Agarwal, Vohra help India A gun down 190
India A 193 for 2 (Agarwal 87, Vohra 56) beat South Africans 189 for 3 (Duminy 68*, du Plessis 42) by eight wickets with two balls to spare
The South Africans began their tour of India by amassing a tall score in their their T20 game against India A, but couldn't convert that into a win as fifties from Mayank Agarwal (87 off 49 balls) and Manan Vohra (56 off 42) helped the home side prevail.
Chasing 190, India A began on a strong footing, courtesy a 119-run opening stand in 12.4 overs between Agarwal and Vohra. After Vohra was dismissed by JP Duminy, Agarwal and Sanju Samson, who scored an unbeaten 31 off 22 balls, went on to add 52 in 4.4 overs. Despite Agarwal's dismissal in the 18th over, India A were hardly troubled, eventually finishing the game in the last over. Four of the visitors' bowlers conceded more than 10 runs an over.
Electing to bat in the morning, the South Africans lost Quinton de Kock, who was run-out, to the fourth ball of the match. AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis then added 87 runs in 9.2 overs, and after de Villiers was removed by Kuldeep Yadav, Duminy took over. He smashed an unbeaten 68 off 32 balls as the South Africans amassed 83 off their last 46 balls.