IND vs SA: Avesh Khan’s dangerous bouncer first hit the helmet of the South African batsman, then the next ball was ‘worked’

Avesh Khan took 4 wickets for 18 runs

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Avesh Khan took 4 wickets for 18 runs in the fourth T20 match against South Africa. He completely shook the South African batsman on one of his balls.

India beat visiting team South Africa by 82 runs in the fourth T20 match to level the five-match series 2-2. Batting first after losing the toss, India gave a target of 170 runs to the visiting team, in response to which the South African team was reduced to 87 runs in 16.5 overs. bowler Avesh Khan (Avesh Khan) broke the back of the visiting team by taking 4 wickets for 18 runs. Avesh not only took wickets, but also intimidated the South African batsmen with his dreadful balls. He intimidated Marco Johnson with his ball in one over and then hunted him on the next ball.

Jansen was shaken by the bouncer of passion

It is about the 14th over of the second innings. On the ball of Avesh, batsman Johnson suffered a severe blow to the head. Avesh threw a bouncer. Which Johnson was trying to bridge, but he missed. Avesh took 3 wickets in this over. Johnson’s helmet was hit hard by the ball, due to which he was shaken. The physio of South Africa once again had to come to the field for examination. Earlier, the physio had come to the field to examine Captain Temba Bavuma.

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Unable to stay on the crease after the bouncer

Bavuma was forced to retire hurt due to injury. Indian players also came around to see Johnson. After the bouncer of Avesh, Johnson stood up to bat again after the investigation, but he could not stand after that and was out on the very next ball trying to play a big shot over the boundary. Rituraj Gaikwad took his catch at mid-wicket. Johnson scored 12 runs in 17 balls. Avesh made Rasi van der Dussen, Marco Janssen and Keshav Maharaj their victims in the 14th over. Earlier, the Indian bowler sent Dwayne Pretorius to the pavilion in the sixth over.

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