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IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday

IND vs SA: First things first for the first time ever, India has defeated South Africa at home in a T20I series after taking another bilateral series. It’s a significant occurrence. Rarely does South Africa go into a series with high hopes.

But they were successful this time. They seemed to have checked off the majority of the boxes and were succeeding. Even better, they came early to set up. They have, however, been utterly and thoroughly turned over.

While there was a cheap bundling out in Trivandrum, Guwahati is currently taking a significant beating. This second inning was essentially ceremonial. Quinton had a horrible stay in which he batted through the innings but just couldn’t get going, while Bavuma was completely lost and Rossouw was out early.

David Miller continued to swing and strike from the middle, but sadly, it was all too little and too isolated in the face of India’s formidable defense. However, despite the 16-run differential giving the impression that the game was close, it wasn’t. The Proteas were never there.

IND vs SA: Breakdown of the 19th Over by Arshdeep Singh

IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday
IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday

18.1 – Low full toss from Arshdeep Singh to Miller, no ball, 1 run; blasted to deep mid-wicket. Singh keeps advancing his illness. Leg-cleared heave from Arshdeep Singh to de Kock for 1 run, dropped at deep mid-wicket. However, it doesn’t matter because it was a free-hit.

18.2 – This time, Arshdeep Singh to Miller, SIX off the centre. He also benefits from a high full toss. Rightfully and properly placed over deep mid-wicket. waist-high no ball here, making out

18.3 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, wide, good. Miller crosses all of his stumps in an attempt to scoop, and Arshdeep moves further outside the pitch’s edge. Rohit Sharma is not happy about the umpire’s lack of forgiveness for him in this case. but after the umpire provides him with some rationale, he suddenly starts smiling.

18.3 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, FOUR, nicely done! This is a good, strong, swift Yorker. Miller, however, softly opens his bat face and veers it away behind point

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18.4 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, FOUR, 133.6 kph, now overcompensated Miller dispatches a low full ball on the legs from Arshdeep that landed between deep mid-wicket and cow corner.

18.5 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, 2 runs, full throw once more, outside off, but Miller mistimes a slap to long-off.

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18.6 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, SIX, 134.7 kph, sitter. Given how well the ball is coming on, bowling into the pitch doesn’t really make sense in this situation. Arshdeep tries but is dismissed for a flat maximum over deep mid-wicket, costing his spell 62runs.

In the Previous Game, 16 Runs Came From 19th the Over Against South Africa

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Despite being without two of its top seamers in Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the opening T20I against South Africa in Thiruvananthapuram, Team India had an excellent night with the ball as the Proteas were held to just 106/8 on a pitch that favours seam and swing. The two seamers, Deepak Chahar and Arshdeep Singh, who are rejoining the national team, had a memorable day on the field, particularly during the powerplay. Chahar started the bowling and, after setting Temba Bavuma up with a few away shots, bowled the South Africa captain Temba Bavuma out with a superb inswinger in the first over.

IND vs SA: First things first for the first time ever, India has defeated South Africa at home in a T20I series after taking another bilateral series. It’s a significant occurrence. Rarely does South Africa go into a series with high hopes.

But they were successful this time. They seemed to have checked off the majority of the boxes and were succeeding. Even better, they came early to set up. They have, however, been utterly and thoroughly turned over.

While there was a cheap bundling out in Trivandrum, Guwahati is currently taking a significant beating. This second inning was essentially ceremonial. Quinton had a horrible stay in which he batted through the innings but just couldn’t get going, while Bavuma was completely lost and Rossouw was out early.

David Miller continued to swing and strike from the middle, but sadly, it was all too little and too isolated in the face of India’s formidable defense. However, despite the 16-run differential giving the impression that the game was close, it wasn’t. The Proteas were never there.

IND vs SA: Breakdown of the 19th Over by Arshdeep Singh

IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday
IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday

18.1 – Low full toss from Arshdeep Singh to Miller, no ball, 1 run; blasted to deep mid-wicket. Singh keeps advancing his illness. Leg-cleared heave from Arshdeep Singh to de Kock for 1 run, dropped at deep mid-wicket. However, it doesn’t matter because it was a free-hit.

18.2 – This time, Arshdeep Singh to Miller, SIX off the centre. He also benefits from a high full toss. Rightfully and properly placed over deep mid-wicket. waist-high no ball here, making out

18.3 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, wide, good. Miller crosses all of his stumps in an attempt to scoop, and Arshdeep moves further outside the pitch’s edge. Rohit Sharma is not happy about the umpire’s lack of forgiveness for him in this case. but after the umpire provides him with some rationale, he suddenly starts smiling.

