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England vs South Africa, 3rd T20I Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore England vs South Africa, 3rd T20I 08 Monday August 2022 193528000000 South Africa won by 90 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 193528000000 RSA - 191/5 (20) ENG - 101 (16.4) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 193528000000 CRR:  6.06 Player of the Match Tabraiz Shamsi Player of the Series Reeza Hendricks Scorecard Refresh Commentary With less than three months to go for the T20 WC, England find themselves with plenty of thinking to do. Post-Morgan, they've struggled to up their game. The lack of pace in the bowling department has been a constant worry and they'll have to hope that Jofra Archer and Mark Wood are back in the mix as soon as possible. The top-order looks short of runs with Jason Roy getting frustrated with himself and his mode of dismissals. The swag that constituted England's batting has gone down in the past couple of series and some worries have started pegging them back. They have a T20I series in Pakistan ahead of the mega tournament, one final chance to iron out some of their chinks. On the other hand, South Africa are looking like a well-oiled unit, they were without skipper Bavuma for the entirety of the white-ball series but that didn't hurt them in any manner. The batting looks cracking, even in the absence of Bavuma and Rassie van der Dussen, who was rested for the T20I series. The depth in their bowling is quite frightening as well and they loom ready for a big crack at that World Cup. England will now turn their attention towards fine tuning for the 3-match Test series which starts on August 17th. On the other hand, South Africa will continue their white-ball tour with a couple of T20Is against Ireland in Bristol before starting their preparations for the Test series. Plenty of cricket around the world and we look forward to bringing you more exciting action in the coming days. For now, cheers and bye.. David Miller, winning captain: Defintely it is a privilege to play 100 games for the country. I thought our openers did well. The batters batted well throughout the series. We quickly forgot about the first game and bounced back in a phenomenal manner. Stubbs has improved in domestic cricket. We are backing our process from the last 18 months. Our guys have been raising their hands and performing at key moments. Jos Buttler, losing captain: Was a good score on the board. I still had confidence in the group but we fell well short. We lacked intent and confidence. We never tried to wrestle back the initiative. We haven't performed as well we have liked. We will try to get back to the way we want to play. We have gone through changes as a team. It is not because of lack of trying. Guys are desperate to get back to top form. Any time there is a WC, you are excited as a group. Reeza Hendricks, Player of the Series: Very happy with my performance. Was well supported by Aiden (Markram) today. In the last game by Rilee (Rossouw). I try go out and score runs. I have a job to score and do well. Whenever you step on to the field, you want to do well. I definitely thought it was a competitive score. It was a tricky wicket. We definitely improved after Bristol. Tabraiz Shamsi, Player of the Match: I enjoyed myself really. Credit to the batters to put up an above par score. The bowlers before me deserve all the credit. I reaped all the rewards. We got a pounding at Bristol. But I keep in mind how to bounce back. Before I came to the game, my wife casually said I want four wickets (laughs). Mo Ali, Player of the Summer: Yeah it has been decent. Disappointing summer for the team. I do enjoy batting. That knock at Bristol was the highlight for me. I think Jos as a captain wants us to take responsibility. My role is to be a floater. When I get the nudge, to go in and enjoy myself. I got decent form playing at the top-order for Chennai Super Kings (CSK). 17:56 Local Time, 16:56 GMT, 22:26 IST: So, Buttler's captaincy hasn't started well. Lost both the ODI and T20I series to India, a 1-1 draw in the ODI series and now another 1-2 loss in the T20Is, as England conclude a winless home white-ball season. The batting never really got going today, but to be fair, 191 was a massive ask on this pitch, which helped both pace and spin alike. They needed a big start from their captain, but Buttler was the first to fall and he was followed by the out-of-sorts Jason Roy. The asking rate put the middle-order under immense pressure and none of them got going. South Africa were superb with the ball and their fielders backed them up, as exemplified by that catch from Tristan Stubbs. Jonny Bairstow was left waging a lone battle as wickets fell around him, but even he couldn't really get going, before becoming the final wicket to fall. Tabriaz Shamsi enjoyed himself with a 5-wicket haul, but he did feast on the pressure created by the others in the bowling unit. Presentations coming up in a bit.. 16.4 Maharaj to Bairstow, out Caught by Miller!! South Africa have sealed the series, and it's only fitting that the acting captains of both series, Maharaj and Miller, combine to have the final say. Was nicely tossed up by Maharaj, slower and wider of off, Bairstow was into the big swipe, but can only manage a huge top-edge, went miles into the Southampton sky, giving Miller enough time to run in from deep mid-wicket, settle underneath and hold on. Bairstow c Miller b Maharaj 27(30) [4s-2] Maharaj to Bairstow, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 16.3 Maharaj to Bairstow, FOUR , clubbed , flighted delivery on off, Bairstow bends down low and sweeps it in front of square on the on-side, a massive gap between the two fielders and brings out an ironic cheer from the crowd 16.2 Maharaj to Bairstow, no run, Maharaj slows down the pace as Bairstow came down the pitch, swings across the line and gets an inside edge onto the pads 16.1 Maharaj to Bairstow, no run, tossed up just outside off, a one-handed hack to deep mid-wicket and Bairstow refuses the single Keshav Maharaj [3.0-0-17-1] is back into the attack Reece Topley, right handed bat, comes to the crease ENG: 97-9 after 16 overs 15.6 Shamsi to Adil Rashid, out Caught by Markram!! Shamsi has five and he's delighted to bits, so are his mates. Was the wrong 'un, but he dragged it short - Rashid had the right idea as he swivelled across on the pull, but he hits it straight and down Markram's throat at long-on. Another catch for Markram and it's another easy one as well. Adil Rashid c Markram b Shamsi 0(2) Shamsi to Adil Rashid, THATS OUT!! Caught!! A slip in place 15.5 Shamsi to Adil Rashid, no run, tossed up slower and at the stumps, Rashid comes down the pitch and swings blindly, beaten on the inside edge and is saved by his back-pad Adil Rashid, right handed bat, comes to the crease 15.4 Shamsi to Jordan, out Lbw!! Jordan has been given OUT LBW , looked pretty plumb and Shamsi was so confident that he started celebrating before appealing. Jordan has reviewed though, no bat and ball-tracking has umpire's call on hitting, shaving the leg-stump and the on-field call stays. Didn't look this close on normal view though. Was the leg-stump and Jordan played all around it as he shuffled across on the flick, missed on the inside edge and was struck in front of middle and leg. Four wickets for Shamsi, couldn't get a hat-trick, but can he get five? Jordan lbw b Shamsi 14(9) [4s-2] Load More Commentary

