South Africa Beat England By 10 Runs Rabada Got Hattrick – SA vs ENG: South Africa beat England by 10 runs

South Africa defeated England by 10 runs in the T20 World Cup match held today. This match between the two was played at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. In this match, Vander Dusen scored a brilliant 94, after which Rabada won the second hat-trick of this World Cup and won the match. However, Africa could not reach the semi-finals due to low net run rate.

Chasing a big score of 190 runs, England had a great start, but Jason Roy got injured on the score of 20 and had to retire hurt. However, England got the first blow on the score of 58 runs. Butler got out on the score of 26 runs. After one run, England also got a second blow and Bairstow was dismissed after scoring 1 run. After this Ali and Malan took over England’s innings and took Tika’s score beyond 100. However, Moeen Ali, who was batting well, was caught by Shamsi on the score of 37 runs to Miller. After this, Malan became the victim of Pretorius by scoring 33 runs on the score of 145. Rabada’s magic was seen at the end of the match and he won the second hat-trick of World Cup 2021.

Africa made a big score

The South African team, who came out to bat first, gave everything to reach the semi-finals. He gave a huge target of 190 runs to England. However, South Africa did not start well and their first blow was dismissed for 2 runs by Hedricks on the score of 15. After this, de Kock and van der Dusen increased the South African innings in a good way and took the team’s score beyond 80. South Africa got the second blow on the score of 86. When De Kock was caught by Roy on the ball of Adil Rashid. Africa then picked up the pace of the innings and scored 189 runs without losing any wickets. In Africa’s innings, van der Dusen played a fine innings of 94 runs in 60 balls. In this innings, Dusse hit 6 sixes and 5 fours. Apart from this, Aidan Markram also played a stormy innings of 52 runs in 25 balls. He hit 4 sixes and 2 fours in his innings.


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