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India women vs South Africa women: Second T20I abandoned due to rain in Surat without a ball being bowled

  • Press Trust of India
  • September 26th, 2019
  • 22:39:18 IST

Surat: The second women's T20 International between India and South Africa was washed out on Thursday without a ball being bowled.

Persistent rain meant even the toss could not take place. The game was supposed to start at 7 pm local time and after inspecting the conditions at 8 pm, the umpires decided to call off the game.

India lead the five-match series 1-0.

The hosts managed to defend 130 in the series opener with spinner Deepti Sharma producing a match-winning effort, ending with phenomenal figures of three for eight in four overs including three maidens.

The third T20 will be played here on 29 September.

Updated Date: September 26, 2019 22:39:18 IST

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