South Africa’s misery continued as left-hand batsman Dean Elgar had to go back to the pavilion after suffering a concussion in the second innings in Ranchi on Monday.
Elgar was at 16 when the incident happened and was replaced by Theunis de Bruyn. While Elgar suffered a concussion, India wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha too injured his finger and was replaced by Rishabh Pant.
India have been pretty dominant after they enforced the second follow-on in the series. South Africa were bundled out for 162 in the first innings, handing the hosts a lead of 335.