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England chase 180 after Du Plessis fifty


South Africa have set England 180 to win in the first Twenty20 after the Curran brothers experienced the ups and downs of international cricket with wildly contrasting bowling spells.

The Proteas were put in by Eoin Morgan and reached 6-179, with former skipper Faf Du Plessis making 58 and Rassie Van Der Dussen 37.

Sam Curran turned in career-best figures of three for 28 after edging Moeen Ali out for the all-rounder’s slot, striking in the first over of the day, getting the vital scalp of Du Plessis and landing a third success with the last delivery of his allocation.

Tom Curran had no such luck, being hammered for 55 runs from his four overs, his most expensive T20 outing and easily the costliest of the innings.

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