Champions League Twenty20 - Group B

Chennai Super Kings v Sydney Sixers

Sydney Sixers won by 14 runs

Michael Lumb and Man of World Twenty20 Shane Watson to open for Sixers. Ben Hilfenhaus will bowl the first over

1.25pm Also here's a poll for you: Which IPL team are you missing most this Champions League? 1) Kings XI Punjab 2) Royal Challengers Bangalore 3) Rajasthan Royals 4) Pune Warriors 5) All of them 6) Deccan Chargers 7) Kochi Tuskers Kerala and finally 8) You must be crazy 9) What is this Champions League? We want a second IPL

1.20pm Also this is appropriate time to remind you that this match features the most loved cricketers from Australia and India: Steve Smith and Ravindra Jadeja, the former future Shane Warne and the former future India allrounder

"Oh lord, what would happen if one of them ends up bowling to the other?" Gav, that's the beauty of Champions League, it's the best against best. Jokes apart, this reminds of an Andy Zaltzman line, which said cricket would die if Shastri the bowler bowled to Shastri the batsman

1.15pm As we await the start of the match, here's all you need to read about it: match preview by Siddhartha Talya, tournament preview for Sixers by Brydon Coverdale and tournament preview for Super Kings by Kanishkaa Balachandran

1pm Time for toss at Wanderers for the first match of Group B. MS Dhoni has won the toss and Chennai Super Kings have decided to bowl first. Michael Hussey, Faf du Plessis, Doug Bollinger and Ben Hilfenhaus are their over seas players. Dhoni feels this is a difficult ground to defend, which is why they are not batting first

Brad Haddin is fine with batting first. All three fast bowlers - Mitch Starc, pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood - are playing

0.1

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, no run, starts with some shape back into the left-hand batsman, beats the outside edge

0.2

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, no run, short of a length, pushed to cover-point

0.3

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, 2 runs, short of a length, flicked past square leg, and they get two

0.4

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, no run, short of a length, outside off, no room, punched to cover-point

0.5

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, 1 run, beats point with this punch, but the third man is square

0.6

Hilfenhaus to Watson, no run, nice outswinger, just short of a length, and then moves away to beat the bat

"You know what they should do, they should have a champions league with all the IPL teams, and none of the other teams. They could call it the IPL." Tim, the real question is, will it have a "strategic timeout"?

End of over 1 (3 runs) Sydney Sixers 3/0 (RR: 3.00)
SR Watson    0* (1b)      BW Hilfenhaus    1-0-3-0
MJ Lumb    3* (5b)     

Doug Bollinger to share the new ball

1.1

Bollinger to Lumb, 1 run, short of a length, on off, runs off the outside half of the bat for one

1.2

Bollinger to Watson, 1 wide, wide outside off

1.2

Bollinger to Watson, no run, nice delivery, kicks off short of a length, and beats the outside edge too

"Shane Watson; man of the WCT20??? - Warney must be squirming in his cricketing grave considering what he said of Klusener after 99 WC!!?? mmm, Sid, should i be letting these things go as i grow older?" Luke, pardon my ignorance, but what exactly did Warne say?

1.3

Bollinger to Watson, no run, this one jumps off just short of a length, and shapes back in too. Watson is hit high on the thigh

1.4

Bollinger to Watson, no run, Watson is beaten by the bounce again. He seems to be playing Colombo shots here. Tries to cut, and makes no connection

1.5

Bollinger to Watson, no run, this time he swings over the ball. Tries the big pull from outside off, but the ball doesn't bounce as high as he expects

1.6

Bollinger to Watson, no run, lbw appeal. Bounce might have saved him. This was a length ball, shaping back in, beating the drive, but seemed to have hit him high

End of over 2 (2 runs) Sydney Sixers 5/0 (RR: 2.50)
SR Watson    0* (6b)      DE Bollinger    1-0-2-0
MJ Lumb    4* (6b)      BW Hilfenhaus    1-0-3-0

2.1

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, 1 leg bye, nice swinging delivery, beats the inside edge, but concedes a leg-bye

"I'd be a little kinder to Steve Smith. I'm old enough to remember when Richie Benaud's main claim to fame was his fielding in the gully." Dinosaurus, if you say so

