Dean Elgar, South Africa's captain, explained how the DRS issue aided his team in winning the cape town Test and clinching a historic series victory against India. Despite Team India's on-field eruption on the DRS call on Thursday, Elgar believed his team had a window to go after the score in the third Test. Kohli's behaviour was so egregious that even gautam gambhir slammed him.

The umpire's LBW ruling against the left-handed starter was reversed after HawkEye revealed the ball's trajectory passing past the stumps. It caused a rift in the indian camp, with Kohli, his backup KL Rahul, and veteran offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin criticising South African broadcasters "SuperSport" on the stump microphone. south africa were 60 for one in the 21st over of their 212-run chase at Newlands when Elgar was given a reprieve, but with the indian camp preoccupied with the DRS issue, the hosts moved on to collect 40 runs in the next 8 overs.

"Certainly, that afforded us a little bit of a window time, particularly yesterday (Thursday) for us to run a little more freer and clearly, chip away at the deficit or target that we required," Elgar said following their series-clinching seven-wicket triumph here on Friday. "It played perfectly into our hands and functioned well in our hands. For a while, they seemed to have forgotten about the sport and were focusing on the emotional part of Test cricket."

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