Quinton Decock and Reeza Hendricks’ centurystands and disciplined bowling performances have sealed South Africa’s victory.
South Africa He regained control of Sri Lanka at the third and final T20I at R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Tuesday, September 14th. The opening round of Protea ensured that Sri Lankan bowlers would not open when South Africa won 10 wickets. Now collaborate with Keshav Maharaj. The series was painted white 3-0.
After losing the first two games, Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka beat Toss and chose to hit the bat first. Like the second T20I, batting didn’t really work. Within the first four overs, Sri Lanka was in desperate need of a partnership, 3 to 28. The Xarperella was set on one end but was rejected for 39 runs when it was time to ride and make a big sum.
His 80-4 wickets suddenly changed the game dramatically as the host slipped quickly and continuously to 86-7 and Protea gained a greater advantage than them. Since then, Sri Lanka has always played catching games. They followed up on the poor batting average display in the previous game, but in this game they managed only 103 with a mediocre score of 8 to 120. It was a cameo by Chamica Karunaratne with 24 runs from 19 balls, which led them to that score.
Quinton de Cock’s second 50 takes Protea home again
South African bowling was once again very good, and the substitute skipper Maharaj was once again perfect with his tactic of using the right bowler at the right time.He himself picked up one ticket gate and with Wiaan Mulder Aiden Markram I also got a scalp for each. Bjorn Fortuin was great just to get the ball forward, steal two wickets and allow 21 runs with four overs. Kagiso Rabada also took 2 wickets with 3 overs in 23 runs.
In the second T20I, Reeza Hendricks finished the opening stand for 62 runs, but this time he remained at Quinton de Kock, knocking off 121 runs with just 14.4 overs. Hendrix finished with 42 balls to 56 runs, 5 4s and 1 6s. Decock, a senior politician and wicket-keeper, followed undefeated 58 in the final match and scored 59 runs in the final match, bringing the team home again. His efforts have given him the award for the best player and the man in the series.
Here are some of Twitter’s reactions from the game
— Swapnil 🏏📷 (@OyeSwapnil) September 14, 2021
Protea concludes the match with an overwhelming victory, great bowling and a great batting display, no lost wickets, and a 100-run partnership. #SLvSA
— Clifford Sihlezana (@CliffAndChill) September 14, 2021
Easy victory for boys! Quinny and Reeza finished undefeated at 59 and 56!South Africa wins Series 3-0 #SLvSA 🇿🇦🔥
— Gills (@ gpricey23) September 14, 2021
— JaayShaan (Shankar) (@ JaayShaan) September 14, 2021
South Africa wins match, Series 3-0#SLvSA
— Darushana K (@ItsMeKande_) September 14, 2021
— Udara Gunasinghe 🇱🇰 (@UdiUdz) September 14, 2021
— Manish Thunder (@Manishsunder) September 14, 2021
South Africa smashed Sri Lanka with 10 wickets in the game’s regular one-sided game and whitened all the games (one side). Excellent performance throughout the series. Sri Lanka holds the world record for most T20 defeats (74).Played @OfficialCSA 👏. 🇿🇦#SLVSA#cricket
— Cricket Spartan 🏏 (@clownslayer_V) September 14, 2021
Great play by Quinton de Cock and Lisa Hendrix #SLvSA
— 🇿🇦 Most GungHo Gents 🇿🇦 (@SirMore_) September 14, 2021
It’s plaster. South Africa defeated Sri Lanka with 10 wickets. Great performance of SA while the World Cup is being held in the UAE.#SLvSA
— Mohamado Taha (@ taha_tj30) September 14, 2021
South Africa defeated Sri Lanka with 10 wickets in their third T20 to win Series 3-0. In June, he also won the T20 series against the West Indies in perfect preparation for the T20 World Cup.
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) September 14, 2021