South Africa won the first match of the T20 series by one run and England won the second match by two runs, both teams 1-1 in the series. The last and decisive match of this series will now be played on 16 February at Centurion (SuperSport Park Cricket Stadium).
England won the second match of the series of three T20 matches by two runs. South Africa captain Quinton de Kock’s stormy innings also did not win the team. He scored a half-century from only 17 balls (hit 8 sixes and 2 fours).
In this match played in Durban (England), the England team, batting first, scored 204 runs in 20 overs. However, Tom Karan’s last over stopped South Africa for only 203 runs in 20 overs and the match was named for England.
Last over: The first ball of the over was a dot ball, after which Dwaine Pretorius hit a six on the next ball. On the third ball of the over, he again played a big shot and hit a four. In the last three balls, South Africa needed five runs. On the fourth ball of the over, Dusan and Pretorius scored two runs. However, after this, when three runs were required from two balls. On the fifth ball of the over, Tom Karan lbw Pretorius.
Quinton de Kock scored 65 runs off 22 balls. In his innings, Quinton de Kock hit 8 sixes and 2 fours. Rassie van der Dussen also scored 43 runs. But South Africa could score only 202-7. Due to this, England won the match and made the three-match series 1-1. The last and decisive match of this series will now be played on 16 February at SuperSport Park Cricket Stadium.