2.2

Hilfenhaus to Watson, FOUR, Watson finally gets the hang of the bounce. His first good connection on the pull. Flat and over square leg

2.3

Hilfenhaus to Watson, FOUR, and now a lovely off-drive. Length ball, outside off, and he is well forward to crunch it between the bowler and mid-off

2.4

Hilfenhaus to Watson, 1 run, whipped away off the pads to long leg

2.5

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, 1 wide, bouncer, really good bouncer, 132ks, Lumb doesn't play at it. Too high, the umpire rules it

2.5

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, no run, tries an ambitious pull from outside off, is beaten

2.6

Hilfenhaus to Lumb, no run, beaten by pace and bouncer. Short of a length, just outside off, seams away and jumps too

End of over 3 (11 runs) Sydney Sixers 16/0 (RR: 5.33)
MJ Lumb    4* (9b)      BW Hilfenhaus    2-0-13-0
SR Watson    9* (9b 2x4)      DE Bollinger    1-0-2-0

3.1

Bollinger to Watson, FOUR, nicely played. Deliberate. Short of a length, outside off, he opens the face to guide it past the second slip. Soft hands make sure it bounces well short too

3.2

Bollinger to Watson, 1 leg bye, swinging down leg, Watson gets a leg-bye

"I can't express just how annoyed I am that some of Australia's test cricketers are playing this tournament when they could be playing shield cricket in readiness for the exciting South Africa series...less than a month away." Nathan agrees with John Inverarity

3.3

Bollinger to Lumb, no run, swinging away from Lumb, and he is beaten on the drive. Quite a scratchy innings

3.4

Bollinger to Lumb, 1 run, moves across to cover the swing, and still manages just a thick edge to third man

3.5

Bollinger to Watson, no run, length ball, middle and leg, defended off the front foot

3.6

Bollinger to Watson, no run, draws a false shot. Watson tries to run this fine behind square with a slip in place. The extra bounce beats him

End of over 4 (6 runs) Sydney Sixers 22/0 (RR: 5.50)
SR Watson    13* (13b 3x4)      DE Bollinger    2-0-7-0
MJ Lumb    5* (11b)      BW Hilfenhaus    2-0-13-0

Yo Mahesh to bowl now

4.1

Mahesh to Lumb, 3 runs, Lumb tries to break free against the slower pace of Yo Mahesh. Jumps out of the crease, mis-hits this, Hilfenhaus back-pedals from mid-on but can't reach it

4.2

Mahesh to Watson, 2 runs, tries the upper-cut, but this is a little slower, and the shot goes in front of square. It's safe, though

4.3

Mahesh to Watson, 3 runs, another mis-hit, tries to pull, but it goes off the toe end, and clears mid-on. Just about

4.4

Mahesh to Lumb, FOUR, full, on the pads, flicked away past square leg. Lumb's first boundary

4.5

Mahesh to Lumb, SIX, Lumb is loving this lack of pace from Yo Mahesh. Also leg-side half-volleys. Flicks this over midwicket. Sixers have well and truly got going

4.6

Mahesh to Lumb, no run, slower ball, short of a length, dabbed away, but can't beat point

End of over 5 (18 runs) Sydney Sixers 40/0 (RR: 8.00)
MJ Lumb    18* (15b 1x4 1x6)      VY Mahesh    1-0-18-0
SR Watson    18* (15b 3x4)      DE Bollinger    2-0-7-0

5.1

Bollinger to Watson, no run, full, on the pads, driven straight to mid-on

5.2

Bollinger to Watson, FOUR, length ball, on the pads, and he has played a powerful flick wide of midwicket. All along the ground it goes for four

5.3

Bollinger to Watson, no run, length ball, on off, pushed to cover

"The consolation, Nathan, is that the South Africans are doing the same." It's a brave new world, Gav

A silly mid-off in place

5.4

Bollinger to Watson, 2 runs, length ball, on off, plays the flick in the air. Doesn't get all of it, but makes sure it has cleared mid-on

5.5

Bollinger to Watson, no run, driven uppishly, but straight to mid-off

5.6

Bollinger to Watson, FOUR, uppish again, but this time he has picked out gap at over. The gap is created because of that man being pulled to silly mid-off. And Watson has picked it out perfectly