18.3 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, FOUR, nicely done! This is a good, strong, swift Yorker. Miller, however, softly opens his bat face and veers it away behind point

18.4 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, FOUR, 133.6 kph, now overcompensated Miller dispatches a low full ball on the legs from Arshdeep that landed between deep mid-wicket and cow corner.

18.5 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, 2 runs, full throw once more, outside off, but Miller mistimes a slap to long-off.

18.6 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, SIX, 134.7 kph, sitter. Given how well the ball is coming on, bowling into the pitch doesn’t really make sense in this situation. Arshdeep tries but is dismissed for a flat maximum over deep mid-wicket, costing his spell 62runs.

In the Previous Game, 16 Runs Came From 19th the Over Against South Africa

Despite being without two of its top seamers in Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the opening T20I against South Africa in Thiruvananthapuram, Team India had an excellent night with the ball as the Proteas were held to just 106/8 on a pitch that favours seam and swing. The two seamers, Deepak Chahar and Arshdeep Singh, who are rejoining the national team, had a memorable day on the field, particularly during the powerplay. Chahar started the bowling and, after setting Temba Bavuma up with a few away shots, bowled the South Africa captain Temba Bavuma out with a superb inswinger in the first over.

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IND vs SA: First things first for the first time ever, India has defeated South Africa at home in a T20I series after taking another bilateral series. It’s a significant occurrence. Rarely does South Africa go into a series with high hopes.

But they were successful this time. They seemed to have checked off the majority of the boxes and were succeeding. Even better, they came early to set up. They have, however, been utterly and thoroughly turned over.

While there was a cheap bundling out in Trivandrum, Guwahati is currently taking a significant beating. This second inning was essentially ceremonial. Quinton had a horrible stay in which he batted through the innings but just couldn’t get going, while Bavuma was completely lost and Rossouw was out early.

David Miller continued to swing and strike from the middle, but sadly, it was all too little and too isolated in the face of India’s formidable defense. However, despite the 16-run differential giving the impression that the game was close, it wasn’t. The Proteas were never there.

IND vs SA: Breakdown of the 19th Over by Arshdeep Singh

IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday
IND vs SA: 19th Over Seems Cursed for India as Arshdeep Singh Got Hit for 26 Runs Yesterday

18.1 – Low full toss from Arshdeep Singh to Miller, no ball, 1 run; blasted to deep mid-wicket. Singh keeps advancing his illness. Leg-cleared heave from Arshdeep Singh to de Kock for 1 run, dropped at deep mid-wicket. However, it doesn’t matter because it was a free-hit.

18.2 – This time, Arshdeep Singh to Miller, SIX off the centre. He also benefits from a high full toss. Rightfully and properly placed over deep mid-wicket. waist-high no ball here, making out

18.3 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, wide, good. Miller crosses all of his stumps in an attempt to scoop, and Arshdeep moves further outside the pitch’s edge. Rohit Sharma is not happy about the umpire’s lack of forgiveness for him in this case. but after the umpire provides him with some rationale, he suddenly starts smiling.

18.3 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, FOUR, nicely done! This is a good, strong, swift Yorker. Miller, however, softly opens his bat face and veers it away behind point

18.4 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, FOUR, 133.6 kph, now overcompensated Miller dispatches a low full ball on the legs from Arshdeep that landed between deep mid-wicket and cow corner.

18.5 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, 2 runs, full throw once more, outside off, but Miller mistimes a slap to long-off.

18.6 – Miller to Arshdeep Singh, SIX, 134.7 kph, sitter. Given how well the ball is coming on, bowling into the pitch doesn’t really make sense in this situation. Arshdeep tries but is dismissed for a flat maximum over deep mid-wicket, costing his spell 62runs.

In the Previous Game, 16 Runs Came From 19th the Over Against South Africa

Despite being without two of its top seamers in Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the opening T20I against South Africa in Thiruvananthapuram, Team India had an excellent night with the ball as the Proteas were held to just 106/8 on a pitch that favours seam and swing. The two seamers, Deepak Chahar and Arshdeep Singh, who are rejoining the national team, had a memorable day on the field, particularly during the powerplay. Chahar started the bowling and, after setting Temba Bavuma up with a few away shots, bowled the South Africa captain Temba Bavuma out with a superb inswinger in the first over.

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