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[Watch] Shreyanka Patil's Mastermind Around The Legs Dismissal Of Bosch In IND-W Vs SA-W 2nd T20I

Indian players celebrating a South African wicket in the second T20I (BCCI)Indian players celebrating a South African wicket in the second T20I (BCCI)

Ace Indian spinner Shreyanka Patil struck on the last ball of her expensive four-over spell against South Africa Women in the second T20I of the three-match series on July 7. Turning up at the iconic MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, the ‘Women in Blue’ spinner concluded her quota with figures of 1-37, as the visiting Proteas amassed 177-6 from 20 overs.

Shreyanka Patil gets her revenge by knocking over Bosch

South Africa’s number four batter Anneke Bosch, arriving to the crease at 75-2 in 8.1 overs, shared handy partnerships with Tazmin Brits and Nadine de Klerk to take her side past the 150-run mark. The 30-year-old batting all-rounder even blasted successive boundaries off young Indian spinner Shreyanka Patil to up the run-scoring ante in the slog overs for South Africa.

With Anneke Bosch racing to 40* from 31 balls with consecutive boundaries in the penultimate over of the innings, Shreyanka eventually got her revenge off the very next delivery by knocking over the South African with a length ball.

Getting across for a sweep, Bosch completely missed Patil’s trajectory to have her leg stump shattered as the Proteas lost its fifth wicket at 164 in 19 overs.

Annerie Dercksen launched three boundaries off the final three balls of the innings against Pooja Vastrakar to take South Africa Women to a commanding total of 177-6.

Earlier in the match, South African opener Tanzim Brits scored a calculated half-century after losing captain and opening partner Laura Wolvaardt to Vastrakar. Deepti Sharma fought back for Team India by getting rid of Brits and number three Marizanne Kapp to finish with impressive figures of 2-20 off four overs.

Unfortunately for the two teams, the entire Indian run-chase washed out owing to ceaseless rains at the venue. India, trailing 0-1 in the three-match rubber, will now face the visiting South Africans in the series-deciding third T20I at the same venue on July 9.