Ball-by-ball highlights of two Super Overs in India vs Afghanistan 3rd T20I in Bengaluru: Rohit heroics, Bishnoi magic

The third India vs Afghanistan T20I at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru entertained the fans, rewrote the record books, and gave away the series.

Two super overs were needed for the first time in the history of international cricket to separate the two teams and it was India who came out on top to win the series 3-0.

In batting, India recovered from a precarious 22/4 to post a mammoth 212/4 at the end of their allotted 20 overs thanks to a record century from captain Rohit Sharma (121*) and 69 * off 39 balls from Rinku Singh.

In response, three Afghan batters - Ibrahim Zadran (50 off 41), Rahmanullah Gurbaz (50 off 41), and Gulbadin Naib (55 off 23) - got half-centuries and Mohammad Nabi (34 off 16) played an outstanding role during the match. ended in a tie with the visitors at 212 for 6.

Indian captain Rohit Sharma (2L) and teammates gesture during the third and final Twenty20I against Afghanistan (AFP)

The same bowler cannot bowl a second Super Over

The Afghan players were certainly surprised. Captain Ibrahim Zadran was seen having a long discussion with umpires Virender Sharma and Jayaraman Madanagopal.