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India strangle South Africa to clinch victory in high-scoring T20 World Cup closing

India strangle South Africa to clinch victory in high-scoring T20 World Cup final
India had been topped the T20 World Cup champions on Saturday after sustaining their flawless profitable streak after beating South Africa within the closing at Kensington Oval on Saturday.

They set a 177-run goal for South Africa which managed to safe 169 runs.

The Proteas misplaced wickets early with Reeza Hendricks within the second over and Aiden Markram within the third over.

Tristan Stubbs was knocked out by Axar Patel within the ninth over.

Quinton de Kock was out within the thirteenth over after scoring 39 runs.

Hardik Pandya bought Heinrich Klaasen within the seventeenth over whereas Jasprit Bumrah bought Marco Jansen within the 18th over.

India captain Rohit Sharma had received the toss and opted to bat and if the intention was to place South Africa beneath stress it actually labored with Kohli, who has struggled for kind within the match, delivering a measured and managed knock. Kohli delivered when India wanted him essentially the most, making 76.

Kohli and Axar Patel placed on a partnership of 74 which was the muse of a complete of 176-7 that may show difficult for South Africa earlier than Shivam Dube helped step the tempo up on the finish with 27 off 16 balls.

Kohli, who had come into the ultimate averaging simply 10.71, made the right begin by hitting three fours off the opening over from Marco Jansen, with the 15 runs coming from the primary six balls a document excessive for a T20 World Cup closing.

Skipper Rohit, trying to keep that momentum, then struck boundaries off the primary two balls from left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj however then misjudged a sweep shot, discovering Heinrich Klaasen at mid-wicket who made a advantageous, low, diving catch.

Maharaj then claimed a second sufferer in his first over when Rishabh Pant additionally tried a sweep however mis-timed his shot badly, prime edging a full supply straight up within the air and into the gloves of wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock.

Kohli was trying assured however was in want of somebody to construct a partnership, after Suryakumar Yadav lasted simply 4 balls earlier than he holed out to Klaasen at deep square-leg off Kagiso Rabada.

India had been 45-3 on the finish of the six-over powerplay and added 30 extra, with no loss, on the midway level of their innings.

Kohli and Axar had been then motoring alongside properly and the 100 got here up off 82 balls with Axar smashing Rabada over long-on for six.

South Africa badly wanted to interrupt up the partnership they usually bought the breakthrough with some assist from India — non-striker Axar (47) hesitated after in search of a fast single and De Kock did nicely to hit the stumps on the different finish.

Kohli reached his half-century from 48 balls and celebrated by launching the following ball he confronted, from Rabada, over long-on for six.

Kohli lastly went within the nineteenth over caught by Rabada at long-on off Jansen after hitting six fours and two sixes in his 59-ball innings.

It was a really minor comfort for Jansen who ended with figures of 1-49 off his 4 overs.

Regardless of fears of rain, the sport came about in shiny sunshine and with a gusty wind blowing throughout the 28,000-capacity venue which was near full.

Rohit and his South African counterpart Aiden Markram each named unchanged line-ups from the groups which received their respective semi-finals.

Squads
India: Rohit Sharma (captain), Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant (wicketkeeper), Suryakumar Yadav, Shivam Dube, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Ravindra Jadeja, Arshdeep Singh, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah.

South Africa: Quinton de Kock (wicketkeeper), Reeza Hendricks, Aiden Markram (captain), Heinrich Klaasen, David Miller, Tristan Stubbs, Marco Jansen, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Tabraiz Shams.