IND vs SA: This shameful world record of T20 cricket was recorded in the name of Rishabh Pant
The five-match series played between India and South Africa was tied 2-2 due to the fifth T20 match being canceled due to rain. In the deciding match of the series, the South African captain won the toss. With this, an embarrassing record has been registered in the name of Indian captain Rishabh Pant in T20.
Rishabh Pant became the first captain in the world to lose five or more tosses in a bilateral series. For the first time in both women's and men's cricket, a captain has lost the toss five times in a row.
In the fifth T20 match, Keshav Maharaj won the toss and elected to bowl in place of injured Temba Bavuma for the South African side. India batted first for the fifth time in a row. However, this match could last only 3.3 overs.
India had lost two wickets for 28 runs in so many overs. This match had to be canceled due to rain.