India set 297 runs target for South Africa to win in a crucial match of World Cup 2011 being played at Nagpur Saturday. India lost momentum soon after centurion Sachin Tendulkar (111) got out in the 40th over as they lost five wickets in quick succession against South Africa in their World Cup clash at the VCA stadium in Nagpur.India lost momentum soon after centurion Sachin Tendulkar (111) got out in the 40th over as they lost five wickets in quick succession against South Africa in their World Cup clash at the VCA stadium in Nagpur. Virat Kohli (1) and Yuvraj Singh (12) got out in consecutive overs to add to Indias misery as South African put a break to their march. South African pacer Dale Steyn dismissed Yusuf Pathan (0) and Gambhir (69) in one over to halt Indias run charge. Steyn double-strike came soon after Morne Morkel got rid of centurion Sachin Tendulkar (111) in the previous over. Before walking back to pavilion, Tendulkar raced to his record sixth World Cup hundred off just 92 balls as India continued to dominate South Africa on Saturday.