IND 134/9 (20.0ov)
SA 140/1 (16.5ov)
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South Africa beat India by 9 wickets

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  • 16.5KPandya to TBavuma

    6
    SIX! Well, If you don't allow the single to win the game, Bavuma will seal it with a six. Shortish ball on middle, Bavuma stays back and hammers this over the long on fence for a maximum. SOUTH AFRICA WIN BY 9 WICKETS AND DRAW THE SERIES 1-1.
  • 16.4KPandya to TBavuma

    .
    Quicker one on the pads, Bavuma works it towards square leg and looks for a run. Jadeja there hares at the ball and makes sure the batters do not get the winning run with ball in his stride. Excellent work, even after knowing the result. 100 percent commitment.
  • 16.3KPandya to TBavuma

    2
    Flighted ball on off, Bavuma sweeps it fine down the leg side for a couple.
  • 16.2KPandya to TBavuma

    .
    Flatter one on middle, blocked nicely.
  • 16.1KPandya to deKock

    1
    Shortish one, de Kock goes to pull but gets it off the higher part of the bat towards long on for a run.
  • 15.6RJadeja to deKock

    1
    Quicker one around off, worked through mid-wicket for a single by QdK.
  • 15.5RJadeja to TBavuma

    1
    On middle, Bavuma sweeps it behind square leg for a single.
  • 15.4RJadeja to deKock

    1
    Fuller one on the leg stump, nudged towards fine leg for a single.
  • 15.3RJadeja to TBavuma

    1
    Shortish length, punched through covers for a run.
  • 15.2RJadeja to TBavuma

    .
    Fires this one around off and makes it turn away from the batter. Bavuma is beaten all ends up.
  • 15.1RJadeja to TBavuma

    .
    Goes for the reverse sweep but finds the point fielder. This was a quicker one on middle.
  • 14.6KPandya to TBavuma

    1
    Bavuma now retains strike as he guides it through point.
  • 14.5KPandya to deKock

    1
    50-run stand up! Another good one and this stand has ensured South Africa's win. De Kock works this through mid-wicket and gets to the other end.
  • 14.4KPandya to deKock

    6
    SIX! That made a cracking sound off the bat. 5th maximum for de Kock. This is a risk free shot. With the turn, the slog sweep, it is right off the middle and into the mid-wicket stand. 10 more needed.
  • 14.3KPandya to TBavuma

    1
    On middle, this is worked through mid-wicket for one.
  • 14.2KPandya to deKock

    1
    The batsman rocks onto the back foot and punches the ball. One run added to the total.
  • 14.1KPandya to deKock

    4
    FOUR! De Kock scoring boundaries at will now. This is floated up outside off. De Kock goes down on one knee and lofts it over the cover fielder for a boundary.
  • 13.6RJadeja to TBavuma

    .
    Fuller around off, Bavuma goes for a reverse sweep but can't connect
  • 13.5RJadeja to TBavuma

    .
    Beaten this time. A fullish length ball, closer to the off pole. Bavuma plays down the line of the ball but misses.
  • 13.4RJadeja to TBavuma

    .
    In the air... Just short of the cover fielder. Maybe the ball stopped a bit in the air as Bavuma's drive goes uppishly towards cover.
  • 13.3RJadeja to deKock

    1
    On the pads this time, QdK looks to flick but can't connect it well. It lands short of the fine leg fielder. They taken on.
  • 13.2RJadeja to TBavuma

    1
    On middle again, Bavuma goes back and sweeps it through square for an easy single.
  • 13.1RJadeja to TBavuma

    2
    Flighted ball around middle, Bavuma paddle sweeps it towards fine leg for a couple.
  • 12.7HPandya to TBavuma

    1
    A single to end as this is worked through mid-wicket.
  • 12.6HPandya to deKock

    1
    One more short ball on off, this is pulled to deep square leg for one.
  • 12.5HPandya to deKock

    .
    Angles this one on off from around the wicket. It is kept out.
  • 12.4HPandya to deKock

