Team India: Indian team reached the verge of historic victory, know what was amazing in the third match… – Team India can create history in the third T20 match against South Africa ProIQRA News

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Visakhapatnam: In the third T20 match, India batted brilliantly. This is the reason that the Indian team is now on the verge of a historic victory.

See how Indian team can write history…
So far two T20 matches have been played at this ground. The first T20 match was played at this ground in 2016. Sri Lanka batted first in the match and their innings ended on 92 runs. So India won this match easily. The second match was between India and Australia in 2019. India was the first to bat in the match and Australia got them out for 126 runs. Australia defeated India in this match. That’s why no team has been able to cross the 150-run mark in this ground. India has set a target of 180 runs to win over South Africa. So if the hosts win the match then India will be the first team to bat first and win.

Indian batsmen batted brilliantly
This time Indian batsmen took the good news of South Africa’s bowling while batting aggressively. From the very beginning of the match, India’s openers batted vigorously. Rituraj scored 57 runs in 35 balls with the help of seven fours and two sixes. After Rituraj, Shreyas Iyer came to bat and the team had high expectations from him. But Shreyas Iyer once again failed to play the big game. He was dismissed for 14 runs in 11 balls. Shreyas was followed by Ishan Kishan and the team faced one or two hits in a row. Ishaan scored 54 runs in 35 balls.

Look what happened during the toss…
Indian team could not win the toss in the third consecutive match. For the toss, Pant tossed the coin in the air and all eyes were on him. South Africa won the toss and decided to bowl first. At that time, Pant was looking disheartened. Because he had lost the toss for the third time in a row. India had to lose this match after losing the toss in the last two matches. Now after losing the toss for the third time, the feeling of losing the match was clearly visible on Pant’s face.