Team India made these 4 mistakes, otherwise score would be 200 runs, no.1 is big mistake
The third and final T20 of the 3-match T20 series played between India and South Africa was played at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. In which Indian team captain Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to bat first.
The Indian team, batting first, scored 134 runs at the loss of 9 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs. Shikhar Dhawan scored the highest score of 36 from India. If the Indian team did not make four big mistakes in this match, then the score could have crossed 200 runs.
Rishabh Pant's frequent flop was the biggest mistake in this match, Rishabh Pant could not do anything special in the second T20 match but after Shikhar Dhawan was out in this match, a lot was expected from Rishabh Pant but he was just 18 He was run out and scored
India's opener batsman Rohit Sharma's early dismissal in this match was the second biggest mistake, after being dismissed early in the second T20 match, a lot of expectations were being expected from Rohit Sharma in this match but he was hopeful Unable to live up and was dismissed by just 9 runs
Despite getting off to a great start in this match, Shikhar Dhawan's dismissal was the third biggest mistake, with Shikhar Dhawan scoring 36 runs in 25 balls with the help of 4 fours and 2 sixes. Had Shikhar Dhawan managed to play a brilliant innings, India's score could have crossed 200 runs
Captain Virat Kohli, who was the hero of the Indian team's victory in the second T20 match, was expected to have a great innings in this match but was dismissed by 9 runs. Virat Kohli could have crossed the 200-run mark if Virat Kohli had batted well after both the openers were dismissed early.