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25th February 2017, 00:56 #1
South Africa (271/8) defeat New Zealand (112) by 159 runs in the 3rd ODI
New Zealand Team
DG Brownlie, TWM Latham†, KS Williamson*, LRPL Taylor, NT Broom, JDS Neesham, C de Grandhomme, MJ Santner, TG Southee, LH Ferguson, TA Boult
South Africa Team
HM Amla, Q de Kock†, F du Plessis, AB de Villiers*, JP Duminy, DA Miller, D Pretorius, WD Parnell, AL Phehlukwayo, Imran Tahir, K Rabada
South Africa won the toss and elected to bat.
25th February 2017, 01:13 #2
SA would like to get a solid start , so that they can build a good score
25th February 2017, 01:13 #3
15 / 0
3 overs bowled
25th February 2017, 01:15 #4
Kiwis need early wickets , to keep a lid on SA here
25th February 2017, 01:15 #5
Kock hammers through covers
25th February 2017, 01:23 #6
Kock 22 from 22 balls
25th February 2017, 01:35 #7
40 / 0
25th February 2017, 01:52 #8
faf gets that away
25th February 2017, 01:53 #9
magnificent shot by faf.
25th February 2017, 01:54 #10
63 / 1
25th February 2017, 01:58 #11
D Kock is looking good , he usually scores big when settled.
25th February 2017, 02:00 #12
Santher comes in , spin introduced.
25th February 2017, 02:05 #13
74 / 1
Both teams would be okay with the situation.
25th February 2017, 02:07 #14
Faf gets that away
25th February 2017, 02:10 #15
Kiwis ignoring Matt henry is really surprising.
25th February 2017, 02:12 #16
D Kock , solid innings again.
25th February 2017, 02:31 #17
106 / 1
25th February 2017, 02:35 #18
What a puller de Kock is
Don't save her
She don't wanna be saved
25th February 2017, 02:41 #19
25th February 2017, 02:59 #20
134 / 3
25th February 2017, 03:06 #21
SA need a partnership here
25th February 2017, 03:10 #22
The run rate is surprisingly low but if AB does fire, the run rate won't be much of a worry.
“I've never lost a game I just ran out of time.” Micheal Jordan
25th February 2017, 03:12 #23
25th February 2017, 03:15 #24
25th February 2017, 03:19 #25Test Match Debutant
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I believe, Kiwis can chase 280 or so, may be even 300, if one of their big guns fire.
25th February 2017, 03:19 #26
SA run rate is less than 5 at the moment.
25th February 2017, 03:21 #27
156 . 3
25th February 2017, 03:27 #28
25th February 2017, 03:29 #29
SA need at least 280 here.
25th February 2017, 03:36 #30
Two of the most explosive SA batsmen at the crease.
25th February 2017, 03:37 #31
5 down , Miller gone
25th February 2017, 03:43 #32
175 / 5
13 overs left
25th February 2017, 03:50 #33
180 / 6
66 balls left
25th February 2017, 03:54 #34
New Zealand are a terrific odi team, still feels like a Mccullum team. You have to love the way they play their cricket.
25th February 2017, 03:58 #35
AB is the key here
25th February 2017, 04:01 #36
Santher with his final over
25th February 2017, 04:08 #37
AB can take SA to 260 here
25th February 2017, 04:11 #38
Parnell is n o mug with the bat.
25th February 2017, 05:35 #39Junior Player
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Latham averages 1.5 in 2017. Scored 9 runs in 5 matches. RIP
25th February 2017, 06:17 #40
It's so painful to watch Kane bat, he's so poor outside off stump. I can't see him surviving in seaming or swinging conditions, he plays way too early and invites the edge.
Taylor is our best chance of chasing this, he's been playing really well since returning from surgery.
25th February 2017, 06:19 #41
25th February 2017, 06:33 #42
What's with the pace of this pitch? Amla, Faf, Kane, Ross and Duminy never got into it and they are all quality batsmen at least.
