England beat South Africa in their extraordinary chasing game at their Group 1 encounter of ICC WT20 2016 at Mumbai on Friday night. After winning the toss, England sent South Africa to bat first. South Africa put a mammoth total of 229/4 (20 overs) on the board. In reply, England chased successfully that total in 19.4 overs after losing 8 wickets. England claimed a special win in this game by 2 wickets.

The whole match is described in pictures in the following:

  1. South African openers Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock started with stormy innings. Both of them put 83 runs on the board in the power-play. The partnership was 96 runs off 43 balls. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. Hashim Amla played a quick-fire knock of 58 runs in just 31 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. Quinton de Kock displayed a stormy knock of 52 runs in just 24 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. England skipper Eoin Morgan took an important catch of dangerous South African batsman AB de Villiers. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. JP Duminy finished the innings with his stormy style of 54* in just 28 balls with 3 fours and 3 sixes. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. In reply, England started with more dangerous fashion. England openers Jason Roy and Alex Hales put 44 runs in just first 2 overs. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Jason Roy

Alex Hales

  1. After that, South Africa made a comeback in the match with some quick wickets. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. Joe Root carried on the stormy opening start and played a match-winning innings of 83 runs in just 44 balls. He was awarded man of the match for his extraordinary innings. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. Moeen Ali successfully finished the match with his style by taking a single in 19.4 overs. (Image Credit: Twitter)


  1. At last, South Africa choked once again in the big tournament. (Image Credit: Twitter)                                                                                                                                     


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