In the 17th over, Suryakumar Yadav not only completed his half-century, but also gave KL Rahul a chance to complete his half-century. Actually, before the start of the 16th over, Surya was on 39 runs, while KL Rahul 43 runs, but in this over 360 degree batsman blew two fours and reached 48 runs. Rahul, on the other hand, had 44 runs.
In such a situation, Surya completed his half-century by taking a single in the last over. KL Rahul was given a chance to complete the half century and finish the match. Where was KL Rahul also going to miss the opportunity. He not only gave victory to Team India by hitting Shamsi for an unmatched six, but also completed his fifty.
Dhoni had given Virat a chance
Something similar happened in 2014 against South Africa itself. At that time Virat was playing with a half-century, while Dhoni came on the field, India needed one run to win, while it was the last ball of the over.
Every player of Team India was ready for celebration, so Dhoni just stopped the ball and did not run for runs. This gave Kohli a chance to finish the match.
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