England scored 204 first, South Africa could score 202 runs for 7 wickets
Quinton de Kock hit a half-century off 17 balls, the first South African player to do so
Dainik BhaskarFeb 15, 2020, 01:11 PM IST Sports Desk. The second consecutive T20 between South Africa and England was thrilling. In a match played in Durban on Friday. Africa needed 3 runs to win the last 2 balls. Then England's Tom Karan won the match by 2 runs, dismissing Dwayne Pretorius and then Bjorn Fortin. The three T20 series became 1–1. D. in the first match. Lungi Ngidi of Africa defeated England by 1 run in the last over with 2 wickets. The last and decisive match of the series will be played on 16 February at Centurion.
What a game and what a special innings this was. #SAvENG pic.twitter.com/JPg4UjWeEv
– ICC (@ICC) February 14, 2020
In the match, England lost the toss and scored 204 for 7 wickets. In response to this Africa's team could score 202 runs after losing 7 wickets. Quinton de Kock hit a half-century off 17 balls. He is the first African player to do so. He scored 65 runs off 22 balls in the match. Apart from these, Rasi von der Dussen scored 43 and Temba Bavuma made 31 runs and Pretorius made 25 runs. At the same time, for England, Tom Karan, Chris Jordan and Mark Wood took 2–2 wickets.
D. Deacock-de Villiers hit 2-2 fastest half-century for Africa, all against England
Durban, D. Africa
AB de Villiers
Johannesburg, D. Africa
AB de Villiers
Engidi 3 and Pheluwayo 2 wickets
Earlier, for England, Ben Stokes scored 47, Jason Roy 40 and Moin Ali 39 and Johnny Bairstow scored 35 runs. In the last over, Moin had hit 4 sixes and 3 fours in his 11-ball innings. While Lungi Ngidi took 3 wickets for South Africa and Andile Fehluvayo took 2 wickets. Tabrez Shamsi and Dwayne Pretorius scored 1–1 success.