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IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant’s Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma

IND vs SA: Priorities first, India has won yet another bilateral series, making this the first time ever that they have defeated South Africa at home in a T20I series. It’s a major event. South Africa doesn’t frequently enter a series with high expectations.

But this time, they succeeded. They appeared to have ticked most of the boxes and were having success. They even arrived early to set up. However, they have been completely and totally turned over.

Trivandrum saw a cheap bundling out, while Guwahati is currently experiencing quite a pasting. In a way, this second inning was merely formal. Rossouw was out early, Bavuma was absolutely lost, and Quinton had a terrible stay in which he batted through the innings but just couldn’t get going.

David Miller simply kept swinging and striking from the center, but alas, it was all too little and too alone in the face of India’s mountainous defense. But even though the 16-run difference appears that this game was tight, it wasn’t. Never in it were the Proteas.

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IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant's Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma
IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant’s Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma

Unexpected blows are frequently endured by cricket players, and occasionally they become too great to bear. During India’s second T20I match against South Africa, one such situation almost occurred when a Deepak Chahar outswinger slid from Rishabh Pant‘s gloves just to touch Rohit Sharma slightly below the stomach.

India is well ahead of South Africa in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday in Guwahati and is headed to a commanding 2-0 series lead. The Proteas were left floundering at 5/2 in 2.1 overs after being given an enormous target of 238. with captain Temba Bavuma and Rilee Rossouw already being sent back to the pavilion.

Similar to the series opener, Deepak Chahar started the second innings with a maiden over and appeared to be at his best. Despite Bavuma’s inability to score runs, his plays and misses did result in a humorous event on the fourth ball.

Rishabh Pant’s large hands were in the path of Chahar’s scorching outswinger as it curved away from his bat. But when the ball eventually landed on Rohit Sharma’s tummy, the wicketkeeper was unable to catch it.

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India Leads the Series By 2-0

India defeated South Africa by 16 runs in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati. To take a 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

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Despite David Miller’s unbroken 106 off 47 balls. South Africa was stopped at 221 for 3 in 20 overs while attempting to reach the 238-run target. Quinton de Kock, on the other hand, hit 69 not out of 48.

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Earlier, India produced a massive total of 237/3 in 20 overs because of strong scores from Suryakumar Yadav (61 off 22 balls). And KL Rahul (57 off 28 balls). In the run-fest, which saw both teams score a combined total of over 450 runs. Virat Kohli hit 49 not out off of 28 balls. Temba Bavuma, the captain of South Africa, chose to bowl first against India after winning the toss.

IND vs SA: Priorities first, India has won yet another bilateral series, making this the first time ever that they have defeated South Africa at home in a T20I series. It’s a major event. South Africa doesn’t frequently enter a series with high expectations.

But this time, they succeeded. They appeared to have ticked most of the boxes and were having success. They even arrived early to set up. However, they have been completely and totally turned over.

Trivandrum saw a cheap bundling out, while Guwahati is currently experiencing quite a pasting. In a way, this second inning was merely formal. Rossouw was out early, Bavuma was absolutely lost, and Quinton had a terrible stay in which he batted through the innings but just couldn’t get going.

David Miller simply kept swinging and striking from the center, but alas, it was all too little and too alone in the face of India’s mountainous defense. But even though the 16-run difference appears that this game was tight, it wasn’t. Never in it were the Proteas.

IND vs SA: Here Is the Viral Video

IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant's Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma
IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant’s Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma

Unexpected blows are frequently endured by cricket players, and occasionally they become too great to bear. During India’s second T20I match against South Africa, one such situation almost occurred when a Deepak Chahar outswinger slid from Rishabh Pant‘s gloves just to touch Rohit Sharma slightly below the stomach.

India is well ahead of South Africa in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday in Guwahati and is headed to a commanding 2-0 series lead. The Proteas were left floundering at 5/2 in 2.1 overs after being given an enormous target of 238. with captain Temba Bavuma and Rilee Rossouw already being sent back to the pavilion.

