SA vs. WI: South Africa sealed series in fifth T20, defeating West Indies by 25 runs

South Africa defeated West Indies by 25 runs in the last match of the five-match T20I series. With this win the team won the series 3-2. South Africa’s Adam Markram scored 70, while Lungi took three wickets in NGD bowling. South Africa, batting first, set a target of 169 runs for the Caribbean team. In reply, the West Indies could only score 143 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. Evin Lewis played a brilliant 52 runs for the team.

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Chasing a target of 169, the West Indies did not get off to a good start and the team returned to the pavilion after Lendl Simmons scored just three. Following this, explosive batsman Chris Gayle continued to make an impact after Tabrez caught Shamsey’s spin trap and scored 11 runs. Shimran Hettmeier (33) faced 31 deliveries during his innings and scored 33 runs. Captain Kieran Pollard, the captain of the previous match, did not bat in the last match and he could only score 13. Andre Russell (0) and Nicholas Pooran (20) are also disappointed with their performance. South Africa’s Lungi NGD took three and Kagiso Rabada two. Tabrez Shamsi was very economical in his 4 overs spell and he scored Gayle’s big wicket with just 11 runs.

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South Africa did not start well after winning the toss and the captain of the team, Baumu, dismissed without opening the account. This was followed by Quinton de Kock (60) and Adam Markram (128) for the second wicket. D Eck returned to the pavilion after scoring 60 off 42 balls. Markram hit three boundaries and four sixes in his 70-run innings. Fidel Edwards took 2 wickets for the Caribbean team.

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