India vs South Africa: Fifth T20I called off due to rain, series shared

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The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) later revealed that they would refund 50 percent of the ticket money to spectators after the washout.

India and South Africa shared the awards in the five-match T20I series after the last game here on Sunday was canceled due to rain and only 3.3 overs could be played.

India and South Africa were level at 2-2 after four matches.

After being placed at bat, the incessant downpour delayed the game by 50 minutes. It started to rain just before the start of the game.

The shortened match did start at 19:50 but was canceled after only 16 minutes of play, in which India had 28 runs due to two wickets.

Lungi Ngidi took both wickets from Ishan Kishan and Ruthuraj Gaikwad with a couple of slower pitches.

Kishan hit two sixes after Kehsav Maharaj’s opening but was nullified by Ngidi’s slower serve as he took the shot early and played to the end.

Gaikwad also failed to pick up a slower delivery and was eliminated in the middle before the skies opened up again to stop the decisive series.

The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) later revealed that they would refund 50 percent of the ticket money to spectators after the washout.

This story was published from a news agency news feed without text changes.


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