The opener walks back after collecting a pair. Looked going down but Markram decided against reviewing and has to leave. Well, stay tuned to find out more! Another Test series win, in fact a world record 11th consecutive Test series win at home. There were no demons in the pitch even on Day 4 as it held on perfectly but India's bowling was out of this world.
Tweet Mayank Agarwal completed his second Test hundred.
We'll feature the best! Stumps: Bad light ends play India take the light offered and walk off. Kohli is unbeaten on 63 and Rahane is on Du Plessis still talking to the umpires, surprised the play is called off. He would have wanted a longer crack against India with the new ball.
But that's that really! We'll catch you for the second day's play tomorrow! Until then ta-ta!
Second new ball; Kohli gets to fifty Solid without being flamboyant. There have been flashes of his trademarked brilliance. The whip through mid-wicket and the cover drive. Waiting for second new ball Two left-arm spinners in action now as we count down to the second new ball.
Ajinkya Rahane has had a real struggle. Will he have a Pujaraesque second win in this innings?
Dean Elgar comes on to bowl, ending a over spell for Maharaj! There was Lunch and Tea in between but still Quite an effort!
Slow progress this session Rahane hasn't found his fluent form. To be honest, South Africa have bowled well to him. He got off strike only off the 17th ball.
Good tight spell from Maharaj too. A short Rabada-Kohli battle We were just getting warmed up in this battle. Rabada working up pace, having a little word with the Indian captain. But just a three-over burst for KG.
Nortje is back, and he clocks one at Maharaj settling in better against Kohli? Just one real bad ball cut away for four Rabada again!
Mayank could have potentially let that go but he was batting on Pushes at a length ball on off-stump line. Edge and another nice catch for du Plessis at slip. Why wasn't Rabada bowling from the start of the session?