An unbeaten 96 runs from Rilee Rossouw assisted South Africa in beating England by 58 runs in the second T20I match in Cardiff on Thursday. Rossouw's 55-ball innings was the foundation of their completion of 207-3, with opener Reeza Hendricks making 53, as the Proteas evened out the series at 1-1. Left-arm wrist-spinner Tabraiz Shamsi then, shined with the ball, and took 3-27 while all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo’s 3-39 limited England, to 149, who was pursuing 208 to win.
Jonny Bairstow top scored with 30 while the likes of Jason Roy, skipper Jos Buttler, and Moeen Ali all reached 20s yet neglected to score big. The groups have now exchanged weighty triumphs in the series, England won the match in Bristol by 41 runs and South Africa’s 58 runs win in Cardiff only 24 hours after the fact, sets up the groups with a decider.