On Thursday, Team India made an uncomfortable record by getting bowled out for 198 runs in two of their third friendly matches against South Africa. India scored 223 runs in the first inning, but couldn’t even get to 200 in the second. In the first inning, the Virat Kohli-led team lost all ten wickets in the catch. This was India’s second repeated feat, and it was the first time in test cricket history that they lost all 20 wickets in a catch. Only five times in the history of test cricket has the side lost 19 wickets in catches. It first happened during the 1982/83 England-Australia match in Brisbane. In the 2009-10 bilateral series between Pakistan and Australia, the side lost 19 wickets in a catch for the second time. On their third catch in the 2010-11 match between India and South Africa, the side lost 19 wickets.