After the humiliating loss in the first Test game against New Zealand, team South Africa has made a fantastic comeback in the second game of the series.
Opting to bat first, South Africa didn’t only start well but stood for a century stand in the opening partnership for the first time in 10 years.
Captain Elgar and Sarel Erwee initiated a long-run partnership until the first wicket fell for South Africa at 111 runs.
Sarel Erwee was batting well and scored a brilliant century, helping team South Africa to dominate the first day of the Second Test.
Matt Henry sent Sarel Erwee back to the pavilion at the score of 108 runs.
At the score of 199, Aiden Markram along with in-form player Sarel was sent back to the pavilion and New Zealand was successful in taking 2 wickets back-to-back.