South Africa vs New Zealand Highlights: SA vs NZ 3rd ODI Cricket Highlights played on 26 August 2015. South Africa vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Highlights at Durban.
Cricket Series: South Africa vs New Zealand – 2015
Match: South Africa vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI
Date: Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Start Time: 12:30 local | 10:30 GMT
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South Africa picked up a well-deserved series win over New Zealand with a faultless performance in Durban on Wednesday. The 62 runs win secured South Africa a 2-1 series win.
AB de Villirers won the toss for South Africa and elected to bat first. Amla and van Wyk opened the batting and did so well with a opening stand of 89 before Amla was dismissed with his score on 44 off 55 balls. Rossouw fell soon after when he was dismissed by Wheeler, as New Zealand managed to curb the South African scoring rate with the two quick wickets. Van Wyk went on to score 58 labored runs off 100 balls before he was caught off the bowling of Elliot who bowled his 10 overs for just 41 runs. AB de Villiers provided the impotence needed after the slow start, blasting 64 off 48 balls before losing his wicket at a crucial time in the 41st over. Miller made a run a ball 36 but also failed to carry through his effort. The in-from Behardien ended the innings off well for South Africa, scoring 40 off 28 balls to take South Africa to a formidable score of 283/7. They will have felt a few runs short after the good start. Wheeler was the top wicket taker for New Zealand, ending with figures of 3/71.
Steyn struck an earl blow when he had Guptil caught behind with his score on 20. Latham and Williamson set the platform for the Black Caps, ensuring the lower order a chance to chase down the total. Tahir struck in the 24th over to send Williamson back to the pavilion, and his wicket was followed by a flurry for dismissals, as New Zealand simply folded with the scoreboard pressure. Latham top scored with 54 at the top of the order, but the likes of Elliot, Worker, Munro and Ronchi were not able to capitalize on the good start. The Black caps were eventually bowled out for 221 in the final over of their innings. Wiese was the top wicket take for South African, ending with figures of 3/47.