India vs SA, Delhi: Day Five in pictures

After facing stern resistance from Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers, India ran through the lower half of South Africa's batting order to secure a 337-run win at Feroz Shah Kotla. With this result, India took a 3-0 series win, and climbed up to No. 2 in the Test rankings.

India found some hope in their winning endeavour in the morning as Hashim Amla, who had blocked incessantly on the fourth day, was dismissed for a 244-ball 25 by Ravindra Jadeja in the morning session. Photo: AP
AB de Villiers defended with resolve to blunt India's attack. Photo: AP
South Africa suffered two blows in the post-lunch session when No. 5 Faf du Plessis and No. 6 JP Duminy were dismissed. Duminy fell lbw to Ravichandran Ashwin for a 12-ball duck. Photo: AP
A flurry of wickets ensued in the post-tea session, beginning with the wicket of South Africa's wicketkeeper Dane Vilas. Photo: AP
AB de Villiers' wicket in the next over, off Ashwin, gave a severe blow to South Africa's chances of securing a draw, as it exposed the tail. Photo: AP
India wrapped up the Test without much delay. Ashwin finished with five wickets. Photo: AP
The 337-run win gave India a 3-0 series win over the top-ranked South Africa. India moved to the second spot in the rankings. Photo: PTI
Virat Kohli collected his second series win as captain, in the two series he has captained. This was the first series win at home under him. Photo: AP