New Delhi: It was a frustrating day for cricketers and cricket lovers, as rain played spoilsport in Bengaluru on Day 2 of the India-South Africa Test.
Virat Kohli's men were in a strong position after stumps on Day 1 and were eager to bat the Proteas out of the match on Sunday.
However, persistent rain made sure not a single delivery was bowled.
With no action on the field, members of both teams kept themselves engaged in the dressing room with a variety of activities.
According to a report in DNA newspaper, some of the players were hooked on to the TV, as they watched New Zealand's reply to Australia in the Perth Test.
Some from the South African camp were busy reading books, while others played some indoor games.
Music gave company to Indian players, as some of them narrated old tales and shared a laugh.