Defeating South Africa, India Became T20 World Champion For The Second Time

 Canada Global (Web News) In the sensational match of the final of the T20 World Cup, India became the world champion for the second time. In the final being played in Bridgetown, Barbados, Indian team captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and batted. On this occasion, Rohit Sharma said that no changes have been made in the Indian team. He said that South Africa and we played good cricket throughout the tournament, each player needs to understand his role and play. Both teams are unbeaten in the World Cup so far and have not lost a single match.

Indian captain Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli opened the innings and Sharma was caught out for a total of 23, followed by Rishabh Pant for no runs and Surya Kumar Yadav for 36. Kohli and Akshar Patel batted responsibly. While forming a partnership of 72 runs for the fourth wicket, Akshar Patel was run out for 47 runs off 31 balls with the help of 4 sixes. After that, Kohli and Dubey took over the Indian batting but Kohli was caught after scoring 76 runs. India scored 176 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Kohli scored 76, Akshar 47 and Shivam Dubey scored 27 runs. Enrich Nurkia and Keshav Maharaj scored 2 and 2 wickets for South Africa.

India’s target of 177 runs was a disappointing start to South Africa’s innings and the first two wickets fell for 12 runs. Quinton de Kock and Tristan Tubbs made a partnership of 58 runs for the third wicket to stabilize the position of the team. However, Tristan Tubbs got out after scoring 31 runs. Kuldeep was caught by Quinton de Cook for 39 runs, but Klaasen played an aggressive innings and returned to the pavilion after scoring 52 runs off 27 balls with the help of 5 sixes and 2 fours. South Africa won by 16 runs in the last over. were required but Surya Kumar Yadav took a brilliant catch of Miller on the boundary off Hardik Pandya. 4 runs off the next ball, then a run off the third ball. A run came off the fourth ball as well, the next was a wide ball after which Rabada was caught off the fifth ball and India became T20 champions for the second time after a thrilling contest.

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