South Africa Beat India by Seven Wickets in Cape Town.
With This Victory, South Africa Won the Series 2–1.
Keegan Petersen Top-Scored in the Run-Chase With 82 Runs, His Highest Test Score. Rassie Van Der Dussen and Temba Bavuma Remained Unbeaten on 41 and 32 Respectively.
Keegan Petersen Was Named Man of the Match and Series. He Ended Up As the Highest Run-Scorer (276) of the Series.
Kagiso Rabada Scalped the Most Wickets (20) in the Series.
Earlier, Rishabh Pant Had Scored His Fourth Test Hundred in India’s Second Innings Effort of 198 Runs. It Was the First Century by an Asian Wicketkeeper in South Africa.
This Is the Second Time India Lost a Test Series in South Africa After Winning the First Match. The First Instance Was in 2006–07 When Rahul Dravid Was Captain.
Virat Kohli Completed 100 Catches in Test Cricket.