Here we take a look at the hits and misses for Team India against South Africa
IND vs SA, 4th T20I: Dinesh Karthik helped India post 169/6 with his maiden T20I half-century and Avesh Khan then returned his career-best figures as the hosts thrashed South Africa by 82 runs to level the five-match series 2-2.
The RCB bowling mainstay relies a lot on his variations to outsmart the batters and he says that is something he needs to constantly develop.
Facing a must-win situation after losing the first two games, a young Indian team, led by skipper Rishabh Pant, made a strong comeback in the third T20I, and defeated South Africa by 48 runs in Vishakhapatnam
India vs South Africa: India's biggest moment in the field came when the indefatigable David Miller was dismissed by Harshal. Miller was unbeaten in the first two matches and had been not out in his last two IPL games also.
India vs South Africa 3rd T20I: It was a great slower delivery from Harshal Patel which foxed Miller completely as he was caught at extra cover by Ruturaj Gaikwad. This was the first time Miller was dismissed in the series and in fact his first dismissal in 5 matches.
India (179/5) defeated South Africa (131) by 48 runs in Visakhapatnam. South Africa lead five-match series 2-1
Harshal Patel picked up the wicket of opener Reeza Hendricks inside the powerplay. But it was his second spell that proved to be decisive as he removed the in-form David Miller with a slower delivery to all but guarantee India's win after a good show by the batters.
Out of the six wickets that India took in the second T20I, four were scalped by Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Rassie van der Dussen had played an unbeaten knock of 75 to help South Africa chase down 212 against India in the first T20I against India.