In the last one-dayer in Centurion in South Africa, India won by 8 wickets. Virat Kohli’s batting collapsed and scored 129 runs from 96 balls, India reached 32.1 for two wickets. South Africa’s batting first bowled out 204 for 8 wickets.
Sardar Thakur’s good bowling and the South African team prevented a huge score. With 52 runs, he dismissed 4 wickets and put India back on track. But the Indian team batted with the 205 to win. Dhawan 18 (34) and Rohit Sharma 15 (13).
Bharat Kohli-Rahane’s 126-run partnership was included in the tournament. Rahane was dismissed for 34 in 50 balls. India won the first ODI series against South Africa on 5-1. India’s bowlers have lost to South Africa’s hopes of winning the final match.
The sixth one-day series was played in the last match of the match, which was a 4-1 win over another match. From the start of the match, the Indian bowlers have given preference to tighten the safari team. He bowled consistently and kept wicket in the match. The bowlers were bowled out for 204 in 50 overs for South Africa.
The bowlers who bowled bowling from the start of the series continued the same performance. Fast bowler Shraddhul Thakur, who had won the toss for South Africa, Shraddhula Thakur, who played the fourth international match, took four wickets in the match.
Earlier opener Marcham (3 fours in 30 balls, 24 sixes with one six) and Amla (10 from 19 balls) were sent to the pavilion for the first ten overs. The batsmen were then bowled by the batsmen, and the De Villiers (30 from 4 balls in 34 balls) did not stay in the crease for a long time. Bamra’s two wickets, Chahal 2 wickets, and Surfari batsmen have been adorned with a pavilion. Bumra bowled eight overs and dismissed 24 wickets for 2 wickets.
The young player Jondo made 3 wickets in 74 balls and 54 sixes in a six-wicket haul in a one-on-one wicket. After opener Marcott’s out-of-the-match batting in 9 overs, Jondo did not make any attempt to touch unnecessary balls with just the worst balls.
But in the 36th over by Chahal, the Pandya was caught by the Indian shot and ended the Jondo fight. Andy Feluquoi (34 from 42 balls) and Taylor Morne Morkel (20 runs from 19 balls) had scored 204 runs for the loss of seven wickets for 151.
Batting first after a 205-run target, India lost the first wicket in the third over. Opener batsman Rohit Sharma (15 from 13 balls in 13 balls) was stumped in the fifth one-day and was caught behind by Klassen in a langy bowling delivery.
Shikhar Dhawan (18 runs from 34 balls in the 34th over) was bowled by Khanna at the end of the 12th over.
Indian captain Virat Kohli has made a rare record in the sixth ODI. Kohli is the record player to score 100 catches in less than one match (208) in ODIs. Kohli achieved this feat after catching Imran Tahir in the bummer bowling.
Suresh Raina (100 catches in 223 matches), Azharuddin (156 catches in 231 matches), Dravid (125 catches in 283 matches), and Tendulkar (140 catches in 333 matches) are among the 100 athletes who have scored more than 100 catches before Kohli. Former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, like Captain Kohli In his match he has another rare feat in the match.
The wicket keeper made 600 catches in a limited overs tournament. Prior to Dhoni, the Cricket World Cup wicketkeeper (952 catches) and Gilchrist (813 catches) pinned.