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India vs South Africa: Debutant Lungi Ngidi demolishes India; see photos

India collapsed to 151 all out on the final day of the second Test to lose the series in South Africa on Wednesday.

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

Debutant Lungi Ngidi took six wickets as South Africa defeated India by 135 runs to claim victory in the second Test in Pretoria on Wednesday and also win the series with an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match contest. Seamer Ngidi, 21, recorded figures of 6/39, his best in first class cricket, as South Africa bowled out India for 151 just before lunch. (Source: AP)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

The defeat ended a run of nine straight series wins for top-ranked India, was its first series loss in three years, and left it facing a first whitewash in six years. (Source: AP)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

India resumed the final day on 35 for three chasing a victory target of 287, having been dealt a huge blow the evening before when Ngidi bagged the wicket of captain Virat Kohli (5). (Source: AP)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

India's slender hopes were dealt a further set-back when Cheteshwar Pujara (19) became the first Indian player ever to be run out twice in a Test. (Source: Reuters)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

Rohit Sharma (47) took the attack to the bowlers before he was magnificently caught at fine leg by De Villiers off Rabada attempting a hook. (Source: AP)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

The innings wrapped up quickly after that, as Mohammed Shami (28) was caught by Morkel off Ngidi and Jasprit Bumrah spooned a catch to Vernon Philander at mid-off to hand the youngster his sixth wicket and debut match figures of 7/90. (Source: AP)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

Hardik Pandya (6) was caught by De Kock off Ngidi. (Source: AP)

India vs South Africa, 2nd Test

Lungi Ngidi also induced an edge from Ravichandran Ashwin (3) to the wicketkeeper to leave India reeling at 87 for seven. (Source: AP)