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It was a historic drawn Test Series for India as they could never achieve this feat in their previous tours of South Africa who could only take three wickets on the final day.

Jacques Kallis remained unconquered on 109 (from 240 balls with 8 fours) to leave India a daunting target of 340 runs on the final day of the Cape Town Test on a wearing pitch.

If the rest of the Test matches around the world all through 2011 can be half as exciting as the third day of the third Test match at Newlands in Cape Town, then, there cannot be too much doubt that the Test match cricket is here to stay.

Cricket Live Scores: The deciding Test between India and South Africa is at a razor's edge as both sides have equal chance to go ahead and firm up their position on the fourth day of the Newlands Test on Wednesday.

South Africa are under pressure at 52 for 2 in 16 overs by the close of play on Day 3 in their second innings. Harbhajan Singh struck twice in the last 10 minutes of play to tilt the match in India's favour.

Ind Vs SA 3rd Test: Sachin Tendulkar reached his 51st test century on Tuesday with a top-edged hook for six on the third day of the third and deciding test between India and South Africa.

Ind vs SA 3rd Test: South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis battled through the pain barrier to stroke a century on Monday but his heroics mean he is unlikely to play any further part in the third and final test against India.

Sreesanth brought India back in the third Test at Cape Town by taking two wickets in two balls that of Prince and Boucher to leave SA at a precarious 262 for 6.

Hosts South Africa finished Day 1 at a solid looking 232 for 4 in 74 overs to hold the advantage over India ever so slightly.