England vs South Africa, 3rd T20I

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore England vs South Africa, 3rd T20I 08 Monday August 2022 193528000000

South Africa won by 90 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 193528000000

RSA - 191/5 (20)
ENG - 101 (16.4)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 193528000000
CRR:  6.06

Player of the Match

Player of the Series

Commentary

With less than three months to go for the T20 WC, England find themselves with plenty of thinking to do. Post-Morgan, they've struggled to up their game. The lack of pace in the bowling department has been a constant worry and they'll have to hope that Jofra Archer and Mark Wood are back in the mix as soon as possible. The top-order looks short of runs with Jason Roy getting frustrated with himself and his mode of dismissals. The swag that constituted England's batting has gone down in the past couple of series and some worries have started pegging them back. They have a T20I series in Pakistan ahead of the mega tournament, one final chance to iron out some of their chinks. On the other hand, South Africa are looking like a well-oiled unit, they were without skipper Bavuma for the entirety of the white-ball series but that didn't hurt them in any manner. The batting looks cracking, even in the absence of Bavuma and Rassie van der Dussen, who was rested for the T20I series. The depth in their bowling is quite frightening as well and they loom ready for a big crack at that World Cup. England will now turn their attention towards fine tuning for the 3-match Test series which starts on August 17th. On the other hand, South Africa will continue their white-ball tour with a couple of T20Is against Ireland in Bristol before starting their preparations for the Test series. Plenty of cricket around the world and we look forward to bringing you more exciting action in the coming days. For now, cheers and bye..

David Miller, winning captain: Defintely it is a privilege to play 100 games for the country. I thought our openers did well. The batters batted well throughout the series. We quickly forgot about the first game and bounced back in a phenomenal manner. Stubbs has improved in domestic cricket. We are backing our process from the last 18 months. Our guys have been raising their hands and performing at key moments.

Jos Buttler, losing captain: Was a good score on the board. I still had confidence in the group but we fell well short. We lacked intent and confidence. We never tried to wrestle back the initiative. We haven't performed as well we have liked. We will try to get back to the way we want to play. We have gone through changes as a team. It is not because of lack of trying. Guys are desperate to get back to top form. Any time there is a WC, you are excited as a group.

