After a spectacular 82-run victory against South Africa in the fourth edition of the present five-match T20I series at the Saurashtra Cricket Association in Rajkot, India has not only bounced back by winning two games in a row, but has also tied the series at 2-2. Check Chinnaswamy Stadium owner: M Chinnaswamy Stadium capacity
As a result of this scenario, the 5th T20I, which will be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, will determine who will win the trophy, which has been evenly contested thus far.
M Chinnaswamy Stadium capacity
The M.Chinnaswamy Stadium currently has a seating capacity of around 40,000 people.
Team India has won three and lost two matches at the aforementioned site, for a winning percentage of 40. South Africa has only played one T20I at this location, which they won by 9 wickets against India in 2019.
The aforementioned match will also be the final T20I at Chinnaswamy Stadium, which will host its eighth T20I after nearly a three-year hiatus.
Chinnaswamy Stadium owner
The M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, formerly known as the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) Stadium, is located in the centre of Bengaluru.
Mangalam Chinnaswamy, a lawyer, cricket administrator, and founding member of the Mysore State Cricket Association, was honoured with a renaming of the stadium. From 1977 until 1980, he was the president of the BCCI.
The stadium is owned by the Government of Karnataka and leased to the KSCA for a 100-year period, as its previous name suggests.
The stadium was the first of its sort in the world, with solar panels generating the majority of the power required to run it.
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