- England End the Tour by Defeating South Africa 2–1 in the T20 Series
- Eoin Morgan Hits Seven Sixes, Played Half Century with Butler and Bairstow
- Captain Morgan Also Conferred with Man of the Series Along with Man of the Match
SA v ENG:The thrill was at its peak in the third T20 match between South Africa and England. Playing first in this match, Proteas set a big score of 222 for 6 wickets in 20 overs and gave the target of 223 runs to the visiting team England. In response, England’s captain Eoin Morgan made such a stormy innings that everyone was surprised and he gave the team the victory.
Although for England, apart from Morgan. Jos Buttler (57) and Johnny Bairstow (64) also played fast fifties. Morgan’s innings was very attractive. he hit an unbeaten 57 runs with the help of 7 sixes off 22 balls and the team Won the victory by five wickets. Morgan’s strike rate was 259.08. With this match victory, England defeated South Africa 2–1 in the three-match T20 series and captured the series.
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Morgan Played Again in England’s Fastest Half-Century Innings in T20
England captain Eoin Morgan once again hit the fastest half-century for England. In this match against South Africa, he completed his half-century off just 21 balls. Earlier, Morgan had also hit a half-century in 21 balls against New Zealand in Napier in the year 2019. This means this is the second time he has scored the fastest half-century in T20 international cricket for England. Apart from Morgan, the fastest half-century batsman for England is Jos Buttler, who did it in 22 balls while Jason Roy also did it in 22 balls. SA v ENG.
Fourth Fastest Half-Century Against South Africa in T20 International Cricket
Eoin Morgan scored the fourth fastest half-century against South Africa in T20 cricket. He did this with 21 balls. The record for the fastest half-century in T20I against South Africa is named by Chris Gayle, who hit a half-century in 17 balls at Cape Town in 2015. in the second place is David Warner, who did this with 19 balls, and again at third place is Chris Gayle, who scored a half-century in 20 balls in the year 2015 itself.