India bowled out for 307, SA lead by 70
Centurion: India were bowled out for 307, falling 28 runs behind in their first innings against South Africa on the third day of the second cricket Test match here on Monday.
Skipper Virat Kohli (153) was the highest scorer among the Indian batsmen.
Resuming the second session at 287/8, Kohli played sensibly and completed his 150 runs through a brilliant cut.
Ishant Sharma (3) was then dismissed by pacer Morne Morkel.
Kohli, while trying to pace up the innings at the end, was then caught by AB de Villiers off Morkel.
During his brilliant knock, Kohli milked 15 fours.
For South Africa. Morkel claimed four wickets while Keshav Maharaj, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada and Lungisani Ngidi took one each.
Batting in second innings, South Africa were 42 for 2 at the end of 14 overs and had a lead of 70 runs.