South Africa END Team India’s RECORD Run, CHECK OUT


Most Consecutive T20 Wins Hopes Shattered –  SA beat IND Highlights: Team India faltered in their world record bid on Friday as South Africa clinched a seven-wicket win at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on Thursday. India who had won 12 consecutive games before facing the Protea, failed to defend 210 with David Miller and Rassie van der Dussen scoring stunning half-century to see their team over the line. Follow IND vs SA LIVE Updates with Insidesport.IN

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Most Consecutive T20 Wins: South Africa END Team India’s RECORD Run, Rishabh Pant & Co STUMBLE in Delhi, fail to ACHIEVE World Record

World record chasing India put on a massive 210 on the board after being put in to bat by South Africa in the 1st T20I at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Ishan Kishan scored a stunning 76, while the likes of Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant, and Shreyas Iyer chipped in with cameos to help the hosts put on a gigantic score.

In response, India were on top after Harshal Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Axar Patel all got wickets in the first half of the innings. David Miller, who played a starring role in Gujarat Titans’ IPL 2022 win, kept the Proteas in the hunt, while Rassie van der Dussen struggled at the other end with a sub-par strike rate of under 100.

The duo however turned it around, with Van der Dussen hitting the next gear, scoring 45 of his last 14 balls to get his team over the line with five balls to spare. It was the first time India failed to defend a 200+ total, and the highest successful run chase in South Africa’s history.

Most Consecutive T20 Wins: South Africa END Team India’s RECORD Run, Rishabh Pant & Co STUMBLE in Delhi, fail to ACHIEVE World Record

India’s 12 consecutive wins –

  • 66 runs vs Afghanistan
  • 8 wickets v Scotland
  • 9 wickets v Namibia
  • 5 wickets v New Zealand
  • 7 wickets v New Zealand
  • 73 runs v New Zealand
  • 6 wickets v West Indies
  • 8 runs v West Indies
  • 17 runs v West Indies
  • 62 runs v Sri Lanka
  • 7 wickets v Sri Lanka
  • 6 wickets v Sri Lanka

India’s victory march began at the T20 World Cup 2021 against Afghanistan. After Virat Kohli made it 2-0 under his captaincy, Rohit Sharma continued the winning streak. Under his captaincy, India blanked New Zealand, West Indies, and Sri Lanka in the T20I series to go 12-0 clear. India had the chance to go 13-0 and set the record for themselves but faltered in what was Rishabh Pant’s captaincy debut.

Most Consecutive T20 Wins: South Africa END Team India’s RECORD Run, Rishabh Pant & Co STUMBLE in Delhi, fail to ACHIEVE World Record

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