Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal make history in India's 124-run win

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Opener Smriti Mandhana smashed a career-best 135, and seamer Jhulan Goswami became the first bowler to 200 ODI wickets in women's cricket, as India soared to a series win, with one match remaining, in Kimberley.

Kohli reaffirmed his status as an ODI great with an unbeaten 160 off 159 balls on a challenging surface, propelling India to 303 for six. However, if the hosts wanted some inspiration to make a comeback in the series, then their record at Newlands will cheer them up as they played 33 ODI games and managed to win 28 matches at the venue and their win percentage is nearly 85.

In terms of team changes, South Africa could employ Klaasen at the top of the order alongside Hashim Amla.

Deepti Sharma also claimed two wickets as pacer Jhulan Goswami became the first female cricketer to take 200 ODI wickets. "Now we want to increase our intensity even more to close that door". South Africa started the chase on a promising note with captain Aiden Markram (32) and JP Duminy (51) sharing a 78-run stand for the second wicket.

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Indian wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav again bamboozled the South African batsmen, taking four for 46 and four for 23 respectively. For South Africa, time is running out, and they will have to figure out a way to counter Chahal and Yadav to harbour hopes of staying alive.

That gives them 21 of the 27 South Africa wickets that have fallen to bowlers in the three matches. But the young Aiden Markram, who bravely accepted the captaincy duties would wonder what hit his team the hardest at Centurion- the batting tumble, the injury worry or their spinners' inability to hit the right lengths.

Kohli (on 0*) survived an early lbw shout off Kagiso Rabada (1-54) in the third over.

The Proteas were off to the flawless start when Kagiso Rabada had the risky Rohit Sharma caught by Heinrich Klaasen for a duck with the last ball of the first over.

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In the middle of all the drama, Kohli kept his calm to bring up his 34th ODI century off 119 balls, when he flicked Duminy behind leg for two runs.

South Africa, however, have a fantastic record at the Newlands. It's more a question of getting the big runs and winning the key moments in the game, which hasn't happened for them twice in a row.

The hosts were required to make the highest successful run chase in ODIs at Newlands.

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