Amla's dogged unbeaten 23 off 207 balls took South Africa to 72 for 2 in 72 overs as the visitors look to avoid the ignominy of a 3-0 series defeat.
Asked if they have managed to rattle the in-form Indian spinners, 25 year old Bavuma replied, "I wouldn’t say rattled, but we’ve managed to sustain the pressure that they put on us. In all fairness, this wicket was better than all the other three wickets. I didn’t play in the other three matches but from the side, this one was better. We’ve managed to hold them back and hopefully tomorrow we can carry on with the same."
For him, the other batsmen will have to follow the Amla-AB model of defending although it will be tough to defend for another 90 overs.
"It’s a tough ask. Asking the guys to bat out 90 overs! It will be Day 5, so you’re expecting the wicket to deteriorate even more. But we have the experience and we have the skill. Whatever happens we’ll be going down fighting,” he added.
"Hashim has laid down his mark. AB’s also there and we still have Faf (du Plessis) and Dane Vilas. So we’ll definitely be carrying the spirit into tomorrow and trying our best to try and salvage a draw out of this game," said the pint-sized opener.

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