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India and South Africa played out a highly entertaining draw at Johannesburg.While India would have been disappointed not to close out the game after

Ever since the Johannesburg Test ended in a draw, there has been plenty of criticism as well as praise of the manner in which South Africa played out the last 15 minutes

Honestly, it was only a matter of time. Jacques Kallis, the most complete cricketer of the modern era, has announced his retirement from the five- day game at the end of the Boxing Day Test against India.

Ever since the Johannesburg Test ended in a draw, there has been plenty of criticism as well as praise of the manner in which South Africa played out the last 15 minutes of the chase.

India and South Africa played out a highly entertaining draw at Johannesburg. While India would have been disappointed not to close out the game after dominating it for nearly four days, they still took plenty of positives out of the game.

The first Test of the series between India and South Africa at Johannesburg had everything -- drama, lots of emotion and great fight backs from both sides.

Over the last decade, many pundits have been worried about the future of the five-day game; some have even suggested playing Tests in the night to revive interest in the format.

The First Test at Johannesburg ended in a thrilling draw with South Africa falling just 8 runs short of creating a new record for the highest ever run chase.

During the incredible first Test between India and South Africa at the Wanderers, veteran left-arm seamer Zaheer Khan became the fourth Indian to claim 300 or more wickets in a Test match.