Johannesburg, Jan 15 (Agencies): South Africa lost opener Hashim Amla early-on in the run-chase as Munaf Patel got him to edge one into the gloves of MS Dhoni at a score of four runs.

In the first half of the match, a below ordinary performance in front of a contrasting home-team effort saw India wrap-up at a paltry 190 runs, almost three overs short of the stipulated quota.

Wickets tumbled aplenty at Johannesburg as South Africa came up with a formidable challenge for the Indian batsmen, drying up the runs and making it tougher with wickets every now and then.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe towered above the Indian batsmen, claiming four wickets in his quota of ten overs, giving just 22 runs in the process. He orchestrated the South African dominance over the visitors and the rest of the bowlers were equally lethal, making sure that no partnerships built-up.