हिंदी में पढ़ें | The Indian team is currently on a tour of South Africa where a 3-match Test series is being played between the two teams. India has won the first match and the second match is in progress. In this article, we will see who can be the strong contenders for India vs South Africa Test Series 2022 Man of the series.
Currently, the second test match is being played between India and South Africa. Whose fourth day was lost due to rain. In response to India’s 202 in the first innings, South Africa scored 229 runs. In the second innings, India could only score 266 runs. After heavy rain on the fourth day, South Africa came out to bat and completed this target on the fourth day itself.
After registering victory in the second match, now South Africa and India are tied at 1-1. The third and final match is starting from 11 January. Which will prove to be decisive in the test series.
India vs South Africa Test Series 2022 Man of the series:
2 batsmen and 3 bowlers are involved in the race for the man of the match of the ongoing Test series 2022 between India and South Africa. In this, there is only 1 batsman from India, the rest are from South Africa.
2 batsmen in the race for Man of the Series:
#1. KL Rahul:
Runs: 204 (Average: 51.00)
Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul, scoring 204 runs in 2 matches, is on top of the batsmen in the race for India vs South Africa Test Series 2022 Man of Series. During this he also scored 1 century and 1 half-century.
#2. Dean Elgar:
Runs: 162 (Average: 54.00)
South African batsman Dean Elgar is the second batsman to join the race by scoring 162 runs. He has scored runs at an average of 54 and has also scored 2 half-centuries.
2 bowlers in the race for Man of the Series:
#1. Kagiso Rabada:
Wickets: 13 (Avg. 19.61 | Eco. 3.18)
South Africa’s legendary bowler Kagiso Rabada is leading the India vs South Africa Test series 2022 man of series with 13 wickets. Although Lokesh Rahul is giving him competition, but he is still behind him. His best performance in this series was taking 4 wickets for 42 runs.
#2. Marco Jenson:
Wickets: 12 (Avg. 18.50 | Eco. 3.36)
Marco Jensen is the second bowler to join the race with 13 wickets in 2 matches, bowling at an average of 18.50. His best performance was of taking 4 wickets for just 31 runs.
#3. Lungi Ngidi:
Wickets: 11 (Avg. 19.61 | Eco. 3.18)
South Africa’s most dangerous bowler Lungi Ngidi has also joined this race by taking 11 wickets. Nagidi’s best performance in this series was to take 7 wickets for 71 runs. which is the highest.