In January 2015, south Africa made 231 runs in an international t20 against west indies but west indies chased it down comfortably with 4 balls to spare. This time, again South Africa rattled 229 against England but English batsmen turn out to be a nightmare for south Africa, and they chased down highest second run chase in T20 history.

English batsmen especially opener Jason Roy set the tone for this record run chase after the electric fifties from three of South African batsmen Quinton de Kock, Hashim Amla and JP Duminy.
England made the best use of their power play by scoring 83 runs.There were little cameo’s from England side Batsmen but Joe Root was the man for English side.Joe root made 83 runs of just 44 balls and take his side through a famous win.

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