India bowled out South Africa for 275 to take a massive 326-run first innings lead on day three of the second Test. The Umpires declared end of day’s play immediately after Kagiso Rabada was trapped in front of wicket by spinner R Ashwin. South Africa began the day at 36 for three but a rearguard action through Keshav Maharaj (72) and Vernon Philander (44) helped them cross the 250-run mark. Faf du Plessis also contributed 64 runs in the Proteas’ fight. Ashwin (4/69) and Umesh Yadav (3/37) shared seven wickets between them.