India vs South Africa Highlights: Watch South Africa vs India 4th ODI Highlights played on 22 October 2015. Ind vs SA 4th ODI Highlights at Chennai. Watch IND vs RSA Cricket Highlights on Thursday.
Cricket Series: India vs South Africa 2015
India Squad: MS Dhoni*†, S Aravind, R Ashwin, STR Binny, S Dhawan, Gurkeerat Singh, Harbhajan Singh, V Kohli, B Kumar, A Mishra, AR Patel, AM Rahane, SK Raina, AT Rayudu, MM Sharma, RG Sharma
South Africa Squad: AB de Villiers*, KJ Abbott, HM Amla, F Behardien, Q de Kock†, F du Plessis, D Elgar, Imran Tahir, DA Miller, M Morkel, CH Morris, AM Phangiso, K Rabada, DW Steyn, K Zondo
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India bounced back well in the 4th ODI against South Africa to record a 35 runs win at Chennai on Thursday. The win levels up the series 2-2, setting it up for a grand finale.
MS Dhoni won the toss for India and elected to bat first. South Africa were forced into some changes with key players out injured. Chris Morris struck a huge blow in the 5th over when he dismissed the in-form Rohit Sharma. Radaba joined the party to send Dhawan pacing in the 8th over, leaving India in huge trouble with the score on 35/2. Rahane and Captain Kohli steadied the ship well with a 104 runs partnership before Rahane was caught behind off the bowling of Steyn. Kohli brought up his century to a huge cheer of the crowd off just 112 balls. He went on to top score for his side with 138 off 140 balls. The South African bowling attack came back well towards the latter parts of the innings, keeping India to under 300, when it looked like they were going to score well over. Steyn and Radaba were the top bowlers for South Africa, taking 3 wickets each.
South Africa were a bit light on the batting side, and with the quick loss of Amla and du Plessis with 67 runs on the board, they were on the back foot from the outset. De Kock made a cameo 43 off 35 balls before falling victim to Harbhajan Singh. Captain AB de Villiers played a magnificent knock, scoring 112 off just 107 balls, but failed to find any team mates to support him with the bat. With the long tail South Africa fell away quickly, as the lone effort of de Villiers was never going to be enough as they were restricted to 264/9 after 50 overs, giving India a well-deserved 35 runs victory.