Key Frames: India vs South Africa Third ODI at Rajkot

Dhoni lost his grip--literally as well--during the chase. Photo: Vivek Bendre
Morne Morkel (second from left) bowled exceptionally well on a placid track to finish with 4-39 (including a maiden) that got him the man of the match award. Photo: AP
Imaran Tahir bowled well in the last 10 overs of India, picking up the crucial wicket of Suresh Raina, when the match was still in India's control. Photo: PTI
Rohit Sharma once again gave India an attacking start, scoring a 74-ball 65. The Mumbaikar hit seven boundaries and two big sixes. Photo: AP
Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni put up a 80-run partnership for the third wicket. The duo ran well between the wickets. Photo: PTI
Virat Kohli looked in fine touch until he was done in by a Morne Morkel delivery in the 46th over. Kohli scored 77 off 99. Photo: PTI
Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis put up a 118-run partnership for the third wicket, laying a solid platform for South Africa in their last 10 overs. Photo: AP
The Indian spinners, led by Harbhajan Singh bowled well restricting the South Africans to 270 when they looked to score much more. Harbhajan finished with 1 for 41 in his 10 overs. Photo: PTI
Rapid Action Force personnel guard a street in Rajkot after Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti Conveyor Hardik Patel was arrested after threatening to disrupt the match. Photo: PTI