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Matt Somerford
6th November 2015
Ravichandran Ashwin returned the 13th five-wicket haul of his career to turn the course of the first Test against South Africa in Mohali.
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5th November 2015
There was no shortage of wickets on the opening day of the first Test between India and South Africa in Mohali as the hosts were bowled out for 201 before reducing the tourists to 28 for two at stumps.
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25th October 2015
Quinton de Kock, Francois du Plessis and AB de Villiers all smashed brutal centuries as South Africa's mammoth 438 for four proved 214 runs too many for India in Chennai and handed the Proteas their first bilateral one-day international series win on those shores.
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22nd October 2015
India levelled the five-match one-day international series with South Africa at 2-2 with a 35-run victory in Chennai in which both Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers struck centuries.
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20th October 2015
Former India opening batsman Virender Sehwag has announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect.
Matt Somerford
18th October 2015
Quinton de Kock’s seventh one-day international century and four Morne Morkel wickets fired South Africa into a 2-1 series lead against India.
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15th October 2015
Left-arm seamer Zaheer Khan, India's fourth-highest Test wicket-taker, has announced his international retirement with immediate effect.
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14th October 2015
Mahendra Singh Dhoni's unbeaten 92 proved crucial as South Africa collapsed chasing just 248 to lose the second one-day international by 22 runs and allow India to level the series at 1-1.
David Clark
11th October 2015
Rohit Sharma and AB de Villiers exchanged centuries, but it was the South Africa skipper celebrating victory as his side beat India by five runs in the first one-day international in Kanpur.
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8th October 2015
The third and final Twenty20 international between India and South Africa was abandoned without a ball being bowled after rain in Kolkata.