David Malan (55) scored a half-century as England beat South Africa by four wickets in the second T20 match to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. In the match played at Boland Park Stadium here, South Africa batted first and scored 146 runs at the loss of six wickets. England achieved the target by losing six wickets a ball earlier.
Easy chasing the goal, England quickly lost the wicket of Jason Roy (14). After this, Jos Buttler (22) also returned to the pavilion. Johnny Beasto could score only three runs. Malan was then joined by Ben Stokes (16) and captain Eoin Morgan.
Mali was dismissed by Lungi Angidi for a total score of 134. Sam Karan (1) was also out. Captain Morgan won the team unbeaten on 26 runs. Chris Jordan was unbeaten with one run scored.
Earlier, South African batsmen could not score big and the team kept losing wickets continuously. Captain Quinton de Kock scored the highest 30 runs for the team. George Linde, 29, Rasi van der Dusain, scored 25 runs.