The last T20 match played in Bangalore was washed out due to rain and the 5-match series between Team India and South Africa ended in a 2-2 draw. In this way, Rishabh Pant, who had the chance to win the first series against South Africa on Indian soil, missed them. The match started 50 minutes late with 1 over being cut due to rain.
“Fans expected that a great decisive match would be seen but this did not happen and only 3.3 overs match could be played. In this match of 19-19 overs, India had scored 28 runs for the loss of 2 wickets till the game was stopped but the game could not be resumed due to rain.”
“The cancellation of the match left the spectators very disappointed but the Karnataka Cricket Association has tried to reduce their disappointment to some extent. In fact, after the cancellation of the match, it has been decided to refund 50 percent of the ticket money from the Karnataka State Cricket Association.
Who will get ticket money
“The Karnataka State Cricket Association has announced that due to the cancellation of the match due to rain, half the ticket money will be refunded to the spectators. Viewers will be able to withdraw this money by showing their ticket. The Karnataka Cricket Association will soon announce the complete process regarding this”