    4
    FOUR! De Kock wants to end this early now. A boundary after the biggie. This is full and outside off. De Kock lofts it over covers and bags a boundary.
  • 12.3HPandya to deKock

    6
    SIX! He has picked the bones out of that one. Once again this is bowled right in de Kock's zone. Short and on middle, de Kock pulls it with utmost ease over the square leg fence.
  • 12.2HPandya to deKock

    WD
    Way too short and outside off. It is left alone. Wided.
  • 12.1HPandya to deKock

    .
    Shorter and outside off, this is slapped to covers.
  • 11.6NSaini to TBavuma

    .
    Good length ball around off, blocked towards point. Another 10 run over for the visitors.
  • 11.5NSaini to TBavuma

    4
    FOUR! Poor ball and got the treatment it deserved. This is full toss on the pads, Bavuma this time flicks it through mid-wicket and the ball races to the fence. Rohit seemed unhappy there as he pointed something to the bowler.
  • 11.4NSaini to TBavuma

    4
    FOUR! Up and over! Good length ball around off, Bavuma shuffles towards the leg side and lifts it over the cover fieldsman for a boundary.
  • 11.3NSaini to TembaBavuma

    2
    On the pads this time, flicked for a couple through square leg.
  • 11.2NSaini to TBavuma

    .
    Excellent stop from Rohit Sharma! Superb anticipation reflex. Good length ball outside off, Bavuma looks to drive but gets an outside edge. The ball looked to be racing towards the third man fence but Rohit Sharma at first slip dives to his right and stops.
  • 11.1NSaini to TBavuma

    .
    Fuller one to start with. It is on off, Bavuma drives it straight back to the bowler.
  • 10.7HPandya to deKock

    .
    A dot to end an action-packed over. 10 runs and a wicket from it. Short and outside off, de Kock looks to upper cut it but misses.
  • 10.6HPandya to deKock

    4
    FOUR! Fifty for de Kock, h gets there in style. Consecutive fifties for him and it is his 4th in T20Is. He is really relishing the role of becoming a skipper with the bat. He though would want to continue and probably hit the winning runs which levels the series. He goes inside out to get to the milestone. It is full and outside off. De Kock lofts it over covers and it races away to the fence.
  • 10.5HPandya to deKock

    WD
    WIDE! Another slower one outside off, this one grips off the surface and turns away too. It goes outside the tramline and it is wided.
  • 10.4HPandya to deKock

    .
    On off, this is pushed to covers.
  • 10.3HPandya to deKock

    4
    FOUR! Too easy for de Kock. Shorter and on the body, de Kock swivels and pulls it through backward square leg for a boundary. The Indian bowlers have bowled too short to him today and that has played in his hands.
  • 10.2HPandya to TBavuma

    1
    On the fuller side around off, Bavuma looks to drive but it goes off the outside edge. The batters feel it is a boundary and hence do not run. The third man fielder makes a brilliant stop as he covers a lot of ground to his left, dives and stops it. A single is taken in the end.
  • 10.1HPandya to RHendricks

    W
    OUT! That is a stunning catch from Kohli. We saw him take one brilliant catch in the second T20I to dismiss de Kock, this time it is one to dismiss his opening partner. A wicket at last for the Indians but maybe it is a little too late. The bowling change has worked wonders for the Indian side. Pandya makes an impact straightaway. This is short and on middle, it sticks in the surface. Hendricks is early in the shot. He ends up mistiming the shot. It lobs towards mid on where the fielder runs to his right, dives forward and takes it inches above the ground. Finally the crowd has something to cheer about. Also, let me remind you, it was Kohli's brilliant catch in the last game which shifted momentum, are we in for something similar here?
  • 9.6KPandya to RHendricks

    1
    One more single to end! On middle, it is worked towards short fine leg for one. 59 more needed in 10 overs.
  • 9.5KPandya to deKock

    1
    Looks to go big as he brings out the slog sweep. Due to the slowness of the wicket, he is a touch early in the shot. It goes off the inner half through mid-wicket for one.

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