India v South Africa: Hosts secure record 11th straight home Test series win

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India thrashed South Africa by an innings and 137 runs to secure a record 11th straight home Test series win.
India enforced the follow-on and eliminated opener Aiden Markram for a duck with the traffic trailing after the first innings by 326.
South Africa slipped into 129-7.
Vernon Philander (37) and Keshav Maharaj (22) resisted until India took the last three wickets for two runs on to dismiss the people for 189.
Fast bowler Umesh Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja both claimed three wickets, with off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin.
World number one facet India have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series heading in the last Test in Ranchi, which begins on 19 October.
The streak of consecutive Test series wins at home of india started in February 2013 with success over Australia. England were the last side to acquire a series on Indian land in December 2012.
They transcend 10 successive home Test series wins held by Australias record – whove done it between January 2001 and November 1994, and then again between July 2004 and December 2008.
As well as Philander and Maharajs eight-wicket stand of 56, only opener Dean Elgar (48) and number five Temba Bavuma (38) dug in, with the remainder of South Africas batsmen failing to reach double figures.
Maharaj and philander had also combined to get a rack of 109 as South Africa may only make 275 in reply.
India extend their lead over New Zealand in the top of the ICC World Test Championship, with four wins out of four.
South Africa, ranked next remain scoreless at the table following two defeats.
The Proteas next Test series can see them host England for four games in January and December.
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