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- India will play South Africa and Sony Ten Network have the rights.
- He was later seen limping as he came back to the ground and his participation in the rest of the match — and the series — is in doubt.
- Pandya struck a 93 off just 95 balls on the second day an innings studded with 14 fours and a six.
- His valiant effort helped India score 209 in reply to South Africa’s 286, who took a crucial 77-run first innings lead.Pandya was also involved in a 99-run stand Bhuvneshwar for the eighth wicket to help the visitors cut down the first innings deficit.