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India wins the series 2-1 and South Africa wins a consolation game. India was bowled out for 178 in their attempt to chase down an enormous 228. Dwaine Pretorius claimed 3 wickets, Wayne Parnell, Keshav Maharaj, plus Lungi Ngidi each claimed two. Thus, South Africa avoided a complete sweep by winning the series with a decisive 49-run victory.
India won both games in Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram to take the series 2-1. Dinesh Karthik topped all scorers for India with 46, followed by Deepak. Chahar, with a total of 31, had the individual total second-highest. Previously, South Africa produced a mammoth 227/3 as Rilee Rossouw ripped off an undefeated 48-ball 100, his first T20I century.
Gradual Shift of South Africa
In addition to Quinton de Kock, Rossouw also made a well-crafted fifty (68), as the Protease placed on an outstanding performance with the bat. The last flourish came from David Miller, who blasted three consecutive sixes off Deepak Chahar within the final over. India must score 228 points to win the series.
Tuesday, India’s skipper Rohit Sharma chose to bat first post winning the toss. He revealed that Virat Kohli, Virat KL Rahul, as well as Arshdeep Singh have been replaced by Umesh Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, and Mohammed Siraj in the team’s starting XI.
Although South Africa has already given up the series, they still want to triumph before the ODIs. Anrich Nortje took a break, and Dwaine Pretorius received a game as a result of the tourists’ one change.
From the standpoint of the series, it’s a meaningless match, but for the two teams, it’s an opportunity to adjust some things, get certain batters back in shape, and build confidence before the T20 World Cup, which begins in ten days.
About 400 runs were scored within Guwahati as India won the 3-match series. They have sidelined the in-form duo of Virat Kohli as well as KL Rahul with a 2-0 lead, although batting isn’t their current concern. Their weakness is their bowling, particularly in the final overs.
The performance of South Africa’s skipper Temba Bavuma and Rilee Rossouw is a cause for concern. Each has not yet scored. Both Quinton de Kock’s battling fifty and David Miller’s magnificent century in Guwahati were heartening developments for the Proteas. Tonight, they wanted to perform at their peak. South Africa defeats India by 49 runs.
In the end, India could not handle Rilee Rossouw’s unbroken 48-ball 100, and South Africa won consolation within Indore on Tuesday. Post India scored 237 for 3 in the previous game, the Proteas gave India a taste of their own medicine by amassing a massive 227 for 3 within 20 overs. Despite falling short by only 16 runs, South Africa provided a commendable performance in that chase.
India, nevertheless, was unable to repeat that today when given a sizable goal, folding for 178. Although there were some brilliant moments, such as Deepak Chahar’s 17-ball 31, Dinesh Karthik’s 21-ball 46, plus Rishabh Pant’s 14-ball 27, none of them was enough to carry India to victory.
India is currently getting ready for its travel to Australia in an effort to win back the T20 world championship after a 15-year absence. The final big event for the T20 World Cup has concluded.
3rd T20I IND vs SA Highlights
- As a result of Rilee Rossouw’s first T20I century, which helped South Africa reach 227, they avoided being destroyed and went on to win by 49 runs thanks to their strong bowling attack.
- Despite going all out in terms of run rate, the Indian side was able to hold the wicket during its pursuit. Dinesh Karthik led the team with 46 runs in just 21 balls. However, India managed to reach 178 in 18.3 overs thanks to the hard-hitting of Deepak Chahar as well as other tail-enders.
- Rilee Rossouw’s historic innings earlier during the evening, during which he scored his first T20I century, helped South Africa reach 227/3 in 20 overs.
- Third T20I between India and South Africa: India won the toss and elected to bowl.
- At the Holkar Stadium within Indore, Indian cricket captain Rohit Sharma elected to bowl first after winning the toss.
- Brazil versus India South Africa won the third T20I match by 49 runs.
- Before bowling India out for 178 runs, South Africa posted 227 for 3 here on board thanks to Rilee Rossouw’s 100 not out from 48 balls.
Player of the Match –This is Rilee Rossouw, who scored 100 runs off just 48 balls while hitting 7 fours and 8 sixes. After scouting two ducks in the final two games of the series, this strike came.
Player of the Series– Suryakumar Yadav, who scored 119 runs in 3 innings throughout this series is the player of the series. He gave an average of 59.5 as well as a strike rate of 195.08, second only to David Miller’s within the entire series.
South Africa triumphs—South Africa beat India by 49 runs there in a decisive T20I match to claim a 1-2 victory in the 3-match series. With the victory, South Africa avoided a complete sweep by ending the series 1-2. India collapsed in response to South Africa’s 227/3. India scored 178 runs despite their batting meltdown, with Dinesh Karthik leading the way with 46.