End of over 6 (10 runs) Sydney Sixers 50/0 (RR: 8.33)
SR Watson    28* (21b 5x4)      DE Bollinger    3-0-17-0
MJ Lumb    18* (15b 1x4 1x6)      VY Mahesh    1-0-18-0

Ravindra Jadeja

6.1

Jadeja to Lumb, OUT, this is for the naysayers. Wicket first ball for Jadeja. Will Smith do the same later? Short of a length, quick, pitches outside off, then breaks in and beats the bat to catch him in front

MJ Lumb lbw b Jadeja 18 (28m 16b 1x4 1x6) SR: 112.50

Nic Maddinson is the new man in

6.2

Jadeja to Maddinson, 1 run, full, driven to midwicket for one

Round the stumps to Watson

6.3

Jadeja to Watson, 1 run, throws it up wide, Watson uses his long reach to chip it over extra cover

Over the wicket to left-hand batsman

6.4

Jadeja to Maddinson, 1 run, short of a length, turning into the pads, worked away for one

6.5

Jadeja to Watson, 1 run, short, cut away in front of square for a single

6.6

Jadeja to Maddinson, no run, short of a length, on off, pushed to midwicket

End of over 7 (4 runs) Sydney Sixers 54/1 (RR: 7.71)
NJ Maddinson    2* (3b)      RA Jadeja    1-0-4-1
SR Watson    30* (23b 5x4)      DE Bollinger    3-0-17-0

"I wonder if we can invent another format of the game and make Test cricket totally redundant?" Yes, John Garvey, we can use film stars and businessmen to ensure that. Oh wait, we are already doing that

Here's Ashwin

7.1

Ashwin to Watson, 1 wide, starts with a big wide down leg

7.1

Ashwin to Watson, 1 run, short, on off, pushed towards long-on for one

7.2

Ashwin to Maddinson, no run, makes room to play a regulation offbreak. Pitches middle and off, and turns away. Beaten comprehensively

7.3

Ashwin to Maddinson, 1 run, moves across this time, works it to leg

7.4

Ashwin to Watson, SIX, this is like Colombo. Ashwin bowls his usual one long hop of the over, and Watson is all over it. Launches it over deep midwicket

7.5

Ashwin to Watson, 1 run, only slightly short, and he has pulled it to deep midwicket for one

7.6

Ashwin to Maddinson, no run, chips down the wicket to push this to mid-off

End of over 8 (10 runs) Sydney Sixers 64/1 (RR: 8.00)
NJ Maddinson    3* (6b)      R Ashwin    1-0-10-0
SR Watson    38* (26b 5x4 1x6)      RA Jadeja    1-0-4-1

8.1

Jadeja to Watson, 5 wides, short of a wide, tries to cut it. It's well out of his reach, and he closes the face to miss it. The ricochet off the gloves flies over slip

8.1

Jadeja to Watson, 1 run, short and wide again, cut away for one

8.2

Jadeja to Maddinson, 1 run, had he not swept this he would have got a wide. As it turned out, a lovely dive at short fine leg keeps them to one

8.3

Jadeja to Watson, SIX, Dhoni will surely be reminded of Colombo. It's raining again. Raining sixes. Jadeja bowls short, and he is well back to loft it over midwicket

8.4

Jadeja to Watson, no run, darted into the pads, defended back to him

8.5

Jadeja to Watson, 1 run, OUT, has he taken it too lightly?. Cut away to sweeper-cover, he wants the second, but never looks comfortable with it. Hilfenahus fires in a throw on the half-volley, Dhoni is in front of the stumps, and is lucky that he has not gloved this direct-hit away. Watson dives, but can't make it in time

SR Watson run out 46 (39m 30b 5x4 2x6) SR: 153.33

"I dont think there is a cricketer in the world who ALWAYS seems to get himself out when he is rolling like Watson." Nailed it, Sam

Haddin is the new man in

8.6

Jadeja to Haddin, no run, length ball, middle and leg, defended

End of over 9 (14 runs) Sydney Sixers 78/2 (RR: 8.66)
BJ Haddin    0* (1b)      RA Jadeja    2-0-18-1
NJ Maddinson    4* (7b)      R Ashwin    1-0-10-0

