IND vs SA: Captain Bavuma reacted to the victory of D.Africa, told how to beat Team India

IND vs SA Temba Bavuma 20 World Cup 2022: South Africa won the T20 World Cup 2022 by 5 wickets against India. With the combined effort of the bowlers and then the batsmen, the South African team has achieved a resounding victory. Team captain Temba Bavuma looked very happy after this victory. Bavuma believes that the plans made after looking at the earlier matches were successful and that is the reason why his team has been able to achieve this victory.

Bavuma said, “After the completion of 10 overs, we were talking that we have to try our best because when you do that then you create opportunities. Fortunately, things went in our favor and we managed to get that momentum. Our batting lineup is in pretty good form except me. This is a batting line-up that has been together for a long time and have been building each other’s confidence even in pressure situations. Played here We had our eye on the matches and after that we decided on the length. The bounce we got from here helped us. We haven’t come as favorites in this tournament but it’s important for us to keep improving. Stay.”

In this way South Africa won the match

Batting first, the performance of the Indian team was very disappointing and they lost their 5 wickets for only 49 runs. Suryakumar Yadav struggled alone while playing an innings of 68 runs and somehow took India to the score of 133 runs. Lungi Ngidi took the highest four wickets for South Africa. Chasing the score, South Africa had also got 3 setbacks for 24 runs, but after this, Aidan Markram and David Miller scored half-centuries to give a spectacular victory to their team.

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