In cricket news, something unusual happened during the India vs. South Africa match. India made history by losing six wickets in a row without scoring any runs. This surprising turn of events got a funny reaction from Ravi Shastri.

The second Test match between India and South Africa had a crazy first day, with a total of 23 wickets falling. First, India bowled out South Africa for just 55 runs. Then, during India’s turn to bat, they were looking good at 153/4, but suddenly everything went wrong.

Lungi Ngidi took three wickets in the 34th over, changing the game’s momentum. In the very next over, Kagiso Rabada dismissed Virat Kohli, Mohammed Siraj got run out, and Prasidh Krishna edged the ball to slips. India lost six wickets without adding a single run in just 11 balls, creating a lot of surprises worldwide.

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Ravi Shastri, who was commenting on the match, summed up the situation in a funny way. He said, “Yes, 153/4, 153 all out. If someone went around the corner for a break and has come back, India has been bowled out for 153!” This comment went viral, and everyone had a good laugh.

On the first day, both teams set unwanted records. The first innings of India and South Africa lasted only 349 balls, which is the second shortest in 147 years of Test cricket. South Africa’s score of 55 was their lowest in almost 100 years, and India’s six ducks were the most for any team in one innings. South Africa’s first innings total was also the lowest against India.

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At the end of Day 1, South Africa lost three more wickets in their second innings. They are still 36 runs away from making India bat again.