Bhuvneshwar Kumar leads charge with 5-wicket haul as India take 1-0 lead in T20I series [Photos]

Catch the best photo highlights from India's 28-run victory over South Africa in first T20I

FirstCricket Staff February 19, 2018 13:43:22 IST
Indian players celebrate after winning the 1st T20I at Johannesburg as hosts South Africa fell short by 28 runs. PTI
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Indian players celebrate after winning the 1st T20I at Johannesburg as hosts South Africa fell short by 28 runs. PTI
Bhuvneshwar Kumar shone with the ball, becoming only the second Indian to bag a 5-wicket haul in T20Is. Unsurprisingly he was adjudged the Man of the Match. AFP
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Bhuvneshwar Kumar shone with the ball, becoming only the second Indian to bag a 5-wicket haul in T20Is. Unsurprisingly he was adjudged the Man of the Match. AFP
South Africa's opener Reeza Hendricks gave India a real scare with his innings of 70 off 50 balls before he was holed out in the 18th over. AFP
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South Africa's opener Reeza Hendricks gave India a real scare with his innings of 70 off 50 balls before he was holed out in the 18th over. AFP
Despite wickets falling at the other end Shikhar Dhawan held the innings together with a blistering 72 off 39 balls with the help of 10 fours and 2 sixes. PTI
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Despite wickets falling at the other end Shikhar Dhawan held the innings together with a blistering 72 off 39 balls with the help of 10 fours and 2 sixes. PTI
South Africa’s wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi was ecstatic after he trapped, Indian captain Virat Kohli, leg before wicket on 26. Reuters
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South Africa’s wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi was ecstatic after he trapped, Indian captain Virat Kohli, leg before wicket on 26. Reuters
THE FLYING BOOM! Jasprit Bumrah puts in a spectacular effort on the boundary to attempt a catch, but was signalled six by the umpire as the last contact before touching the ball was with the ropes. Reuters
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THE FLYING BOOM! Jasprit Bumrah puts in a spectacular effort on the boundary to attempt a catch, but was signalled six by the umpire as the last contact before touching the ball was with the ropes. Reuters