Will Rohit Sharma Become The Second Indian Captain To Do This After MS Dhoni?

India's skipper, Rohit Sharma, would be eyeing the victory in the second test match to draw it 1-1.

India and South Africa are going to play the second and final test match of the series today, which would also conclude the Blue Army’s tour of South Africa, but whether the final test match of the series brings joy or a setback for the Indian team remains to be seen. India’s hope of registering a first test series victory in South Africa was shattered by the host nation’s team, which registered a thumping victory in the first test match by an innings and 32 runs. “The Proteas” has never lost a test series against India in their nation, and that will inevitably be the fate of this series as well. India has lost another chance to break South Africa’s test series jinx, but there is still a chance to draw the series, and Rohit Sharma could be the only second Indian skipper to do this.

In 2010-11, India’s former captain MS Dhoni became the only captain to draw the test series in South Africa before that India lost every test series in South Africa would Rohit Sharma repeat the same heroics of MS Dhoni to draw the test series in South Africa or would there be another loss waits for the two times WTC finalists that remains to be seen. If India under Rohit Sharma’s captaincy register a test win in the second test match then he will match the unique record of MS Dhoni.

India and South Africa are going to play the last test match at Newlands Stadium, Cape Town, and they have an abysmal record at the venue with no wins registered so far in the test matches they played at the venue, but this is the best opportunity they have to kickstart their win account at Cape Town and stop South Africa from registering another test series win over them.

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