Relive one of the great Test matches between South Africa and India when the two sides clashed at the Wanderers in a nail-biting finish on day five of the first Test in 2013.
With both teams refusing to give an inch, the home side was set a daunting target of 458 runs for victory. After a good start with the bat, it seemed the Proteas were going to go for it.
Centuries by Faf du Plessis and AB de Villiers gave the Proteas a good platform to reach their target but having lost their wickets and the match drawing to a close in the last session, caution started to kick in with the tailenders.
Vernon Philander and Dale Steyn decided to block it out and settle for the draw, leaving the Proteas only eight runs short.
They would, however, go on to win the second and final Test match of the series in Durban a week later.