South Africa 146/6 (20 ov)
England 150/6 (19.5 ov)
England won by 4 wickets
Player of the match: Dawid Malan
So, another day of Internation cricket comes to an end as three teams grab their respective series by the neck while the other three go back to the drawing board and rectify their errors coming into the last over of the match. With this match coming to an end, my colleague, Pradeep Somashekhar and I, Lavil Saldanha take your leave. Till then, wash your hands, stay home and stay safe! BYE!!
Dawid Malan is awarded the man of the match for his match-winning innings of 55 runs in 40 balls
England won the match by 4 wickets and go 2-0 up in the 3 match T20 series

It has been a good and a gripping chase on from England. They batted out on a pitch that was gradually slowing down and chased it down with a ball to spare and got home with a series win.

On a slow wicket, chasing 147 would be a bit tough as they have batsmen who were susceptible to spin. Jason Roy and Jos Buttler batted out in the powerplay as they looked a bit at sea during the first few overs of the powerplay, but managed to claw themselves back well in the game. Jason Roy had a positive start to innings but fell soon as Buttler took charge in the remaining overs of the powerplay as they got to 41/1 after the end of the powerplay.

Shamsi was soon introduced into the attack and he made quick amends with the wicket of Jos Buttler. Dawid Malan, who walked out to bat post the wicket of Roy, was strung in two healthy, match-winning partnerships. Johnny Bairstow, the hero of the match in the last game, fell victim to the leg-spin of Shamsi. Ben Stokes came out in the middle, played a handy knock along with Dawid Malan, but was dismissed trying to up the ante in the middle overs.

Morgan joined Malan in the middle and the two struck a beautiful partnership, complementing each other well and scoring runs fluently. Last 5 overs of the match remained and England needed 49 runs to win. They managed a few 10 run overs before they took Lungi Ngidi apart. Malan got to his 50 with a six but fell soon after owing to an exceptional catching effort from Reeza Hendricks. Sam Curran followed suit after he chopped one onto the stumps. Irrespective of all this, Morgan held fort at the other end as Chris Jordan came out to bat after the fall of Curran's wicket and won the match with a single to deep extra cover.

The South African bowling really tried hard, but couldn't string it all together for their side as the 18th over from Lungi Ngidi took the game away from South Africa. Ngidi, despite an off day, picked up 2 wickets. Tabraiz Shamsi was the pick of the bowlers as he returned with career-best figures of 3/19 to his name. 
19.5 Kagiso Rabada to Chris Jordan, FOUR! Short delivery, angled into Jordan who flicks this one away towards deep square leg for a boundary. Jordan and Morgan holding the nerve in the end and South Africa made a match out of no where with this and win by 4 wickets and win the series as well! 
19.4 Kagiso Rabada to Chris Jordan, short delivery, banged it in, Jordan decides to duck under it and Umpire says that's two for the over, DOT BALL!
19.3 Kagiso Rabada to Chris Jordan, slower delivery, back of a length, Jordan looks to flick it away but doesn't make any connection with the bat, inside edges to the top of the pad to run it to short fine-leg, comes back for a second in the end, good running
Chris Jordan has walked out to bat
19.2 Kagiso Rabada to Sam Curran, OUT! CHOPS IT ON! This is still not over folks, hang in there. Curran looks to run it down to the third man but inside edges on to his stumps and that rattles the stumps in the end. Does Rabada have enough to take South Africa home here? More importantly, it's a DOT BALL! Curran looked to guide it with gentle hands but fails as the ball crashes it onto the stumps
19.1 Kagiso Rabada to Sam Curran, short delivery, wide outside off, Curran tried to cut it away hard to finish things off but doesn't connect it, no run
Final rites remain as Nortje tried hard in the over, but couldn't contain as Morgan managed to get the boundary off the last delivery. 3 runs of the last 6 balls remaining. Stay with us as my colleague, Pradeep and I take you through to the last over.
143 /5 score
cricket ball icon Anrich Nortje
18.6 Anrich Nortje to Eoin Morgan, FOUR! UNLUCKY! That was short delivery, Morgan backs away to cut it and gets a thick outside edge, touch away from de Kock who flies to pluck it but doesn't, runs away to the third-man boundary in the end. Morgan gets a big outside edge there, de Kock jumps high but the ball runs away for a boundary to get the equation down to 3 runs in 6 balls
18.5 Anrich Nortje to Sam Curran, full delivery on the pads, Curran to flick it fine down the fine leg boundary but doesn't make any contact with the bat, thuds on the pads and they steal a leg-bye in the end
18.4 Anrich Nortje to Sam Curran, short delivery, banged it in, Curran tried to pull that away but doesn't get any bat on that, through to the keeper's gloves
18.3 Anrich Nortje to Eoin Morgan, full delivery, followed Morgan who backs away and he nudges this one on the off-side for another single
18.2 Anrich Nortje to Sam Curran, back of a length onto Curran who gets under it to tap it on the off-side for a single to get off the mark
18.1 Anrich Nortje to Eoin Morgan, full toss, Morgan gets a thick edge, runs to the third-man fielder in the end for a single
Ngidi gets carted away for plenty in the over. Gets hit for 18 runs in the over, but dismisses Malan, who walks back after doing all the damage there in the middle. The chase sits in England's lap here as they need 11 runs of the last 12 balls
135 /5 score
cricket ball icon Lungi Ngidi
17.6 Lungi Ngidi to Eoin Morgan, slower delivery, it was full into Morgan who moves away to drive it down to long-off for a single
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