Dec 8, 2013
Indian batsmen continued to be tentative against the South African pacers as they are on 54 for four in 15 overs in the second One-Day International at Durban.
After the dismissal of Rohit Sharma, even Ajinkya Rahane departed for eight. Rahane was unfortunate to be adjudged caught behind. He went after a wide delivery but had missed the ball by a margin. However, the sound of his locket hitting the grill of the helmet elicited a loud appeal from behind the wicket. The umpire too accepted the appeal and Rahane was looking at the umpire in surprise.
India are chasing 281 runs.
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