SA vs. WI: George Linde-Kagiso Rabada South Africa’s strong comeback, T20 series 1-1

South Africa defeated West Indies by 16 runs in the second match of the five-match T20 series. The series between the two teams is now tied at 1-1. South Africa, batting first, scored 166 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. In reply, the hosts were able to score 150 for 9 in 20 overs. Proteas’ winning captain, George Linde Kagiso Rabada, together led half the West Indies team to the pavilion.

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West Indies set a target of 167 runs at home. Last team captain Evin Lewis and sophomore opener Andre Fletcher gave the team a fantastic start. But even after the partnership, West Indies’ wickets continued to decline. In the match, batsman Chris Gayle, Andre Russell and captain Kieran Pollard did not play at all, causing the team to lose.

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South Africa had previously scored 166 in their allotted overs, based on strong innings by skipper Temba Bauma and opener Reza Hendricks. Quinton de Kock, who played a good innings in the last match, scored 26 runs off 20 balls. Siobed McCoy picked up a maximum of three wickets for the West Indies. In addition, Kevin Sinclair took two wickets. Jason Holder and Andre Russell each took one wicket.

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