South Africa tour of Australia 2012/13
Dean Elgar, the South Africa batsman, has said he is ready for the next level after replacing the injured JP Duminy for their tour of Australia
- Players/Officials : Dean Elgar
Ben Stokes steadied England with a powerful 101 runs off 79 balls in the second ODI against South Africa | May 27, 2017
South Africa's Chris Morris wasn't forthcoming when offered a handshake by a Donald Trump impersonator | May 27, 2017
43.2 KA Maharaj to BA Stokes, out, gives himself room for a tonk over the off-side, but it comes off the toe as Maharaj holds his line outside off, and that's the end of a fine innings from Ben Stokes, easily pocketed in the deep | May 27, 2017
42.3 CH Morris to BA Stokes, 2 runs, flipped into the leg-side, Stokes wants two from the moment it leaves the bat, and there it is, Stokes has his second ODI hundred, and it's a monster. From 77 balls, with 11 fours and three sixes. And not a wobbly knee in sight | May 27, 2017
32.5 K Rabada to EJG Morgan, out, taken this time! How South Africa needed that. Angled across outside off, Morgan goes for the cut and gets a top edge which just carries through low to de Kock. Neat gather | May 27, 2017
15.5 D Pretorius to EJG Morgan, out, Uh-oh! Has Root been run out at the non-striker's end? A fierce straight drive from Morgan, appears to flick the bowler's fingers, and he's a dead duck if the replays prove a fingertip... which it does! A calamitous way to go. He was looking set for a big'un | May 27, 2017
13.2 D Pretorius to AD Hales, out, the drop costs just those six runs, it turns out! Outside off, bounces more than Hales anticipates as he leans back to cut, and de Kock snaffles a well-judged edge. Hales' record of fifties against South Africa comes to an end | May 27, 2017
12.5 KA Maharaj to AD Hales, 6 runs, dropped! That's a honker from Rabada on the wide long-on boundary! A mistimed smash from Hales, who had given up the ghost, but Rabada tips it over the bar, goalkeeper-style! | May 27, 2017
4.1 K Rabada to JJ Roy, out, gone! Roy is simply beaten for pace by a full, fast, straight yorker. He was playing all around it from the moment it left the hand, aiming through midwicket and losing his off stump instead | May 27, 2017
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