Reeza Hendricks, Player of the Series: Very happy with my performance. Was well supported by Aiden (Markram) today. In the last game by Rilee (Rossouw). I try go out and score runs. I have a job to score and do well. Whenever you step on to the field, you want to do well. I definitely thought it was a competitive score. It was a tricky wicket. We definitely improved after Bristol.

Tabraiz Shamsi, Player of the Match: I enjoyed myself really. Credit to the batters to put up an above par score. The bowlers before me deserve all the credit. I reaped all the rewards. We got a pounding at Bristol. But I keep in mind how to bounce back. Before I came to the game, my wife casually said I want four wickets (laughs).

Mo Ali, Player of the Summer: Yeah it has been decent. Disappointing summer for the team. I do enjoy batting. That knock at Bristol was the highlight for me. I think Jos as a captain wants us to take responsibility. My role is to be a floater. When I get the nudge, to go in and enjoy myself. I got decent form playing at the top-order for Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

17:56 Local Time, 16:56 GMT, 22:26 IST: So, Buttler's captaincy hasn't started well. Lost both the ODI and T20I series to India, a 1-1 draw in the ODI series and now another 1-2 loss in the T20Is, as England conclude a winless home white-ball season. The batting never really got going today, but to be fair, 191 was a massive ask on this pitch, which helped both pace and spin alike. They needed a big start from their captain, but Buttler was the first to fall and he was followed by the out-of-sorts Jason Roy. The asking rate put the middle-order under immense pressure and none of them got going. South Africa were superb with the ball and their fielders backed them up, as exemplified by that catch from Tristan Stubbs. Jonny Bairstow was left waging a lone battle as wickets fell around him, but even he couldn't really get going, before becoming the final wicket to fall. Tabriaz Shamsi enjoyed himself with a 5-wicket haul, but he did feast on the pressure created by the others in the bowling unit. Presentations coming up in a bit..

16.4 Maharaj to Bairstow, out Caught by Miller!! South Africa have sealed the series, and it's only fitting that the acting captains of both series, Maharaj and Miller, combine to have the final say. Was nicely tossed up by Maharaj, slower and wider of off, Bairstow was into the big swipe, but can only manage a huge top-edge, went miles into the Southampton sky, giving Miller enough time to run in from deep mid-wicket, settle underneath and hold on. Bairstow c Miller b Maharaj 27(30) [4s-2]

Maharaj to Bairstow, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

16.3 Maharaj to Bairstow, FOUR, clubbed, flighted delivery on off, Bairstow bends down low and sweeps it in front of square on the on-side, a massive gap between the two fielders and brings out an ironic cheer from the crowd

16.2 Maharaj to Bairstow, no run, Maharaj slows down the pace as Bairstow came down the pitch, swings across the line and gets an inside edge onto the pads

16.1 Maharaj to Bairstow, no run, tossed up just outside off, a one-handed hack to deep mid-wicket and Bairstow refuses the single

Keshav Maharaj [3.0-0-17-1] is back into the attack

Reece Topley, right handed bat, comes to the crease

ENG: 97-9 after 16 overs

15.6 Shamsi to Adil Rashid, out Caught by Markram!! Shamsi has five and he's delighted to bits, so are his mates. Was the wrong 'un, but he dragged it short - Rashid had the right idea as he swivelled across on the pull, but he hits it straight and down Markram's throat at long-on. Another catch for Markram and it's another easy one as well. Adil Rashid c Markram b Shamsi 0(2)

Shamsi to Adil Rashid, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

A slip in place

15.5 Shamsi to Adil Rashid, no run, tossed up slower and at the stumps, Rashid comes down the pitch and swings blindly, beaten on the inside edge and is saved by his back-pad

Adil Rashid, right handed bat, comes to the crease

15.4Shamsi to Jordan, out Lbw!! Jordan has been given OUT LBW, looked pretty plumb and Shamsi was so confident that he started celebrating before appealing. Jordan has reviewed though, no bat and ball-tracking has umpire's call on hitting, shaving the leg-stump and the on-field call stays. Didn't look this close on normal view though. Was the leg-stump and Jordan played all around it as he shuffled across on the flick, missed on the inside edge and was struck in front of middle and leg. Four wickets for Shamsi, couldn't get a hat-trick, but can he get five? Jordan lbw b Shamsi 14(9) [4s-2]

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