R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja are certainly enjoying themselves aren't they? On a morning when wickets fell away quicker than an ice cream melting in 35degree heat, Ashwin and Jadeja bamboozled the South Africa batsmen to such an extent that, in the end, you almost felt it was unfair.

How good India's 215 first innings score was always going to depend on how well South Africa played in the first innings, and after getting bowled out for 79, that total looks outstanding.

The South Africa batsmen have blamed themselves for the manner in which they have batted in this Test series, and while there were some poor shots in this first innings, there were some ridiculously good balls in there as well.

Take the first over from Ashwin for instance. The first ball – pitched on off, and just turning away, beating Dean Elgar's bat on its way to the wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha's gloves. The next three deliveries were like pressing the replay button, as all three after that also beat Elgar's bat in similar fashion. The next thing to do was probably sneaking in the straighter one to catch Elgar off guard. Ashwin, though, bowled that carom ball, which pitched well outside off, and then just tailed-in to the left-hander, who managed to inside edge it through to his stumps.

From there, it was a nightmare for South Africa, even beyond the kind they would have feared while going to sleep in their hotel rooms overnight. Ashwin had Amla packing, before Jadeja dismissed the man every opponent wants to see the back of – AB De Villiers.

Faf Du Plessis, at least, got to double figures for the first time in this series, before deciding that was enough and throwing his wicket away, and only JP Duminy really showed a stomach for the fight; the determination needed to weather this spin storm.

Had it not been for Duminy's 35, South Africa's first innings total would have been a lot more embarrassing.

India then didn't do too well either with the bat, getting bowled out for 173, as Imran Tahir picked up a five-for and Morne Morkel showed those great reverse-swing bowling skills again.

Watch all the wickets and highlights of Day 2 HERE

Watch AB De Villiers get out for a duck HERE

Watch the funny moment when Ian Gould fails to get out of the way in time HERE

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