India will have to wait to confirm their first series win in South Africa. The Proteas dished out an inspiring performance in the 4th ODI to beat India by 5 wickets (DLS) method in a rain-affected match. Chasing a revised target of 202 from 28 overs, South Africa were in trouble when they lost 4 wickets and then David Miller but that was called a no-ball. Then Miller and Klaasen stitched together a 72-run stand before Phehlukwayo’s cameo (23 off 5) finished the game for South Africa. India played their 50 overs and posted 289 for 7. Once 300 looked easy when Kohli (75) and Dhawan (109) were batting together but both fell either side of a rain break and India managed only 89 runs in the final 15.4 overs to finish a little low.
India vs South Africa 4th ODI: As it happened