Thursday, January 20, 2022

ICC WTC Points Table: Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th after series victory over India

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ICC WTC Points Table: South Africa surpass India to take 4th place – South Africa ended India’s hope to conquer the FINAL FRONTIER with a 7 wicket victory in Cape Town in the 3rd Test to seal the series 2-1. With that, Proteas jumped to 4th place, surpassing India. Follow IND vs SA Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

With 66.66% percentile point, South Africa are fourth with two wins and a loss. Virat Kohli & Co dropped to 5th with 49.07% percentile point after 4 wins, three losses and two draws apart from three penalty points.

Sri Lanka are currently top with 100% record after clean sweeping West Indies at home while England are at the bottom of the table with 10.41 percentage point.

WTC Points Table: After crushing 7 wicket defeat, Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th

Also Read: SA beat IND 3rd Test: India’s FINAL-FRONTIER stays unconquered, South Africa beat Virat Kohli’s team by 7 wickets, check highlights

WTC Points Table: After crushing 7 wicket defeat, Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th

ICC WTC Points Table: After crushing 7 wicket defeat, Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th

India had won the first Test by 113 runs but South Africa registered wins in the second and third Test to clinch the series. Needing 41 runs to win after the Lunch on Day 4, Rassie van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma took South Africa over the line with ease on Friday. As a result, India failed to win their maiden Test series on South African soil after losing the third match by seven wickets.

In the first session on Day four, South Africa scored 70 runs and lost a wicket ensuring they maintained control over the match against India.


ICC WTC Points Table: After crushing 7 wicket defeat, Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th

WTC Points Table: After crushing 7 wicket defeat, Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th

South Africa were at 171/3 after Lunch with Rassie van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma unbeaten at 22 and 12 runs respectively.

Resuming their second innings, South Africa got off to a cautious start as Petersen and van der Dussen stitched a 54-run stand for the third wicket.

Shardul Thakur removed Petersen in the first session but van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma dug in to keep South Africa on top. On Thursday, Elgar and Keegan held their ground as South Africa gained full control against India on Day 3.

ICC WTC Points Table: After crushing 7 wicket defeat, Virat Kohli & Co slip to 5th place, South Africa jump to 4th

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