Star Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah was happy to contribute to India's historic first-ever Test win over South Africa in Cape Town, 

which has also been recorded as the shortest-ever Test match in the history of the match. 

The second Test match between India and South Africa in Cape Town was the shortest in history, lasting only 107 overs. 

India registered a 7-wicket win in the Newlands Test to level the two-match Test series 1-1 in Cape Town. 

South Africa batted twice on the same day before bowling out India for 153 as a whopping 23 wickets fell on the opening day of the second Test. 

Another 10 wickets fell on Day 2 before India chased down 79 to win their first Test at the venue on their ninth tour of South Africa.  

The star pacer highlighted the successful transition the team has undergone and the ability to sustain their performance throughout the series.

Bumrah concluded by stating that the team would have opted to bat first as well if they had won the toss, but ultimately, they achieved the desired result.  

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