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South Africa and India drew their series in 2010-11, but it could so very well have been a victory for India if it weren't for Kallis scoring not one, but two hundreds in one game.
India won the toss and elected to field, something which proved to be a good decision as the hosts stumbled to 362 all out in their innings. Just two players managed to pass 50, Kallis being one of them with a steady 161 off 291 balls.
India responded in similar fashion, posting 364 all out in reply, meaning South Africa needed a big second innings total to keep them in the game.
Once again just two players managed something of significance with the bat. Just two passed the 50-run mark, Kallis and Mark Boucher.
Kallis stood firm for his unbeaten 109 off 240 to help South Africa to 341 all out. That knock included memorable reverse sweeps off Harbhajan Singh, a slight reminder that Kallis, sometimes, can be as entertaining as he is effective.