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Cricket: India wins shortest Test in history at Newlands to square series

# Cricket: India reigned supreme in the second Test against South Africa in Cape Town, which was the shortest Test in history. It lasted just 642 balls after 23 wickets fell on the first day yesterday. This is also India’s first Test victory ever at Newlands. The Proteas resumed their second innings on 62 for three and it was just opener Aiden Markram with a magnificent 106 runs that kept South Africa going. The hosts were bowled out for 176, and India reached the target of 79 off just 12 overs with three wickets down to level the series.