Eoin Morgan ‘unbelievable’ as captain as England level T20I series, says Rob Key

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Rob Key States Eoin Morgan was”unbelievable” as captain after England beat South Africa in Durban to Maintain the T20I series alive.

Following the hosts managed just 12 of those 15 runs they took from Tom Curran’s closing over as they ended in reply morgan’s men beat the Proteas.
England and South Africa are locked at 1-1 heading into Sunday’s decider live on Sky Sports Cricket from 12pm, also Essential says that’s in no small part.
“I know Curran was magnificent, do not get me wrong, however I thought Morgan as a priest was unbelievable,” said Sky Sports pro Crucial.
“Each ball, particularly when they’ve been hit out the park, he comes up and slows down the game, speaks to his bowlers and makes them to think clearly. There is.
“Everything we love about game is drama and not knowing who will win until the very end. That’s what T20 provides you. So it extends to the ball, the final over. You are on the edge of the seat”
The requirement was decreased by south Africa from three balls after Curran for four and six fell for the seamer to rally from then dismissing Bjorn Fortuin along with Pretorius and conceding only two runs from the ball of the final over to five runs.
David Lloyd states the match – in which Moeen Ali clubbed an 11-ball 39 and Quinton de Kock hammered 65 from 22 balls – has been an excellent spectacle but feels the umpires”lost control” through the chaotic climax.
The Proteas players contended while it appeared that house captain De Kock instructed Pretorius to review his own lbw dismissal from the South Africa dugout when he chose the catch off Curran to dismiss Fortuin that Adil Rashid was inside the 30-yard ring.
“It’s been thrilling, fantastic skill in the players,” said Bumble. “A match that went down to the cord.
“T20 cricket in its very, very best. It sets it up brilliantly for Centurion since these two will be going hammer and tongs.”
Lloyd added:”The umpires lost control. It seemed to me like [South Africa’s] Rassie van der Dussen had been attempting to restrain the match – .
“The umpires were helpless to block the 12th guy running on and off but I thought the South Africans forced them together with the review and by stating Rashid was out the circle.
“The umpires have to dominate the game and I want to see exactly what the ICC says about gamers remonstrating with the officials.”
See the T20I involving South Africa and England live on Sunday.

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