Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj claimed 10 wickets as India A registered an innings and 30 runs win over South Africa in the first unofficial test that concluded on Tuesday.

Siraj includes figures of 5 for 56 runs in the first innings and then took another five-wicket haul in the second innings as the Proteas were all out for 308 runs in 128.5 overs.

However, It took 88.5 overs for team India to get final 6 wickets on the final day. For SA, Rubi Second (94) and Shaun Von Berg (50) added 119 runs for the six wickets.

Earlier, Indian openers Mayank Agarwal scored his double ton (220 runs) and Prithvi Shaw scored 136 runs as India declare 584/8 in 129.4 overs.

Siraj claims 10 wickets as India A beat South Africa A

Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj claimed 10 wickets as India A registered an innings and 30 runs win over South Africa in the first unofficial test on Tuesday.

Siraj includes figures of 5 for 56 runs in the first innings and then took another five-wicket haul in the second innings as the Proteas were all out for 308 runs in 128.5 overs.

However, It took 88.5 overs for team India to get final 6 wickets on the final day. For SA Rubi Second (94) and Shaun Von Berg (50) added 119 runs for the six wickets.

Earlier, Indian openers Mayank Agarwal scored his double ton (220 runs) and Prithvi Shaw scored 136 runs as India declare 584/8 in 129.4 overs.

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