IND vs SA: Rohit Sharma disappointed with India’s defeat, told where the team missed



India vs South Africa: South Africa defeated India by 5 wickets in the 30th match of the T20 World Cup. This match between both the teams was very exciting and the result of this match came out in the last over. Batting first, the Indian team scored 133 runs thanks to Suryakumar Yadav’s innings of 68 runs.

Chasing 134 runs, South Africa achieved this target in 19.4 overs. On behalf of the African team, Markram (52) and Miller (59) played a brilliant innings and put the match in the bag of the African team. At the same time, after this defeat of Team India, Indian team captain Rohit Sharma told that where did the team go wrong in this match.

Rohit told where the mistake happened

After the 5-wicket defeat against South Africa, Rohit Sharma said that ‘we were given hope that something would happen on the pitch. We knew Simmers would be of great help here. So it was not easy to chase this target. We think we are a bit behind in batting. We fought well but South Africa played well. When you look at the score, you always feel that you are in the game. We got many opportunities today which we could not capitalize on. We didn’t play very well today.

Rohit said that in the last two matches, we were very good in the field. We could not hold our chance. I have seen what happens to the spinners in the last two overs. It was the perfect time for Ashwin to bowl against the new batsmen, Miller also hit some good shots.

Water turned on Suryakumar Yadav’s innings

In the match played between India and South Africa in Perth, Suryakumar scored 68 runs off 40 balls. He hit 6 fours and 3 sixes. This is his second consecutive fifty in this T20 World Cup. Earlier, Suryakumar had scored an unbeaten 51 against the Netherlands. He has become the sixth player for India to score two consecutive half-centuries in this tournament.

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