9.1

Ashwin to Maddinson, 1 run, short of a length, punched down to long-on

9.2

Ashwin to Haddin, no run, flighted on off, defended to midwicket

9.3

Ashwin to Haddin, no run, short of a length, on off, doesn't turn in, defended again

9.4

Ashwin to Haddin, no run, the carrom ball. Haddin has to abort his attempt at a drive, and defends

9.5

Ashwin to Haddin, SIX, length ball, offbreak, and he slog-sweeps it over midwicket. When in doubt in T20, slog, sweep or slog-sweep

9.6

Ashwin to Haddin, 1 run, full, middle and leg, driven to long-on

End of over 10 (8 runs) Sydney Sixers 86/2 (RR: 8.60)
BJ Haddin    7* (6b 1x6)      R Ashwin    2-0-18-0
NJ Maddinson    5* (8b)      RA Jadeja    2-0-18-1

Du Plessis to bowl now. He will bowl legspin

10.1

du Plessis to Haddin, 1 run, doesn't turn the first legbreak, goes off the inside half of the bat to long-on

10.2

du Plessis to Maddinson, 1 leg bye, tries the sweep, is beaten, but will take the leg-bye

10.3

du Plessis to Haddin, 1 run, full toss, driven to long-off for one. Got too close to it by shimmying down

10.4

du Plessis to Maddinson, 1 run, down the wicket again, too close to the ball again, gets a single to midwicket

10.5

du Plessis to Haddin, no run, jumps out of the crease, is beaten in the flight, kicks it away

10.6

du Plessis to Haddin, 1 run, short, rocks back, but is hurried into the pull, and gets just the single to long-on

End of over 11 (5 runs) Sydney Sixers 91/2 (RR: 8.27)
BJ Haddin    10* (10b 1x6)      F du Plessis    1-0-4-0
NJ Maddinson    6* (10b)      R Ashwin    2-0-18-0

11.1

Jadeja to Haddin, 1 run, driven on the up, gets a single to sweeper-cover

"The future of cricket is Zero0. No overs a bowled and the winner is decided by whichever teams' uniform is the brightest." James, in this game, we might end up with a tie. Bright pink v bright yellow. Take your pick

11.2

Jadeja to Maddinson, FOUR, short of a length, quick, plays for the non-existent turn, and edges it fine for four

11.3

Jadeja to Maddinson, no run, short and wide, cut away, but can't beat point

11.4

Jadeja to Maddinson, 1 leg bye, tries the huge slog-sweep, is hit on the body, but outside the line of off

Slip in for Haddin

11.5

Jadeja to Haddin, no run, slower through the air, beats Haddin in the flight, who is hit on the pad

11.6

Jadeja to Haddin, 1 run, makes room to drive this full ball to long-off for one

End of over 12 (7 runs) Sydney Sixers 98/2 (RR: 8.16)
BJ Haddin    12* (13b 1x6)      RA Jadeja    3-0-24-1
NJ Maddinson    10* (13b 1x4)      F du Plessis    1-0-4-0

12.1

du Plessis to Haddin, 1 run, full, on the pads, flicked away to deep square

12.2

du Plessis to Maddinson, 2 runs, slog-swept away, mis-hits, but he has placed it between long-on and deep midwicket

12.3

du Plessis to Maddinson, 1 leg bye, shorter, quicker, beats his attempt at a loft, but concedes a leg-bye

Du Plessis's run-up looks eerily like Steve Smith's

12.4

du Plessis to Haddin, 2 runs, chipped over extra cover for two

12.5

du Plessis to Haddin, FOUR, makes room, gets a length ball, lofts it over extra cover

12.6

du Plessis to Haddin, 1 run, short of a length, on off, worked into the leg side

End of over 13 (11 runs) Sydney Sixers 109/2 (RR: 8.38)
BJ Haddin    20* (17b 1x4 1x6)      F du Plessis    2-0-14-0
NJ Maddinson    12* (15b 1x4)      RA Jadeja    3-0-24-1

"Zero0?! Now that is something that Shahid Afridi will be adept at :-p" Pras G, the poor guy isn't even playing this match. Have you run out of Jadeja and Smith jokes already?

