The third Test between India and South Africa will be played in Cape Town, fast bowler Marco Yanson is a big problem for the Indian batting order.
IND vs SA: Marco Yanson is a big problem for Indian batsmen in Cape Town
Third of the Test Series between India and South Africa (India vs South Africa, 3rd Test) And the last match will be played at Newlands Ground in Cape Town. Team India has a chance to create history in this match. The Indian team has never won a Test series in South Africa and is now on the verge of achieving this historic feat. Currently the series is tied at 1-1 and Cape Town (Cape Town Test) The dream of a series win can come true with an amazing performance in India. However, before fulfilling this dream, Team India had to Marco Jansen Whose havoc the balls have wreaked havoc on the entire Indian batting unit.
Marco Yanson has taken 12 wickets in 2 Tests played in this series. This left-arm fast bowler is at number two in terms of taking the most wickets. Yanson was instrumental in helping South Africa win the Johannesburg Test. In the second test, Yanson took 4 wickets in the first innings and 3 wickets in the second innings. In the first test too, Yanson took a total of 5 wickets. KL Rahul has kneeled twice in front of Yanson. Yanson has also shown the path to the pavilion to Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Mayank Agarwal and Rishabh Pant. It is clear that this bowler has become a canker for the Indian batsmen.
Marco Yanson is a huge threat in Cape Town!
Marco Yanson is a big threat to Team India in Cape Town, mainly because of his amazing line-length. Yanson continuously bowls outside the off-stump and one of his deliveries suddenly comes in which creates doubt in the mind of the batsman. However, Yanson takes wickets only on the ball going out. In this round, KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal appear to be quite trapped.
Marco Yanson’s height is 6 feet 8 inches and he takes full advantage of it. Yanson’s delivery has extra bounce and the Indian batsmen can’t even risk a pull shot against him. Rahane had tried in the first Test but he was out. Indian batsmen have been seen getting troubled by the tall bowlers in the past as well. Kyle Jameson of New Zealand is a great example of this.
Yanson is an aggressive bowler
Even though this is Marco Yanson’s debut Test series, it does not seem like it seeing him. He does not hesitate to engage with the senior players of India. He clashed with Bumrah during the Johannesburg Test and he was also seen showing eyes after dismissing Rahane at Centurion. It is clear that Yanson has both aggression and talent, Indian batsmen will have to do wonders in Cape Town.