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Cricket Series: India vs South Africa 2015
South Africa Squad: F du Plessis*, KJ Abbott, HM Amla, F Behardien, Q de Kock†, M de Lange, AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, Imran Tahir, E Leie, DA Miller, JA Morkel, CH Morris, K Rabada, K Zondo
South Africa opened their ODI series against India with an impressive 5 runs win at Kanpur on Sunday despite heroics with the bat from Rohit Sharma.
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India leveled up the ODI series against South Africa after an impressive performance at Indore on Wednesday, securing a well-deserved 22 runs win.
MS Dhoni won the toss for India, and had no hesitation in electing to bat first. They got off to the worst possible start when losing the wicket of Sharma in the 2nd over of the innings to Radaba. Dhawan and Rahane did a good job of stabilizing the innings with a 58 runs partnership before Dhawan was caught by Duminy off the bowling of Morkel. A bizarre run out followed to see Kohli back in the pavilion with his score on 12. Rahane played a good knock of 51 off 63 balls, but failed to carry his effort on. It was once again left up to MS Dhoni to bat out the remaining overs, doing the job as well as always with 92 not out off just 86 balls to take India to a competitive total of 247/7, having been 124/6 at one stage. Dale Steyn was the top wicket taker for South Africa, ending with 3/49.
De Kock and Amla got their side off to a good start, ringing some alarm bells in the Indian camp. Faf du Plessis contributed a well-constructed 51 off 56 balls, but like his team mates wasn’t able to take capitalize on his start. South Africa lost wickets at regular intervals, with the spin duo of Patel and Singh doing the most damage with 5 wicket between them. The lower order or Radaba, Steyn offered some resistance, but South Africa were always behind the 8ball. Behardien was very unlucky to be given out, which swung the match in India’s favor towards the latter stages. South Africa were bowled out for 225 in the 44th overs, showing that had they kept wicket intact, the run rate was never a problem.