India vs South Africa, 2nd T20I Highlights: David Miller ton in vain as India clinch T20I series against South Africa | Cricket News

GUWAHATI: India survives 106 matches unbeaten David Miller to record their first Twenty20 streak against South Africa at home with a 16-match win in Sunday’s second game.
Suryakumar Yadav smash 61 out of 22 balls and place on a stand 102 critical times with Virat kohliwho made the 49 not out, to push India to 237-3 after being invited to beat first in Guwahati.
In response, South Africa finished 221-3 after a 174-match unbeaten streak threatened between Miller and Quinton De Kock (69) as the hosts led 2-0 in a three-game series.
Tuesday’s T20 match at Indore remains the final match for both teams ahead of the T20 World Cup in Australia which begins October 22.
KL Rahul (57) and captain Rohit Sharma (43) made 96 runs to lay the groundwork for a total mammoth count – India’s fourth highest in T20 matches.
Suryakumar took over after the opening goal departed as he ran to 50 of his 18 balls to liven up a packed home audience.
He and Kohli, who also bowled in his 28-ball butt, tore through the opponent’s attack before the partnership ended with a mix and Suryakumar ran out at the striker’s end. .
Dinesh Karthik broke an unbeaten streak of 17 on seven balls as he finished with a flourish, hitting a four and two six in an 18-round final.
Earlier, Rahul was lucky to survive a sideline inside when he missed 4 stumps and he continued to attack with shots around the ground.
The opening goal fell to Anrich Nortje for 21 innings before Keshav Maharaj broke the ground with Rohit’s strike, caught at deep mid-range.
Rahul hit 50 points in 24 balls with a big 6 from Aiden Markram, an off-spinner athlete.
But he soon left the lbw with Maharaj receiving his second stick.
South Africa suffered an early defeat after captain Temba Bavuma escaped from a seven-kick kick with Arshdeep Singh, who hit twice in the first game, including Rilee Rossouw, also to no avail.
The brief interruption of the match due to a floodlight failure did not change the visitors’ luck as Axar Patel brought Aiden Markram back with a score of 33.
But Miller then tried to do something out of the ordinary when he became the top runaway for South Africa in the T20 format. He had 2,050 runs in 106 international T20 tournaments.
Miller’s left-handed duo, who hit his second T20th century in 46 balls, and De Kock played bravely but the final player ratio was too high.


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