Published On: Mon, Mar 31st, 2014


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South Africa won by 3 runs

Toss England, who chose to field

Player of the match AB de Villiers (South Africa)

Umpires SJ Davis (Australia) and RJ Tucker (Australia)

TV umpire BNJ Oxenford (Australia)

Match referee DC Boon (Australia)

Reserve umpire Aleem Dar (Pakistan)

England and South Africa in the second match today face to face were. The match was crucial for both. In a match England won the toss and decided to bowl first Opting to bat first South African team batting on the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs have created a huge total of 196 runs.

Abraham Divilers (69 not out), Hashim Amla (56) and Wayne Parnell’s superb innings Ardhstkiy (31-3) on the South African cricket team’s best bowling own beat England by three runs. It was an important match for both teams.

South Africa have won three of four and resulted in his defeat. It was the third match of the England team. It is a victory and losing two. Fof not playing in the match due to suspension in place of Du Plessis skippered de Villiers was named man of the match.

Opting to bat first South African team debut and Opanron live together for the first wicket partnership of 90 runs performed. Hashim Amla 56 dismissed Quinton de Kock on the total score of the 98 victims of Treadwell scored 29 runs. After two Duminy (5) and Miller (19) also fell cheaply but meanwhile continued scourge of AB de Villiers and his explosive style has completed his fifty in 23 balls. Meanwhile, a total score of 196 over England Morkel (3) as a fifth of success but by then it was too late and AB de Villiers, dashing to the end of the batting team score of 196 was reached.

Earlier, South Africa after losing the toss and electing to bat first and scored 196 for five in 20 overs. De Villiers in his 28-ball innings nine fours and three sixes.

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