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Rohit Sharma. (Photo by Eddie Keogh/Getty Images)
Indian captain Rohit Sharma said his team’s seven-wicket win inside two days over South Africa in what was the shortest Test on record had shown their ability to play anywhere in the world.
India bounced back from an innings defeat in the first Test in Centurion to share the two-match series, chasing down a target of 79 an hour after lunch despite a stunning century by home batsman Aiden Markram.
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