Morne Morkel has looked at his lethal best today © AFP
Morne Morkel has looked at his lethal best today © AFP

India are in trouble early on as Morne Morkel has picked up two quick wickets on Day Three of the fourth Test against South Africa at Delhi. Murali Vijay was the first to go. Morkel bowled a short pitched delivery and Vijay was in two minds. He tried to put his hands down at the last minute but the ball clipped the glove and Dane Vilas completed the catch. Vijay was not too happy with the decision and pointed to the umpire on a couple of occasion before walking off. The International Cricket Council (ICC) may take not of that and take appropriate action. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs South Africa 2015, 4th Test at Delhi

Rohit Sharma, who is desperate need of runs at the moment, was cleaned up by Morkel off the very first delivery. It was an excellent delivery and moved away just a little bit and crashed into the wickets. Cheteshwar Pujara walked in at No. 4 and negotiated the hat-trick ball well. It was a surprise to see Rohit ahead of Pujara. One thought that Pujara had not recovered from his hand injury that he suffered on Day Two. But he seems to be alright at the moment. Live Cricket Updates: India vs South Africa 2015, 4th Test, Day 3 at Delhi

India scored 334 in the first innings courtesy of an excellent century by Ajinkya Rahane and a vital fifty from Ravichandran Ashwin. Kyle Abbott picked up five wickets and off-spinner Dane Piedt finished with four. South Africa in reply got bowled out for 121, thereby conceding a 213-run lead. Ravindra Jadeja was the star with the ball for India, picking up his second five-wicket haul of the series. On Day One, India won the toss and elected to bat first. India lead the series 2-0.