After losing the second T20I match of the series, South Africa won the third T20I and Leveled the three-match T20I series by 1-1. In both matches, South African captain Quinton De Kock scored a brilliant half-century. Now India and South Africa will face each other in a three-match test series. The test series will start from October 02. Yesterday, during the match, A question came on live TV, Who Should bat at number 4 for India in T20Is?
After this, Sunil Gavaskar said, “yes, it’s a Kaun Banega crorepati (KBC) question. You have four options, Rishabh pant ya Shreyas Iyer ya Manish Pandey ya, KL Rahul.” in the last few years, India have faced this problem, Who should bat at number 4 for India in Limited overs?
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After the match, Indian captain Virat Kohli said, “Exactly what we wanted to do. This is the template we want to follow before the World T20. We should be able to find the answers. South Africa bowled really well; the pitch suited them really well in the first innings. In T20 cricket chasing is relatively easier because in other formats you need to bat longer and string partnerships; here a decent partnership of 40-50 in no time can take the game away from you. We will try to get the squad composition right as soon as we can.”
“At the moment, the guys who have done well in domestic cricket are getting opportunities. It’s not like we are playing random people. They have done well to be here, and they are good enough. We will have odd games like these as well, we have got to understand that this is a young side as well. I think we will have to give them a bit of time to come together. We batted till nine tonight, so that’s one area we are looking to strengthen and go into the big tournament with the best possible combination.”