India vs South Africa Highlights: Watch South Africa vs India 5th ODI Highlights played on 25th October 2015. Ind vs SA 5th ODI Highlights at Mumbai. Watch IND vs RSA Cricket Highlights on Sunday.
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: B 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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South Africe secured a 3-2 series win over India, after a comprehensive effort with both bat and ball at Mumbai on Sunday.
AB de Villiers won a crucial toss, electing to bat first on flat deck. De Kock and Amla got off to a flying start, before Amla was caught behind off the bowling of Sharma for 23 off 13 balls. De Kock continued to flay the ball to all parts of the ground, joined by series top run scorer Faf du Plessis. De Kock went on tos core 109 off just 87 balls, to set up the innings for South Africa. Despite suffering from cramps, du Plessis blasted 133 off 115 balls, but it was again the bat of AB de Villiers that stole the show. The world’s best batsman toiled with the Indian bowling attack, notching up 119 off just 61 balls, taking South Africa to 438/4 after 50 overs. The total equaled their second best ever total in ODI cricket. Kumar had a hard day with the ball in hand, conceding 106 runs off his 10 overs. Harbhajan Singh was the best with the ball for India, taking 1/70 from his 10 overs.
With immense scoreboard pressure, India were under huge pressure from the outset. This showed in the shot selection from Sharma and Dhawan. Abbott struck first for South Africa when he dismissed Sharma for 16 off 20 balls. Kohli fell soon after when he was caught behind off the bowling of Radaba for 7, which effectively broke the back of the Indian batting line-up. Rahane played some magnificent strokes, reaching 87 off 58 balls before falling victim to Steyn in the 27th over. The Indian tail didn’t offer much resistance and were bowled out for 224 in the 36th over to give South Africa a huge win by 214 runs.