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Lugin Ngidi told this special strategy of bowling against India

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  • 25-year-old Ngidi could not take a single wicket in the first innings
  • Ngidi also spoke about the mistakes made by his team on Tuesday

South African pacer Lungi Ngidi on Wednesday said his team’s plan will be to bowl well with consistent line and length on the third day of the second Test against India at Wanders. South Africa dismissed openers KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal after a 27-run lead, but could not get rid of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane on the second day.

Before the start of the third day, Ngidi said, “It’s a game of patience. To keep it consistent, that’s the plan today. Let the batsmen play as much as possible and keep it simple, that’s what we’ll do.”

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Emphasizing the importance of consistent line and length, Ngidi also spoke about the mistakes committed by his team on Tuesday.

“We bowled well on the second day, so we need to be patient and stick to our line and length. This will put pressure on the Indian batsmen,” he said.

Ngidi, 25, could not take a single wicket in the first innings. He said that the bowling plans on the third day will have to be consistent with patience.

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