Come back dude Heinrich Klaassen Following Rassie Van der Dussen’s suit proved to be an unexpected hero with a career-best 81 as South Africa once again beat India by four wickets on a difficult pitch to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match T20I series here. Took the lead. Sunday. On a two-speed track where most batsmen struggled, Klaassen made it ridiculously easy as he hit seven fours and five sixes in his 46-ball innings to give his team a target of 149 off 10 balls. Got the rest.
The wicket-keeper-batsman, who was included in the squad as a forced replacement of the injured. Quentin de CockHe completed his fourth T20 fifty off 32 balls before hitting three sixes Yuzwinder Chahal To pursue in practice.
But that was not enough as they needed only three runs in the last two overs and form. David Miller (20 not out) completed the win, giving the Proteas a crucial 2-0 lead in the Vizag T20I on 14 June.
The visitors want to win their first bilateral T20 series in India.
Returning after more than seven months, Klaassen never stepped off the paddle and Bhuvneshwar drove his team out of the jungle after returning them to 29/3 inside the power playovers.
Klaassen shared a match-turning 64 off 41 balls with the first captain. Temba Booma (35) Before these forms, David Miller joined them.
A minor defense 149, the رشبھ پنت– Led by India, ‘Swing King’ made a great start thanks to a triple shock in successive overs of Bhubaneswar.
Bhuvneshwar, who looked out of place in Kotla T20I, returned to his element when he spun the ball inwards to clean up. Raza Hendricks In his first over
Earlier, it was difficult for the Indian batsmen to be limited to 148 for six against a tough bowling performance by South Africa.
Karthik, the team’s nominee ‘finisher’ (30 not out off 21 balls) hit two sixes and two fours to give a glimpse of honor yesterday.
Herschel Patel (12 not out off nine balls) gave them good company as they both improved the Indian run rate by scoring 36 runs in the last three overs to give them some respite.
Batting on a challenging track, the Indian batsmen struggled, leaving behind a short 45-run second-wicket partnership between Kishan and Shriyas Air.
Start bowling, Kagiso Rabada. Set the tone as soon as you make a breakthrough in your first over.
He set it up brilliantly. Raturaj Gaikwad (1) On the way to the miserly spell of 4-0-15-1 which included 13 dot balls to cleverly deceive the opener before mixing a filler with a barrage of short balls.
After a quiet start, it was Cushion (34 off 21 balls) who provided firepower in the power play, improving his run rate by hitting two sixes to Nortje.
Freshening up with his quick fifty in Kotla T20I, Kishan hit three sixes and two fours in the Square League region, relying on his pick-up shots.
But when the two looked strong, Nortje won the battle against the Mumbai Indians’ weak opener, short-pitched and fast-paced, and this time the left-hander mishandled his hook to get caught in the Deep Square League. Caught up with
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