkel's performance and feels the seamer has taken up the reins in Steyn's absence

, play 01:50
Manjrekar: Kohli's batting in difficult conditions shows his class

Sanjay Manjrekar believes Virat Kohli has found his form and is back to his old scoring ways

, play 01:59
'Disappointed with Faf and Amla'

Sanjay Manjrekar was surprised that Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis failed to apply themselves in Delhi, especially after battling it out in Nagpur

, play 02:22
Manjrekar: Kohli's selection of Umesh Yadav a masterstroke

Sanjay Manjrekar feels that Virat Kohli has been really impressive in picking the right fielding combinations and handling the bowlers in his first home Test series as captain

, play 02:02
'It's a very special hundred for me' - Rahane

India batsman Ajinkya Rahane was a relieved man after scoring his fourth Test ton, and his first at home

, play 01:12
'It's my time now' - Piedt

South Africa spinner Dane Piedt, who took four wickets on the first day of the Delhi Test, has said that he is keen to make his chances count after recovering from injury

, play 01:39
Manjrekar: Tahir struggles to fit in Amla's plans

Sanjay Manjrekar believes that Imran Tahir has some variations in his bowling but he may not be fitting in South Africa's plans of squeezing the runs

, play 01:58
Manjrekar: Will be tough for Rohit to retain his place

Sanjay Manjrekar talks about Rohit Sharma, who was yet again dismissed playing a rash shot early in his innings

, play 01:34
Manjrekar: Uncomplicated action helps Piedt's accuracy

Sanjay Manjrekar lists out things that made South Africa offspinner Dane Piedt effective on the first day of the Delhi Test

, play 01:44
Manjrekar: Rahane benefitting from playing a lot straighter now

Sanjay Manjrekar analyses Ajinkya Rahane's innings by saying he benefits by playing much straighter and that he faced Dane Piedt rather comfortably on the first day

, play 01:25
'It speaks a lot for Rahane's character' - Bangar

India batting coach Sanjay Bangar credits Ajinkya Rahane for turning things around and the character the young Indian batsmen possess

, play 02:20
Results haven't justified our preparations - Amla

Hashim Amla talks about South Africa's preparation before the fourth Test, about the pitches in the series, Kagiso Rabada's bowling, and more

, play 02:55
Manjrekar: Dhawan must avoid trying to blaze away

Sanjay Manjrekar wants Shikhar Dhawan to trust his defense more, rather than attacking from ball one

, play 01:42
Manjrekar: Expect a better pitch at Kotla

In light of criticism of the Nagpur pitch and the ICC's comments, Sanjay Manjrekar believes India will be under pressure to produce a more competitive batting track in Delhi

India's biggest


Margin of victory for India, their largest in terms of runs in Tests beating their 320-run win against Australia in Mohali in 2008.

Duminy's worst


Duminy's average in Tests in India, which is his lowest in any country (Min. 2 inns). He doesn't average less than 20 in any other country.

Maiden, Maiden, Maiden


No. of consecutive maiden overs by Jadeja in this inns; missed breaking Bapu Nadkarni's record of 21 consecutive maidens vs Eng, Chennai, 1963-64..

Block, block, block


SA's score after 50 overs, the lowest by any team after 50 overs of a Test inngs since 2002. The previous lowest was 68, also by SA, v WI in 2005

India's best vs South Africa


Target set by India in this Test is the highest they have ever set against SA and the fifth highest against all teams.

In Elite Club


No. of Indians who scored 100s in each inns of a Test, before Rahane - Hazare, Gavaskar, Dravid and Kohli. Rahane only the 9th overall batting at No.5 or lower.

Twin 75s


No. of Indians scoring 75 or more in each inns of a Test at No.5 or lower, before Rahane - Pataudi 75 & 85 v Aus, MCG 1967 and Laxman 76 & 124* v NZ, Napier 2009.

A Long wait


Number of century-less partnerships in the series before the first by Rahane and Kohli in this innings.