Watch: How Indian Spinners Took 21 Wickets out of 28 in Ongoing ODI Series

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This is the first time that India have won 3 consecutive ODIs against South Africa in South Africa.

Aiden Markram of South Africa and Virat Kohli (captain) Credit BCCI / SPORTZPICS

South Africa continued their struggle against Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal in the third ODI at Cape Town against India. Asked to chase down a daunting score of 304 runs, the Proteas were never in the hunt, despite some resistance from JP Duminy and Khaya Zondo.

With this 124-win, India now for the first time, have won 3 consecutive ODIs against South Africa in South Africa. Kuldeep and Chahal now have scalped 21 wickets out of the 30 South African wickets on offer across the three-ODIs.

Virat Kohli and his troops are on the cusp of history when they lock horns against South Africa in the fourth ODI of the six-match series at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Saturday.

If the visitors manage to come of victorious in the fourth match, it will be the first time that India will beat Proteas in an ODI series in South Africa in the history of the game. The closest they came was in 2010-11, when under former skipper MS Dhoni, they took a 2-1 lead only to lose the five-match series 3-2.

Spinners Have Dominated This Series So Far:

Indian Spinners So Far Took 21 Wickets Out of 28 in Ongoing 6 Match ODI Series between them at an average of 9.05, in the three matches so far, prompting Kohli to admit that the duo is gradually making a strong case to feature in the five-day format.

Watch How They Bamboozed Southafrica Team:


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