T20 World Cup 2016: South Africa vs West Indies Highlights, T20 World Cup on 25 March 2016. SA vs WI Highlights at Bangalore, Watch South Africa vs West Indies Cricket Highlights on Nagpur, 25th March 2016.
Cricket Series: T20 World Cup 2016
South Africa Squad: F du Plessis*, KJ Abbott, HM Amla, F Behardien, Q de Kock†, AB de Villiers†, JP Duminy, Imran Tahir, DA Miller, CH Morris, AM Phangiso, K Rabada, RR Rossouw, DW Steyn, D Wiese
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The West Indies booked their semi-final spot in the ICC World T20 after a close win over South Africa at Nagpur on Friday.
Sammy won the toss for the West Indies and invited South Africa to bat first. South Africa were dealt a huge blow in the opening over when Amla was run out with his score on 1. De Kock made good use of the power play overs and ended up top scoring for South Africa as wicket continued to tumble around him. The key to the innings was the wicket of de Villiers in the 8th over when he was bowled by Bravo which broke the back of the innings. Gayle was the surprise package with the ball, bowling for the first time in three years, and ending with 2/17. Wiese and Morris added some key runs towards the latter overs to take South Africa to 122/8, with many suggesting that they were at least 20 runs short of par.
Despite the small target, South Africa struck early when Radaba bowled Gayle in the first over of the chase, immediately putting the West Indies under pressure. Charles played well at the top of the order with 32 from 35 balls. The hero for them however was Marlon Samuels who made 44 at a run a ball to get the West Indies close to the win. South Africa kept on fighting to the bitter end, as Tahir and Wiese bowled immaculate spells with the ball. 9 runs were required from the final over, and Brathwaite provided the winning blow as he struck Radaba for a huge six. Ramdin got the winnings runs with 2 balls still remaining. Tahir was the best bowler for South Africa, taking 2/13 from his 4 overs.