Hello friends South African team opener Dean Elgar will no longer be able to bat in this match in the third and final Test match of the series being played in Ranchi. Dean Elgar suffered a head injury after which he was ruled out of the Test match. A second batsman will now bat to replace Dean Elgar.
In fact, in the second innings after the follow-on, South African team's opening batsman Dean Elgar was hit in the 10th over by Umesh Yadav's sharp bouncer head, after which he fell to the ground. After this, the umpire inquired about his condition and immediately Fijio was called. Indian players also reached a state of concern, because sometimes such bouncers become very deadly.
Teams were called for tea after the incident before tea, and later Dean Elgar did not take the field to bat. Dane Pete came out to bat in place of Dean Elgar, who scored a century in the first match. Shortly after, their concussion option was announced. Thunnus Dibrien will now bat to replace Dean Elgar.