Bangladesh Under 19s won by 9 wickets (DLS Method)
The first T20I between South Africa and India was abandoned without a ball bowled due to continuous showers in Dharamshala on Sunday which means that the newly appointed T20I skipper, Quinton de Kock, would have to wait another game to start his journey as the captain.
Experienced middle-order batsman David Miller has backed de Kock to do well as the captain of the side in the absence of Faf du Plessis as he feels that the wicket-keeper batsman has a great cricketing mind along with his experience at the international level.
“He's been around for many years, and he's got an incredible cricket brain. It's been really good so far and we'll see as it progresses how we go along. It's really nice to be alongside him and supporting him in whatever role he wants me to do. Yeah, it's been great so far and hopefully it continues,” he said about de Kock.