Kagiso Rabada, who began with a maiden in the series opener against India, sent Rohit Sharma packing for a duck with a peach of a delivery. It was full, just a tad outside off in that zone of uncertainty and forced Indian captain forward in defence before moving away on pitching to take the edge. The nick was gobbled up by Quinton de Kock in a sharp one-handed diving effort. At the other end, Rahul continued to dodge the array of in and outswingers from Wayne Parnell with India finishing their powerplay on 17/1 – their worst in the format. However, KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav soon stabilized the chase.
Early breakthrough 😤
Kagiso Rabada get the wicket of Rohit Sharma, India need 96 to win from 101 balls.
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