Bangladesh succumb to spin again

Bangladesh v South Africa, 2nd T20I, Mirpur
South Africa chose to bat again and this time the openers did better on a slow pitch, adding 95 in 63 balls© AFP
© AFPSouth Africa chose to bat again and this time the openers did better on a slow pitch, adding 95 in 63 balls
AB de Villiers scored a 34-ball 40 and was strangled down the leg side just as he was looking to kick on© AFP
© AFPAB de Villiers scored a 34-ball 40 and was strangled down the leg side just as he was looking to kick on
Bangladesh hit back with three wickets in the space of seven balls as South Africa were left to rebuild at 102 for 3© AFP
© AFPBangladesh hit back with three wickets in the space of seven balls as South Africa were left to rebuild at 102 for 3
Although Faf du Plessis was dismissed for 16, Rilee Rossouw and David Miller smashed 32 off the last two overs to finish with 169 for 4© AFP
© AFPAlthough Faf du Plessis was dismissed for 16, Rilee Rossouw and David Miller smashed 32 off the last two overs to finish with 169 for 4
Soumya Sarkar began the chase positively, and along with Tamim Iqbal added 46 in 35 balls© AFP
© AFPSoumya Sarkar began the chase positively, and along with Tamim Iqbal added 46 in 35 balls
Tamim skied one to square leg following which the spinners got stuck into Bangladesh. Eddie Leie, the debutant, picked up 3 for 16© AFP
© AFPTamim skied one to square leg following which the spinners got stuck into Bangladesh. Eddie Leie, the debutant, picked up 3 for 16
Rossouw, in addition to a handy 6-ball 19, claimed three catches as Bangladesh slipped from 55 for 1 to 82 for 6© AFP
© AFPRossouw, in addition to a handy 6-ball 19, claimed three catches as Bangladesh slipped from 55 for 1 to 82 for 6
They were eventually bowled out for 138 in the 20th over, falling short by 31 runs© AFP
© AFPThey were eventually bowled out for 138 in the 20th over, falling short by 31 runs

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