West Indies vs South Africa 1st test: Windies bowled for 97 but super Seales leads late resistance

Lungi Ngidi took his second Test five-wicket dragged and got rid of Anrich Nortje of four batsmen as rampant tourists pace attack left die Windies stagger on Thursday (June 10th).

It brought up what was just West Indies’ second under 100 total in a test since 2004.



However, it was not all doom and darkness for West Indies, as a teenage seales took 3-34 to South Africa on 128. to restrict for four on stumps.

Sharp bowling from Kagiso Rabada had West Indies on the back Walk early, die Prepare the stage for Nortje (4-35) rattles Shai Hope’s off Stump.

Nkrumah Bonner got a bad blow on the helmet from the next Delivery and although he got the green light to continue batting, makes 10 making runs, this post marked the end of his match. Bonner was replaced in the field by replacement Kieran Powell, who will stick with it for the rest of die Exam.

Windies captain Kraigg Braithwate was also bowled from Nortje, as South Africa by die Gears clicked, and it was his predecessor as skipper, Jason Holder, who finished as die highest-Scorer with a measly 20.

Halters was that last wicket to fall and was Ngidis fifth of the innings, the Paceman is gone for just 19th runs.

But not downstairs out, die Windies struck early in South Africa reply – Dean Elgar is leaving for a duck just five deliveries in his first innings how full-Time test captain.

Keegan Petersen (19) followed in the 10th over, Seals claim die claim first wicket of his testing career when the South African debutant prevailed over Holder.

But Aiden Markram was on Hand to stabilize the ship and bring South Africa to a couple of overs of Stumps before they succumb to seales on 60.

Seales, 19, had his third wicket of a brilliant spell play was up, Kyle Verreynne cuts for a shorter delivery, with Joshua Da Silva is impressive catch at least give South Africa some overnight meal for thought.


South Africa has been heavily dependent for too long on Rabada too lead you attackbut his mate fast Bowlers were on Hand to deliver this time.

Ngidis post- lunch break was blistering, with Nortje has die Footwork done in the morning session. It marked some step up of the last Times Ngidi played a test when he took 2-74 against Pakistan in April.


Maybe thought die Windies that, given their gloomy mood, they had little to lose first inningsbut Seales offered a glimmer of to hope.

He bowled with varied and plentiful of pace. If die Windies should have some of it match, They may need a debut five-for from teenagers, and for it should come quickly on Day two.

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