Elgar and South Africa pacers flatten India inside three days
Only Kohli's 76 offered any resistance during India's second innings, which lasted a mere 34.1 overs and featured nine single-digit scores
South Africa 408 (Elgar 185, Jansen 84*, Bedingham 56, Bumrah 4-69) beat India 245 (Rahul 101, Rabada 5-59) and 131 (Kohli 76, Burger 4-33, Jansen 3-36) by an innings and 32 runs
A fast-forward Test match came to a fast-forward end as South Africa rolled India over inside three days to secure victory by an innings and 32 runs. And boy, did they have fun doing it.
Nandre Burger and his team-mates broke into a smile. He had found so much movement that the ball ended up in the hands of first slip. India had spent 108.4 overs searching for help like that.
Wiaan Mulder threw his head into the turf. He thought he had dropped Virat Kohli. But really what happened was the ball had moved so sharply it beat the leading edge as the batter tried to play a flick shot and bounced off his thigh towards first slip.