Bangalore T20 canceled due to rain, India-South Africa tied series 2-2

The 5-match T20I series between India and South Africa was tied 2-2. The last game of the series would be played in Bangalore. But the match was canceled due to rain. In this match, South Africa won the toss and decided to throw first. While the Indian team entered the field to bat first. The India team had scored 28 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in 3.3 overs. But after that the game could not start due to rain.

Choosing to bat after losing the toss, the Indian team had scored 28 runs before the match was called off. During this, starter Ishan Kishan scored 15 runs on 7 balls. He also hit 2 sixes. While Rituraj Gaikwad was fired after scoring 10 runs. Shreyas Iyer remained undefeated without opening the account. While Rishabh Pant remained undefeated in one race. However, after that it rained continuously. Because of this, the match could not be played. The series ended in a 2-2 tie.

The Indian team had to face defeat in the first match of the series. South Africa won this match played in Delhi by 7 wickets. While the second match played at Cuttack was won by the African team by 4 wickets. After this, India turned the dice. The Indian team won the third match by 48 runs. This match was played in Visakhapatnam. The fourth match of the series was played at Rajkot, which India won by 82 runs. After this, the last match was canceled due to rain.

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