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India win T20 World Cup as SKY falls in on Rainbow Nation

Ian Bishop went early. You could tell he wanted people to remember the phrase.

“Is this the day the Rainbow Nation find the pot of gold at the end?” he asked on commentary.

It was still only the 15th over. Maybe it was because it was his last over before he made way for commentators from the two competing teams, as is custom, to oversee the winning moment.

But the end felt nigh. It was raining sixes at the time. Heinrich Klaasen had just savaged Axar Patel, one of India’s players of the tournament, taking him for 24 off the over.

It was all over. South Africa were heading for their first major title in senior men’s cricket.

All they needed was a run a ball from the last five overs, with six wickets left and Klaasen and David Miller at the crease. They even got through another box-office Jasprit Bumrah over intact.

And then the SKY caved in on the Rainbow Nation.

First, Klaasen chased a wide one from Hardik Pandya that caught the edge and Rishabh Pant caught him at the wicket.

Bumrah then embossed his status as surely T20 international cricket’s greatest fast bowler with an extraordinary 18th over that went for just two and brought the wicket of Marco Jansen.

Arshdeep Singh reinforced the momentum swing with a thrifty 19th over.

All of which meant South Africa now needed 16 off the last six balls. The tension was asphyxiating. The drama had been unbearable. And it still had not reached its crescendo yet.

One of the finest catch i ever scene... suryakumar