Team India created history by defeating South Africa, know the reasons for the victory


India had not yet defeated South Africa in the T20 series at home, but this time it has done it and has won the series.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Abhishek Upadhyay



Oct 03, 2022, 12:02 AM IST





The Indian cricket team defeated South Africa by 16 runs in the second T20 match on Sunday. With this, he has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match T20I series. This is the first time that India has captured the T20I series against South Africa at home. Let us tell you the reasons for the victory of Team India in the match played at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati. (BCCI Photo)

India got to bat first in this match and captain Rohit Sharma - KL Rahul duo gave a great start to their team.  He scored runs at an average of around 10.  Together these two added 96 runs.  (BCCI Photo)

India got to bat first in this match and captain Rohit Sharma-KL Rahul pair gave their team a great start. He scored runs at an average of around 10. Together these two added 96 runs. (BCCI Photo)

Suryakumar once again showed his fiery style in this match and as soon as he arrived, he batted in a swashbuckling style.  Suryakumar scored 61 runs in his innings of 22 balls hitting five fours and five sixes.  (BCCI Photo)

Suryakumar once again showed his fiery style in this match and as soon as he arrived, he batted in a swashbuckling style. Suryakumar scored 61 runs in his innings of 22 balls hitting five fours and five sixes. (BCCI Photo)

Indian batsmen scored runs in the last five overs.  Indian batsmen added 82 runs in these five overs.  For this reason, the Indian team was able to make a huge score.  (BCCI Photo)

Indian batsmen scored runs in the last five overs. Indian batsmen added 82 runs in these five overs. For this reason, the Indian team was able to make a huge score. (BCCI Photo)

South Africa's bowling was also very poor.  In the last over, South Africa bowled more full toss and also could not bowl with accurate line length.  (BCCI Photo)

South Africa’s bowling was also very poor. In the last over, South Africa bowled more full toss and also could not bowl with accurate line length. (BCCI Photo)

When it came the turn of the Indian bowlers, they did not allow South Africa to start well.  The team had lost its two wickets in the second over.  (BCCI Photo)

When it came the turn of the Indian bowlers, they did not allow South Africa to start well. The team had lost its two wickets in the second over. (BCCI Photo)


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