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Raftaar Singh
on 25/02/18, 1:22 am

IND vs SA: India Beat South Africa by 7 Runs in 3rd T20I, Clinch Series 2-1

For India, quick bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar got two wickets while Jasprit Bumrah, Shardul Thakur and Suresh Raina got a wicket each. Prior, India posted an aggressive aggregate of 172/7. New kid on the block South African pacer Junior Dala concocted a fantastic execution in what was the second T20I of his youngster vocation with figures of 3/35. Kindred pacer Chris Morris returned 2/43 while left-arm spinner Tabraiz Shamsi likewise got a wicket. 

Opener Shikhar Dhawan was the most noteworthy scorer for India with 47 keeps running off 40 balls. Suresh Raina likewise batted well, creating a fast fire 43. Both of them included 65 keeps running between them off 49 conveyances which gave a solid stage to the guests' innings. For India, quick bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar got two wickets while Jasprit Bumrah, Shardul Thakur and Suresh Raina got a wicket each. 

Prior, India posted an aggressive aggregate of 172/7. New kid on the block South African pacer Junior Dala thought of an incredible execution in what was the second T20I of his juvenile vocation with figures of 3/35. Kindred pacer Chris Morris returned 2/43 while left-arm spinner Tabraiz Shamsi likewise got a wicket. Opener Shikhar Dhawan was the most elevated scorer for India with 47 keeps running off 40 balls. Suresh Raina likewise batted well, creating a snappy fire 43. 

Both of them included 65 keeps running between them off 49 conveyances which gave a solid stage to the guests' innings. Requested to bat in the first place, the Indians began their innings on a promising note with Rohit Sharma crushing two consecutive limits off Chris Morris in the opening over. 

In any case, Dala expelled him ahead of schedule for the second back to back match when amazing off the pitch development and some poor footwork saw the Indian remain in commander being caught leg before in the second finished. Raina carried the innings back on track with a power-pressed 27-ball innings which included five limits and a six. He fell in the tenth over to Shamsi when he neglected to clear the long-on limit and was gotten by Farhaan Behardien. 

The in-shape Manish Pandey did not keep going long, tumbling to a short-pitched conveyance from Dala which cramped him for space and his confounded haul holed out to David Miller at long-on.