13.1

Ashwin to Haddin, OUT, Hilfenhaus is changing this game from the outfield. It's a long hop from Ashwin, Haddin is hurried into the pull a little, but the highlight here is the forward-diving catch from Hilfenhaus at deep square leg. Even when diving low, Hilfenhaus takes it with fingers pointing up

BJ Haddin c Hilfenhaus b Ashwin 20 (14m 18b 1x4 1x6) SR: 111.11

Here's Steve Smith

13.2

Ashwin to Smith, 1 run, length ball, on off, bunted into the on side for a single

13.3

Ashwin to Maddinson, OUT, Maddinson has had no clue against the spinner, and he caps it with a poor shot to get bowled. Moves well across and well before Ashwin has delivered. Ashwin fires in a full and straight delivery to knock the stumps over

NJ Maddinson b Ashwin 12 (27m 16b 1x4 0x6) SR: 75.00

Moises Henriques is the new man in. He is already into the Movember

13.4

Ashwin to Henriques, no run, back-cuts it, can't beat point

13.5

Ashwin to Henriques, no run, plays a forward-defensive

13.6

Ashwin to Henriques, 1 run, pulled away to long-on for one

End of over 14 (2 runs) Sydney Sixers 111/4 (RR: 7.92)
MC Henriques    1* (3b)      R Ashwin    3-0-20-2
SPD Smith    1* (1b)      F du Plessis    2-0-14-0

14.1

du Plessis to Henriques, 2 runs, bunted into the on side, soft hands allow him time to come back for two

14.2

du Plessis to Henriques, 1 run, low full toss, driven to long-off

14.3

du Plessis to Smith, 2 runs, length ball, middle and leg, pushed into the on side, and again played with soft hands to come back for two

14.4

du Plessis to Smith, 1 run, length ball, holding its line in front of leg, pushed into the on side for a single

14.5

du Plessis to Henriques, 1 run, short of a length, on off, jumps down the wicket to smash it to long-off

14.6

du Plessis to Smith, 1 run, short of a length, on the stumps, worked away for a single

End of over 15 (8 runs) Sydney Sixers 119/4 (RR: 7.93)
SPD Smith    5* (4b)      F du Plessis    3-0-22-0
MC Henriques    5* (6b)      R Ashwin    3-0-20-2

"The irony of course, is that both are better than du Plessis yet he gets no stick at all. Steve and Ravi didn't hype themselves up, the media and fans did, more irony." Point taken, Jonesy. Which category do Warne and CSK owners fall, though?

15.1

Jadeja to Smith, 1 run, full, middle and leg, driven to long-on

15.2

Jadeja to Henriques, no run, defended to off

15.3

Jadeja to Henriques, 2 runs, turned past midwicket, comes back for another couple

15.4

Jadeja to Henriques, 1 run, pushed into the off side, steals a single

15.5

Jadeja to Smith, no run, punched off the back foot, can't beat point

15.6

Jadeja to Smith, 1 run, played uppishly, but gets a single into the off side

End of over 16 (5 runs) Sydney Sixers 124/4 (RR: 7.75)
SPD Smith    7* (7b)      RA Jadeja    4-0-29-1
MC Henriques    8* (9b)      F du Plessis    3-0-22-0

16.1

du Plessis to Smith, FOUR, chips down the wicket, and chips a length ball straight over the bowler's head. Top shot

16.2

du Plessis to Smith, 2 runs, full, on the pads, nicely played between long-on and deep midwicket. This is a smart partnership

16.3

du Plessis to Smith, 1 run, short ball, punches it straight to point, but Hilfenhaus misfields to allow a single

16.4

du Plessis to Henriques, FOUR, full, on the pads, smashed back where it came from, and long-on has no chance of keeping it in

16.5

du Plessis to Henriques, 1 run, cut away, but it bounces on the half-volley to point

16.6

du Plessis to Smith, 1 run, length ball, on leg, holding its line, worked away to deep square leg

End of over 17 (13 runs) Sydney Sixers 137/4 (RR: 8.05)
SPD Smith    15* (11b 1x4)      F du Plessis    4-0-35-0
MC Henriques    13* (11b 1x4)      RA Jadeja    4-0-29-1

"Du Plessis Still has the best hairstyle of all..." Michiel Bekker, if you say so

