South Africa down Australia in rain-hit T20

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But in the end, there was no stopping the Proteas from claiming a 21-run victory over Australia in their reduced 10-overs-a-side Twenty20 global on the Gold Coast on Saturday night. "One player we'll really miss is Hardik Pandya, who's had an injury because he gives that balance to the side as a bowler and a batsman which allows you to play that extra bowler".

"So every team will have what they think works for us, that was silent treatment".

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Maxwell fought a defiant rearguard with 38 off 23 balls but Australia never looked like avoiding a fourth straight Twenty20 defeat and they finished their allotted 10 overs on 87 for seven.

Australia's captain Aaron Finch (2/L) and teammates listen to the speeches after losing the third one-day worldwide cricket match to South Africa who took the series 2-1, in Hobart on 11 November 2018. "We did well to pull it back in the end, but they had a lot of runs with them", Australia captain Aaron Finch said.

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De Kock departed in the sixth after scoring 22 off 16 to Maxwell. Glenn Maxwell, who was standing at the deep mid-wicket area grabbed a stunner to get Australia back on track.

Skipper Faf du Plessis led the way in their innings with 27 off 15 balls but Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell's fantastic catch curtailed his efforts. That left South Africa at 84 for three, triggering a rash of late wickets for only 24 runs. Earlier Andrew Tye and Nathan Coulter-Nile claimed two wickets each as South Africa reached 108 for six after being sent into bat.

Rabada also failed to clinch a single wicket from the two overs that he bowled in the match.

South Africa skipper, Faf du Plessis becomes the first ever worldwide captain to beat Australia at home in all three formats of the game.

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