India and South Africa captains clashed, there was a debate between KL Rahul and Dean Elgar on this matter


India and South Africa are playing their second test match in Johannesburg, in this series team, India won their first match in the captaincy of Virat Kohli.

Due to a back injury. Not available in the second match, so KL Rahul becomes team captain in the test series.

KL Rahul came out after scoring 8 runs, but as soon as he came out, there were some disputes between Rahul and African captain Dean Elgar.

Dispute between India and South Africa 2nd test match

As Rahul exited and headed towards the pavilion, African Captain Dean Elgar made some comments about Rahul.

Which might not have been to Rahul's liking and in return, Rahul also said something to Elgar.

In the seventh on Rahul he was caught by Aiden Markram on the second slip.

After leaving, Rahul started to leave the field shaking his head, when Elgar made a comment about him, hearing that Rahul got angry and also gave Elgar a proper response in return.

A similar incident also occurred during South Africa's first innings. When Raise van der Dussen was sent off by the field referee.

India vs South Africa 2nd test Team India match score

The second India-South Africa event taking place in Johannesburg has come at a very exciting juncture. The 2 lands in India have also fallen before the end of the second day.

On the second day of the second India-South Africa Test, Captain Rahul heads to the pavilion after scoring 8 runs.

In the second inning of the second round, India has taken a 58-race lead so far, along with the 2 Indian wickets that have also fallen.

India's starters Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul were out. Ajinkya Rahane is playing undefeated in 11 runs and Cheteshwar Pujara in 35 runs.

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