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IND vs SA | Rain washes out Dharamshala series opener

The first ODI encounter between India and South Africa has been called off after heavy rains play spoilsport at the HPCA stadium in Dharamsala. The toss, which was supposed to take place at 1 PM IST, was delayed until the much-awaited series opener was finally abandoned at 5.20 PM IST.
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reportcricket2 years ago

ICC U19 World Cup | Hosts South Africa qualify for Super League on rain-hit day

South Africa were able to beat UAE by 23 runs through the DLS method, thanks to a strong batting performace as they booked their berth in the Super League. Elsewhere, Sri Lanka rolled over Japan while Zimbabwe had a comprehensive win over Scotland and England thumped Namibia to enter Plate League.
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BP XI v SA | Rohit Sharma scores duck, Umesh Yadav concedes 56 in 11 overs in warm-up match

Rohit Sharma was dismissed for a two-ball duck on his red-ball debut as an opener by Vernon Philander in the warm-up match against South Africa. Meanwhile, Umesh Yadav also had a disappointing outing conceded 56 runs in 11 overs, picking up only one wicket for the Board Presidents XI. 
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World Cup 2019 | South Africa and WIndies split points as rain plays spoilsport in Southampton

South Africa finally got on the board in the ICC World Cup 2019 after the Rain Gods saved them the blushes of a fourth straight defeat, in the tournament, in Southampton. Sheldon Cottrell had already send both Hashim Amla and Adien Markram packing with the scoreboard reading 29/2 in 7.3 overs.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa 2nd T20I | Klassen, Duminy help hosts level series 1-1

South Africa levelled the three-game T20I series winning the game by six wickets banking on Heinrich Klaasen and JP Duminy’s heroics in the middle overs after a poor start. Earlier, India had posted a target of 189 runs as MS Dhoni and Manish Pandey both scored fifties after an early collapse.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa | India win first T20I to take 1-0 lead

Virat Kohli’s side kept their dominance intact in the limited-overs format as India beat South Africa by 28 runs in the first T20I in Johannesburg. After India posted a mammoth 204-run target batting first, South Africa’s top order collapse ensured that the side ultimately fell short while chasing.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa | Visitors secure historic series win in style

Rohit Sharma’s classy century on a tricky surface saw India post a competitive total of 274 while batting first, which was enough to secure their first ever series win against the Proteas. South Africa, however, kept losing wickets at regular intervals to concede the series with a game to play.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa | “Killer” Miller and “Classy” Klassen helps hosts secure first win of the series

After getting two lives in two consecutive overs, David Miller made India pay for their mistakes and with a swashbuckling 39-run innings, gave SA a five-wicket victory. India posted 292 thanks to a Shikhar Dhawan century, but rain interruption resulted in SA be given a 202-run target in 28 overs.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India v South Africa | Virat Kohli's century helps India take an unassailable 3-0 lead in series

Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal continued their blistering form in the third ODI in Cape Town as the duo’s 8-wicket haul wrapped up South Africa for 179 runs in the second innings. Earlier, India managed to post a massive target of 304 banking after Virat Kohli’s unbeaten 160-run knock.
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reportcricket4 years ago

India vs South Africa | Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav sink SA to gain 2-0 lead in series

Despite South Africa getting an early warning of India’s lethal wrist spinning duo in Durban, the hosts’ struggles continued in Centurion as the leggies claimed an eight-wicket haul to round up a pathetic SA for 118 runs. In reply, India reached the score in 21 overs with nine wickets in hand.
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