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India rips through South Africa early on day 4

 India's bowler Zaheer Khan, second from left, celebrates with fellow team members after taking a wicket South Africa's batsman Mark Boucher, unseen, ...
 India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, left, celebrates with fellow team members after dismissing South Africa's batsman Abraham Benjamin de Villiers, unsee...
 South Africa's batsman Jacques Kallis reacts as he leaves the field after being dismissed by India's bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, unseen, for 17 ...
 South Africa's batsman Jacques Kallis reacts as he leaves the field after being dismissed by India's bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, unseen, for 17 ...
 India's bowler Zaheer Khan, left, and fellow team member Wriddhiman Saha appeal for caught at short leg for South Africa's batsman Paul Harris, unsee...
 India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, third from left, celebrates with teammates as umpire Asad Rauf of Pakistan, left, signals a wicket fall of South Afri...
 India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, left, celebrates after dismissing South Africa's batsman Abraham Benjamin de Villiers, unseen, for 33 runs on the fou...

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India's bowler Zaheer Khan, second from left, celebrates with fellow team members after taking a wicket South Africa's batsman Mark Boucher, unseen, ...

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India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, left, celebrates with fellow team members after dismissing South Africa's batsman Abraham Benjamin de Villiers, unsee...

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South Africa's batsman Jacques Kallis reacts as he leaves the field after being dismissed by India's bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, unseen, for 17 ...

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South Africa's batsman Jacques Kallis reacts as he leaves the field after being dismissed by India's bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, unseen, for 17 ...

South Africa India Cricket

India's bowler Zaheer Khan, left, and fellow team member Wriddhiman Saha appeal for caught at short leg for South Africa's batsman Paul Harris, unsee...

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India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, third from left, celebrates with teammates as umpire Asad Rauf of Pakistan, left, signals a wicket fall of South Afri...

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India's bowler Harbhajan Singh, left, celebrates after dismissing South Africa's batsman Abraham Benjamin de Villiers, unseen, for 33 runs on the fou...

India picked up four South Africa wickets early on day four of the second test at Kingsmead on Wednesday to power toward a series-leveling victory and only a second test win in the country.
Zaheer Khan took two wickets and Shanthakumaran Sreesanth and Harbhajan Singh one each as South Africa struggled to 182-7 at lunch, still needing 121 to win.
Sreesanth produced a fast, bouncing delivery that Kallis (17) gloved to Virender Sehwag in the eighth over of the first session for India's breakthrough.
AB de Villiers (33) and Mark Boucher were both out lbw in the space of three overs and Zaheer (2-45) snapped up his second wicket when Dale Steyn edged to Cheteshwar Pujara in the slips.
Ashwell Prince, South Africa's last recognized batsman, was 28 not out.