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Dale Steyn took 5-23 as India was skittled out for 76, allowing South Africa to take control on the opening day of the second Test in Ahmedabad in which 14 wickets fell.

The Proteas needed just 20 overs before lunch to polish off India, which made its second-lowest total on home soil after electing to bat.

Harbhajan Singh gave India a glimmer of hope with three quick wickets either side of tea to peg back a strong South Africa response, but half-centuries from Jacques Kallis (60 not out) and AB De Villiers (59 not out) saw the Proteas reach 4-223 at the close of play, a lead of 147.

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