The Lankan Lions continued their recent dominance in Bangladesh with the assistance of Kusal Perera and their bowlers as they beat the Proteas in a close game.
A combined team work by the visiting Australians maintained their winning spree against the hosts South Africa who lost another game in Centurion.
The Kangaroos exhibited their strength in the shortest version of the game against the Proteas who surrendered a seven overs rain restricted game at Kingsmead.
The Proteas came back in the series by demolishing the strong batting line up of the Kangaroos twice within four days and clinched the encounter comfortably.
The strong batting line up of India surrendered against the fierce fast bowling of South Africa as the hosts won the consecutive game and the series.
The South African batsmen toyed with the bowling of India, showered boundaries at will and their bowlers punctured the strong batting of the visitors.
The lady luck kept away from the visiting Green Shirts who were chasing nicely but lost the rain affected first Twenty20 against the Proteas at Johannesburg.
The Proteas continued with their blistering form against the Green Shirts when they outplayed the hosts in all departments of the game in the first Twenty20.
Dale Steyn produced his career’s best spell against Pakistan when he demolished their batting and South Africa grasped the game smoothly at Abu Dhabi.
An eventful fifty by the middle order batsman of Otago, James Neesham, tied the game with Lions besides a sizzling unbeaten hundred from Quinton de Kock.