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Updated: February 7, 2010 17:05 IST

South Africa declares innings at 558/6; India 25/0

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South African batsmen Hashim Amla (R) and Jacques Kallis cross for a run on the first day of the first Test match against India at the VCA stadium in Nagpur on Saturday.
PTI South African batsmen Hashim Amla (R) and Jacques Kallis cross for a run on the first day of the first Test match against India at the VCA stadium in Nagpur on Saturday.

India was 25-0 in its first innings at stumps on day two, after South Africa declared its first innings at 558-6 in the first Test at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium.

Scoreboard

Graeme Smith b Khan 6

Ashwell Prince c Dhoni b Khan 0

Hashim Amla not out 253

Jacques Kallis c Vijay b Singh 173

A.B. de Villiers c Badrinath b Sehwag 53

Jean—Paul Duminy lbw b Singh 9

Mark Boucher c Mishra b Khan 39

Extras: (8b, 8lb, 9nb) 25

TOTAL: (for 6 wickets declared) 558.

Overs: 176.

Fall of wickets: 1—5, 2—6, 3—346, 4—454, 5—476, 6—554.

Did not bat: Paul Harris, Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel, Wayne Parnell.

Bowling: Zaheer Khan 31—7—96—3 (4nb), Ishant Sharma 28—4—85—0, Harbhajan Singh 46—1—166—2, Amit Mishra 53—5—140—0 (5nb), Virender Sehwag 18—1—55—1. India, 1st Innings=

Gautam Gambhir not out 12

Virender Sehwag not out 9

Extras: (4b) 4

TOTAL: (for no wicket) 25.

Overs: 4

Still to bat: Murali Vijay, Sachin Tendulkar, Subramaniam Badrinath, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Wriddhiman Saha, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma.

Bowling: Dale Steyn 2—0—8—0, Morne Morkel 2—0—13—0.

Umpires: Ian Gould, England, and Steve Davis, Australia.

TV Umpire: Amish Saheba, India. Match Referee: Andy Pycroft, Zimbabwe.

Toss: won by South Africa.

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