Sunday, 11 June 2017

India-South Africa Match in Exciting Phase

ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 is in exciting phase. While the teams from the Group-A to the semi-finals have been fixed, the picture of Group-B is still blurry. South Africa has given India the goal of 192 ...

London: The ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 is in exciting times. While the teams from the Group-A to the semi-finals have been fixed, the picture of Group-B is still blurry. The defending champions of this tournament, known as Mini World Cup, are showing a lot of interest in the Kennington Oval field for Team India semi-final, in which they face the World Number One team South Africa. Talk about the weather, so is good news. There is very little chance of rain during the match today. However the clouds will remain. Team India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to field first. South Africa's innings has been reduced to 191 runs in 44.3 overs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jaspreet Bumrah have taken two wickets each from Team India, while R Ashwin, Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja have taken one wicket, while three batsmen have been run out.


D.Africa lost 8 wickets in the last 75 runs ...

South Africa's batting completely failed. Running especially among the wickets was so bad that three batsmen were runouts, while two or three occasions were also made, but the throw was not on the wickets. At one time, the Proteas team scored 116 runs for 2 wickets in 24.2 overs, then 75 runs and the compositions lost eight wickets and the entire team was out at 191. Opener Quinton Dicock scored 53 runs (4 fours) in most 72 balls. Hashim Amla scored 35 runs (54 balls, 3 fours, 1 six). He got a life-saving 16 runs, when Hardik Pandya bowled his catch on his own ball, but they could not take advantage of it. Amla and Deacock added 76 runs for the first wicket, then Dikouck and Faf du Plessis shared 40 runs for the second wicket. Duplessis scored 36 runs (50 balls). AB de Villiers (16), David Miller (1) and Imran Tahir (1) were run out.

Over rate overnight batting of South Africa

First 15 overs: Team India's bowling, bowling, Amla
For the Proteas team, regular opening pair of opening Hashim Amla and Quintan Dikou did the same, while Uthand Bhuvneshwar Kumar of Swing bowled the first over in the bowling of Team India, with three runs. Slingi action bowler Jaspreet Bhamrah scored the same runs in the second over. In the third and fourth overs, 12 runs were scored. South Africa scored 21 runs in the first 5 overs. In the sixth over, Bumrah hit the boundary and scored five runs, while in the seventh and eighth over there were four runs. Three runs in the ninth over. Virat Kohli put off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin in the 10th over. Two runs in his over. D.Africa - 35/0 in 10 overs


In the 11th over, Virat bowled the hardest Pandya. He spent six runs including a leg-bye. In the 12th over, Ashwin gave seven runs including a four for Dikouk. In the 13th over, Amla got a life-saving 16 runs on the final ball, when Hardik Pandya bowled his catch on his own ball. In the 14th over, Ashwin gave two runs. In the 15th over, Amla scored a six off the top of the square leg to Pandya. Putting the Chowk also add 10 runs with the decouac. D.Africa - 62/0 in 15 overs

16 to 30 overs: Ashwin-Jadeja Chhea, Amla-Dikouk returned, 4 wickets fell
Team India's bowlers looked impressive, but they did not get the wicket. In the 16th over, Ashwin gave five runs. In the 17th over Ravindra Jadeja gave four runs. In the 18th over, Ashwin gave Team India the first breakthrough. He caught Amla (35) with Dhoni. Over six runs in over In the 19th over, seven runs were scored. In the 20th over, Ashwin hit 10 fours in a row. In the 21st and 22nd over, 10 runs were scored. In the 23rd and 24th over, total 12 runs were spent. In the 25th over, Ravindra Jadeja bowled Quintan Dikouc (53 runs, 72 balls) and spent three runs. In the 26th over Pandya got two fours and spent 12 runs. In the 27th and 28th over, eight runs were scored. Jadeja's second ball was bowled by AB de Villiers (16) in the 29th over. Dhoni was bowled on Pandya's throw by Dhoni. The third wicket of Proteas dropped at 140 runs. In the 30th over, Ashwin's first ball was mixed up in Duplessis and Miller, and Miller had to get out of the run. Proteas- 145/4 in 30 overs


31 to 44.3 overs: Fully dominated Team India, 6 wickets fell


In the 31st over Ravindra Jadeja, JP Duminy was declared the Umpire, but he took a review, in which the knot was out. In the 32nd and 33rd over, there were four runs. Pandya bowled Faf du Plessis for 36 in the 34th over. In the 35th and 36th over, six runs were scored. On the score of 167 in the 37th over, Bumrah scored a sixth blow to the Proteas team. He got Chris Morris (4) caught by Bhuvan In the 38th and 39th over, eight runs were scored. Three runs in the 40th over. In the 41st over, Bumrah pitched out Adlyle Pi. In the 43rd over, Bhuvi caught Rabada (5) with Dhoni. In the same over, Bhuvi caught Morne Morkel (0) with Virat Kohli. In the last 14 overs (28.2 to 42.2 overs), 6 wickets fell 44 runs. Made a run in the 44th over. Imran Tahir was run out in the 45th over. At the same time, the Proteas team's innings was reduced to 191 runs. JP Duminy (20) remained unbeaten Proteas in the 44.3 overs - 191/10
                                                       ---Suveer Chaudhary

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