India's series decider against South Africa abandoned due to rain

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India and South Africa shared the spoils in their T20I five-match series after the decider was abandoned due to rain.

Having clawed back from 2-0 down in the series to set up a winner-takes-all meeting on Sunday, India made a slow start in Bengaluru in a match that was initially reduced to 19 overs because of poor weather.

Lungi Ngidi removed both Ishan Kishan (15) and Ruturaj Gaikwad (10) to leave India 28-2, with Shreyas Iyer and captain Rishabh Pant at the crease.

But the downpour resumed, leading to the abandonment of the match with just 21 balls having being bowled.

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