17.1

Ashwin to Smith, 1 run, full, on the pads, worked away for a single

Ashwin one short of 100 T20 wickets

17.2

Ashwin to Henriques, SIX, lenght ball, on leg, and he has lofted it powerfully over long-on. Flat six

17.3

Ashwin to Henriques, 1 leg bye, lbw appeal but this is a sharp offbreak and is headed down leg

17.4

Ashwin to Smith, 1 run, punched down to long-on

17.5

Ashwin to Henriques, no run, half-volley, on off, but he has hit it straight to extra cover

17.6

Ashwin to Henriques, FOUR, lovely shot. Full, middle and leg, makes room and plays this inside-out, straight of extra cover

End of over 18 (13 runs) Sydney Sixers 150/4 (RR: 8.33)
MC Henriques    23* (15b 2x4 1x6)      R Ashwin    4-0-32-2
SPD Smith    17* (13b 1x4)      F du Plessis    4-0-35-0

Bollinger comes back. Hilfenhaus, though, won't be able to finish his four

18.1

Bollinger to Smith, 1 run, full, on off, the bottom edge gets them a single. Dhoni's throw is way off

18.2

Bollinger to Henriques, FOUR, slower ball, Henriques waits for it, and waits for it, and then lofts it over extra cover

"Moises is in frightening form, just goes to show what an old fashioned season in England can do for you." Not to mention, PDTM, an old-fashioned Vettori-style moustache

18.3

Bollinger to Henriques, SIX, Henriques continues to frighten CSK. Length ball from Bolinger, he goes inside-out, and flat and long over long-off. This is parallel to the ground

18.4

Bollinger to Henriques, SIX, Boillinger is getting some stick here. Not smart bowling either. Bowls short now, on the pads, waist high, and he pulls him way over deep square

Goes round the stumps

18.5

Bollinger to Henriques, 1 run, length ball again, but is lucky to get away with this one. Just the single to long-off

18.6

Bollinger to Smith, FOUR, slower ball, angling in, with the fine leg up, and Smith delays the flick to beat short fine leg

End of over 19 (22 runs) Sydney Sixers 172/4 (RR: 9.05)
SPD Smith    22* (15b 2x4)      DE Bollinger    4-0-39-0
MC Henriques    40* (19b 3x4 3x6)      R Ashwin    4-0-32-2

"Why can't Hilfy finish his four? If he is injured....grrrrr" No, Nathan, it seems some miscalculation from Dhoni. Or perhaps he trusted part-time spinners more. Here is Hilfy to bowl his third and last over

19.1

Hilfenhaus to Henriques, no run, yorker, on off, dug out to extra cover

19.2

Hilfenhaus to Henriques, FOUR, misses on his yorker by six inches, and he goes right back into the crease to get under it and slice it over point

19.3

Hilfenhaus to Henriques, FOUR, length ball, on off, Moises clears the front leg and gives it an old-fashioned thwack over the bowler's head

19.4

Hilfenhaus to Henriques, 1 run, low full toss, gets an inside edge onto the pad. Will he get a fifty now?

19.5

Hilfenhaus to Smith, FOUR, Moises won't get a fifty, but Smith has ramped this for four, and Sixers will take it. Walks across the stumps to guide this lenght ball wide of short fine leg

19.6

Hilfenhaus to Smith, OUT, gives this an almighty swing, but finds out long-off

SPD Smith c Vijay b Hilfenhaus 26 (24m 17b 3x4 0x6) SR: 152.94

A strong finish from Sixers. People had this impression that Sixers might struggle after Watson, but Henriques has smashed that theory. After Greenidge, is this the most explosive innings by somebody in a full-blown moustache?

This is a pretty healthy total. Do join us to see if CSK can chase it down?

End of over 20 (13 runs) Sydney Sixers 185/5
     BW Hilfenhaus    3-0-26-1
MC Henriques    49* (23b 5x4 3x6)      DE Bollinger    4-0-39-0
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Oct 14, 2012

Suresh Raina faces a short delivery, Chennai Super Kings v Sydney Sixers, Group B, Champions League Twenty20, Johannesburg, October 14, 2012

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Faf du Plessis plays an off drive, Chennai Super Kings v Sydney Sixers, Group B, Champions League Twenty20, Johannesburg, October 14, 2012

Faf du Plessis plays an off drive

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