The series has been tight and low-scoring throughout.

India were defeated by South Africa in the series decider. The hosts won the game after successfully completing the target of 212 runs with seven wickets in hand. While India won the first Test, the next two went in the Proteas’ favour.

Keegan Petersen (82), Rassie van der Dussen (unbeaten 41), and Temba Bavuma (unbeaten 32) played valuable knocks. The Virat Kohli-led Indian team is now fifth in the World Test Championship table.

Here is the updated table

India were expected to win the series in South Africa but the Dean Elgar-led team stunned the number one team. Sri Lanka continue to lead the table with a perfect record.

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