India vs South Africa 3rd ODI Highlights – 18 Oct 2015

India vs South Africa 3rd ODI Highlights – 18 Oct 2015


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Cricket Series: India vs South Africa 2015

Team Squad:

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

India Squad: India Squad MS Dhoni*†, S Aravind, R Ashwin, STR Binny, S Dhawan, Harbhajan Singh, V Kohli, B Kumar, A Mishra, AR Patel, AM Rahane, SK Raina, AT Rayudu, MM Sharma, RG Sharma

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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Post Match

South Africa took a 2-1 lead in the ODI series against India at Rajkot on Sunday after a brilliant display by their pace bowlers.

AB de Villiers won the toss and elected to bat first. South Africa opened the batting with Quinton de Kock and David Miller and the change worked as the pair put on a opening partnership of 72 before Miller was dismissed by Harbhajan Singh. Amla for once failed when he was stumped off the bowling of Mishra, bringing Faf du Plessis to the crease. De Kock went on to score yet another century against India, reaching 103 off 118 balls before being run out in the 40th over by Dhawan. Du Plessis blasted 60 off 63 to add some impotence to the innings, but the loss of wickets in the latter over slowed down South Africa. Behardien contributed 33 off 36 balls, but the likes of Duminy and de Villiers failed to get going when it was needed. South Africa reached 270/7 after 50 overs. Mishra was the most economical bowler for India, conceding just 38 off his 10 overs.

Rohit Sharma was back to his best, scoring 65 off 74 balls before he was caught and bowled by Duminy, again failing to take on his effort. Kohli played a captains knock of 77 off 99 balls, getting India on track for the win, but lost his wicket at a crucial time in the 46th over. It was the bowling of Morne Morkel that did all the damage, ending with match winning figures of 4/39 from his 10 overs as they restricted India to 252/6 after 50 overs. The young Radaba was excellent at the death with the ball, conceding just 39 from his 10 overs, which saw South Africa over the line. The good bowling display saw South Africa to a well-deserved 18 runs win.