Saturday, 5 October 2019 () Chasing 395, South Africa were 11 for one at stumps on Day 4 with Aiden Markram, on three, and Theunis de Bruyn, on five, at the crease. Ravindra Jadeja struck early after trapping first-innings centurion Dean Elgar for two. The visitors need another 384 runs and India nine wickets on the final day to get ahead in the three-match series.
Rohit Sharma struck his maiden double Test century to put India on top of the third match against South Africa after the hosts declared on 497 for nine. News24 Also reported by •Reuters India •IndiaTimes •CricBuzz