AB and de Kock were wonderful.
لَا إِلٰهَ إِلَّا الله مُحَمَّدٌ رَسُولُ الله
25th February 2017, 06:36 #43
25th February 2017, 07:15 #44
Pathetic Latham needs to be permanently dropped from ODI's
Dazzling the stage, Ginga Bishonen. Shinpathy!
25th February 2017, 07:52 #45
Would have loved to watch, looks like AB and QdK were the difference though.
25th February 2017, 07:59 #46
25th February 2017, 08:05 #47
South Africa too good for this Kiwi side
25th February 2017, 08:27 #48First Class Star
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Well played SA.
Very good inning by AB on a sluggish track.
A game changing knock.SA could have well ended up at 225 if he had failed.
25th February 2017, 08:50 #49
The Standard Bank Proteas produced the perfect response to their defeat earlier in the week as a team performance allowed them to crush New Zealand by 159 runs at the Westpac Stadium and take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series on Saturday.
Half-centuries from AB de Villiers and Quinton de Kock provided the backbone of South Africa’s 271/8 after they had won the toss and elected to bat.
While that total looked difficult to gauge at the halfway point of the match, the Proteas seamers proved that it was much stronger than many thought, as they produced a consummate bowling performance to skittle the Black Caps for 112 inside 33 overs on a pitch that did just enough for the bowlers.
In the process of scoring 85 from 80 deliveries, De Villiers became just the second South African after Jacques Kallis to register 9000 ODI runs, and the quickest batsman in history to reach the landmark.
The Proteas captain brought up the record in his 205th innings - 23 innings quicker than the previous record holder, Sourav Ganguly. Amazingly, he achieved the feat in 9005 deliveries - again the quickest in history.
Although De Villiers was given a strong platform by Quinton de Kock’s fifth straight score of fifty or more, which meant South Africa were 114 for two in the 23rd over when the captain came to the crease, De Villiers struggled to find a reliable partner thereafter.
De Kock (68) followed Faf du Plessis (36) back to the pavilion soon after De Villiers arrived, and another mini-collapse saw JP Duminy and David Miller fall in quick succession.
It was only when Wayne Parnell (35) joined De Villiers that South Africa regained some momentum, as the pair added 84 for the seventh wicket in just 64 balls, giving the tourists some confidence at the innings break.
Parnell then opened the bowling and removed Tom Latham in his first over, while Kagiso Rabada, who returned from a niggle, dismissed Dean Brownlie in his second over with a superb delivery that caught the edge.
That brought New Zealand’s two key batsmen, Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor, to the crease and the New Zealand captain was given an early life when Parnell found the outside edge but Hashim Amla dropped the catch at slip.
Williamson and Taylor threatened to punish that error as they added 35 to the total with some clean hitting, but South Africa’s change bowlers tied them up perfectly before Andile Phehlukwayo struck.
Phehlukwayo’s first 16 deliveries had cost just four runs while Dwaine Pretorius’ opening over yielded just one, when Williamson attempted to run a ball down to third man and played on.
Pretorius trapped Taylor lbw in the next over as the batsman became frustrated by the lacking of scoring opportunities, before Phehlukwayo had Neil Broom caught by Amla at slip for a duck.
Most impressive was the manner in which the seamers maintained the pressure from that point on - none of them went for more than Parnell’s 4.13 per over, while Pretorius’ 5.2 overs yielded a phenomenal 3 for 5.
That pressure proved too much for New Zealand’s lower order. Colin de Grandhomme finished unbeaten on 34, but the others had no answer as South Africa swept to a handsome win.
The series returns to Seddon Park in Hamilton for the fourth ODI on Wednesday, ahead of the finale at Eden Park in Auckland next Saturday.
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25th February 2017, 08:51 #50
Ab odi goat
Don't save her
She don't wanna be saved