CAPE TOWN: Indian skipper Virat Kohli did not create historical past to turn into the first-ever Indian captain to win a Test collection in South Africa when his group misplaced the third match Friday.
Keegan Petersen hit 82 and arrange a collection win for South Africa on the fourth day of the ultimate Test in opposition to India at Newlands in Cape Town.
South Africa, sixth within the International Cricket Council Test rankings, beat top-ranked India by seven wickets to clinch the three-match collection 2-1.
It was a tense chase, with South Africa having to work for almost each run after being set to make 212 on a pitch which gave help to the quick bowlers.
Petersen, on 59, survived an easy probability to Cheteshwar Pujara at first slip off Jasprit Bumrah within the seventh over of the day.
Petersen went on so as to add 23 extra helpful runs as he and Rassie van der Dussen (41 not out) placed on 54 runs after resuming on the in a single day 101 for 2.
Van der Dussen and Temba Bavuma (32 not out) took South Africa to victory 35 minutes after lunch with an unbeaten stand of 57.
South Africa appeared up in opposition to it after India stormed to victory within the first Test earlier than the hosts levelled in Johannesburg to go on for a memorable collection success.