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    India Vs South Africa || David Miller And Rassie Van Der Dussen Hit Searing Half-Hundreds Of Years To Direct South Africa. || Nirmal News.

    India Vs South Africa 1st T20 | South Africa To Seven-Wicket Win Over.

    India Vs South Africa 1st T20 || David Miller, Rassie Van Der Dussen Fire South Africa To Seven-Wicket Win Over India.

    David Miller And Rassie Van Der Dussen Hit Searing Half-Hundreds Of Years To Direct South Africa To A Seven-Wicket Prevail Upon India In The Principal T20 International Of The Five-Match On Thursday.

    Pursuing A Mammoth 212, Miller (64 Not Out) And Van Der Dussen (75 Not Out)Shared An Unbeaten 131-Run Represent The Fourth Wicket To Bring The Guests Back Home Effortlessly.

    For India, Axar Patel (1/40), Bhuveneshwar Kumar (1/43) And Harshal Patel (1/43) Scalped One Wicket Each.

    Earliers, Ishan Kishan Crushed 76 Off 48 Balls To Drive India To 211 For Four Against South Africa In The Principal T20 International Here On Thursday.

    Shreyas Iyer (36), Captain Rishabh Pant (29) And His Agent Hardik Pandya (31 Not Out) Additionally Made Valuable Commitments To The Indian Innings.

    Brief Scores:

    India: 211 For 4 Of Every 20 Overs (Ishan Kishan 76; Wayne Parnell 1/32).

    South Afrrica: 212 For 3 In 19.1 Overs (Rassie Van Der Dussen 75 Not Out, David Miller 64 Not Out; Axar Patel 1/40).

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