That brings us to end of today's coverage. At one stage it felt like India are in huge trouble with Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis batting beautifully. But then the collapse happened and India bounced back in the game. This is not a 269/6 wicket and the hosts ideally shouldn't have lost so many wickets, but their captain is still batting at the centre with Keshav Maharaj, who played responsibly in the first Test and scored some important runs. But the question is can Faf and Co do that? Or will India skittle the South Africans out under 320-325? We will find out tomorrow. Till then, its time to say goodbye. Take care!