New Delhi: England have finally taken an unassailable 2–0 lead in the T20 series being played in South Africa. In the second T20 played at Pearl's Bolond Park, South Africa scored 146 runs in the first play. The England team, which came into play in response, may have started off slow but in the middle order, Ben Stokes and Eoin Morgan played the innings and brought the team to the threshold of victory.
Earlier, Bavuma and Dickock landed at the opening for South Africa. Bavuma was bowled by Joffra Archer for just 13 runs. After this Hendrix scored 16 runs. Duplessis from which South Africa had high expectations. He was able to score only 11 runs. However, Dickock made some good shots during this period. But as he was going towards the score, Chris Jordan got him caught out by Tom Curran. Dickock scored 30 runs.
In the middle order, Wayne Darse scored 25 from 29 balls and George Lynde scored 29 runs in 20 balls with the help of two fours and a six, taking the score to 146. For England, Jofra Archer took 1 for 18 in four overs, while Adil Rashid took two wickets for 23 runs. Tom Curran and Chris Jordan also managed to take 1-1 wickets.
In pursuit of the target, England started fast thanks to Jason Roy and Jos Buttler, but in the fourth over, Jason became the victim of Royal lungi cash. Jason scored 13 runs while Jos Buttler scored 22 runs. Butler was bowled by Shamsi.
England batsman David Malan once again played a brilliant game, scoring 55 runs in 40 balls with the help of seven fours and a six. He partnered with captain Eoin Morgan on Ben Stokes after Johnny Bairstow was out for just 3 runs.
Ben Stokes scored 16 from 13 balls and Eoin Morgan scored 26 runs in 17 balls with the help of three fours and a six and brought his team to the threshold of victory. For South Africa, Shamsi took three wickets for 19 runs in 4 overs. Lungi got two wickets but for this he gave 51 runs. Rabada took one wicket for 25 runs.