Similar to the series opener, Deepak Chahar started the second innings with a maiden over and appeared to be at his best. Despite Bavuma’s inability to score runs, his plays and misses did result in a humorous event on the fourth ball.

Rishabh Pant’s large hands were in the path of Chahar’s scorching outswinger as it curved away from his bat. But when the ball eventually landed on Rohit Sharma’s tummy, the wicketkeeper was unable to catch it.

READ MORE: Internet Reaction on Mohammad Siraj Taken in Squad Ahead of T Natrajan

India Leads the Series By 2-0

India defeated South Africa by 16 runs in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati. To take a 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

Despite David Miller’s unbroken 106 off 47 balls. South Africa was stopped at 221 for 3 in 20 overs while attempting to reach the 238-run target. Quinton de Kock, on the other hand, hit 69 not out of 48.

Earlier, India produced a massive total of 237/3 in 20 overs because of strong scores from Suryakumar Yadav (61 off 22 balls). And KL Rahul (57 off 28 balls). In the run-fest, which saw both teams score a combined total of over 450 runs. Virat Kohli hit 49 not out off of 28 balls. Temba Bavuma, the captain of South Africa, chose to bowl first against India after winning the toss.

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IND vs SA: Priorities first, India has won yet another bilateral series, making this the first time ever that they have defeated South Africa at home in a T20I series. It’s a major event. South Africa doesn’t frequently enter a series with high expectations.

But this time, they succeeded. They appeared to have ticked most of the boxes and were having success. They even arrived early to set up. However, they have been completely and totally turned over.

Trivandrum saw a cheap bundling out, while Guwahati is currently experiencing quite a pasting. In a way, this second inning was merely formal. Rossouw was out early, Bavuma was absolutely lost, and Quinton had a terrible stay in which he batted through the innings but just couldn’t get going.

David Miller simply kept swinging and striking from the center, but alas, it was all too little and too alone in the face of India’s mountainous defense. But even though the 16-run difference appears that this game was tight, it wasn’t. Never in it were the Proteas.

IND vs SA: Here Is the Viral Video

IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant's Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma
IND vs SA: Ball Deflected From Rishabh Pant’s Gloves Gives a Low Blow to Rohit Sharma

Unexpected blows are frequently endured by cricket players, and occasionally they become too great to bear. During India’s second T20I match against South Africa, one such situation almost occurred when a Deepak Chahar outswinger slid from Rishabh Pant‘s gloves just to touch Rohit Sharma slightly below the stomach.

India is well ahead of South Africa in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday in Guwahati and is headed to a commanding 2-0 series lead. The Proteas were left floundering at 5/2 in 2.1 overs after being given an enormous target of 238. with captain Temba Bavuma and Rilee Rossouw already being sent back to the pavilion.

Similar to the series opener, Deepak Chahar started the second innings with a maiden over and appeared to be at his best. Despite Bavuma’s inability to score runs, his plays and misses did result in a humorous event on the fourth ball.

Rishabh Pant’s large hands were in the path of Chahar’s scorching outswinger as it curved away from his bat. But when the ball eventually landed on Rohit Sharma’s tummy, the wicketkeeper was unable to catch it.

READ MORE: Internet Reaction on Mohammad Siraj Taken in Squad Ahead of T Natrajan

India Leads the Series By 2-0

India defeated South Africa by 16 runs in the second Twenty20 International on Sunday at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati. To take a 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

Despite David Miller’s unbroken 106 off 47 balls. South Africa was stopped at 221 for 3 in 20 overs while attempting to reach the 238-run target. Quinton de Kock, on the other hand, hit 69 not out of 48.

Earlier, India produced a massive total of 237/3 in 20 overs because of strong scores from Suryakumar Yadav (61 off 22 balls). And KL Rahul (57 off 28 balls). In the run-fest, which saw both teams score a combined total of over 450 runs. Virat Kohli hit 49 not out off of 28 balls. Temba Bavuma, the captain of South Africa, chose to bowl first against India after winning the toss.

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