In the second T20I match between England and South Africa in Cardiff on Thursday, Jonny Bairstow pulled off a staggering shot against Kagiso Rabada prior to getting found out in the field. Bairstow was outwitted by Rabada as the catch was taken at the third-man region as he endeavoured to expand the force yet neglected to time the incline shot.
Nonetheless, prior to getting excused, Jonny Bairstow played an unimaginable shot off Kagiso Rabada. The occurrence occurred only two or three balls before his wicket. Rabada bowled a yorker, and Bairstow stuck it down without a moment to spare as he was nearly nutmegged. The ball dashed away to fine leg for an astonishing boundary.
For England fans, nonetheless, the match didn’t end on a cheerful note as the host neglected to pursue the target of 208 runs. A fifty from Reeza Hendricks and an unbeaten inning of 96 from Rilee Rossouw assisted South Africa with arriving at an instructing score of 207/3. Britain, in their pursuit, got packaged out for only 149, with Tabraiz Shamsi and Andile Phehlukwayo taking three wickets each.
Jonny Bairstow, with his 21-ball 30 was the highest scorer for England, yet the hosts were left frustrated with their batting execution. With the 58-run win, South Africa has now figured out how to even out the three-match series 1-1.
In the initial round of the series, England had figured out how to enlist a colossal total of 234/6 attributable to overwhelming thumps from Moen Ali and Jonny Bairstow. In answer, the Proteas simply figured out how to reach 193/8 regardless of blazing half-centuries from Hendricks and Tristan Stubbs.
The third T20I will be played on Sunday in Southampton. The ODI series between the two groups that went before the T20Is finished in a 1-1 impasse, with the third match cleaned out because of extreme rain
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 29, 2022