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SA vs ENG T20 Series: Eoin Morgan equals his own record in the third T20 International match

SA vs ENG T20 Series
SA vs ENG T20 Series

The three-match T20 International series between South Africa and England is over. The last match of the series was played on 16 February (Sunday) at Supersport Park, Centurion. In this match, South Africa scored 222 runs while batting first and England won the match by losing 226 runs after losing five balls with five balls remaining. England captain Eoin Morgan was the hero of this victory and he notched 57 not out off 22 balls. With this fast-paced fifty, Morgan equaled his own record. With this victory, England won the T20 International series 2–1.

Morgan hit Pachasa off 21 balls, equaling his own record in terms of England’s fastest T20 International fifty. Earlier in 2019, at Napier, Morgan hit a B21 ball against New Zealand and now in this match, he hit Pachasa on the same ball. In the case of England’s fastest Pachasa, Morgan Butler is followed by Jose Butler. Butler hit a 22-ball fifty against Australia in Birmingham and is followed by Jason Roy, who hit a half-century in the same series against South Africa on 22 balls.

The score stands at number four in successfully chasing the biggest score in T20 International. This is the second highest score achieved successfully by England. A look at the records made in this match-

The biggest goals successfully achieved against South Africa in T20 International –
232, West Indies in Johannesburg in 2015
230, England in Mumbai
223 in 2016 , England in Centurion
205 in the same match , Australia in Johannesburg in 2016.

Fastest T20 International against South Africa Pachasa
17 off 17 balls Chris Gayle, Cape Town,
19 balls in 2015 David Warner, Melbourne, 2009
20 balls Chris Gayle, 21 balls in 2015 in
Eoin Morgan, Centurion In the match

England’s fastest Pachass
21-ball match against Eoin Morgan, New Zealand in T20 International, Eon Morgan off 21 balls in 2019 at Napier, Jos Buttler off 22 balls
in the same match against South Africa in Centurion against
Australia in Birmingham
Jason Roy off 22 balls in 2018, in the same series against South Africa in East London

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