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ICC KnockOut - 2nd semi final

India v South Africa

India won by 95 runs

India innings | South Africa innings
Partnerships - India innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 66 14.1 4.65 SR Tendulkar SC Ganguly - 1/66 (14.1)
2nd 145 25.0 5.80 R Dravid SC Ganguly 1/66 (14.1) 2/211 (39.1)
3rd 82 9.5 8.33 Yuvraj Singh SC Ganguly 2/211 (39.1) 3/293 (48.6)
4th 0 0.1 0.00 RR Singh SC Ganguly 3/293 (48.6) 4/293 (49.1)
5th 0 0.1 0.00 VG Kambli SC Ganguly 4/293 (49.1) 5/293 (49.2)
6th 2 0.4 3.00 V Dahiya SC Ganguly 5/293 (49.2) 6/295 (49.6)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1 2nd 145 25.0 5.80 R Dravid SC Ganguly 1/66 (14.1) 2/211 (39.1)
1 3rd 82 9.5 8.33 Yuvraj Singh SC Ganguly 2/211 (39.1) 3/293 (48.6)
1 1st 66 14.1 4.65 SR Tendulkar SC Ganguly - 1/66 (14.1)
2 5th 56 14.2 3.90 JN Rhodes MV Boucher 4/50 (7.5) 5/106 (22.1)
2 6th 55 10.0 5.50 MV Boucher L Klusener 5/106 (22.1) 6/161 (32.1)
2 4th 22 3.0 7.33 JH Kallis JN Rhodes 3/28 (4.5) 4/50 (7.5)
2 9th 20 3.3 5.71 R Telemachus N Boje 8/179 (37.1) 9/199 (40.4)
2 1st 13 2.1 6.00 AJ Hall G Kirsten - 1/13 (2.1)
2 7th 10 3.2 3.00 SM Pollock L Klusener 6/161 (32.1) 7/171 (35.3)
2 2nd 10 1.4 6.00 G Kirsten JH Kallis 1/13 (2.1) 2/23 (3.5)
2 8th 8 1.4 4.80 L Klusener N Boje 7/171 (35.3) 8/179 (37.1)
2 3rd 5 1.0 5.00 HH Dippenaar JH Kallis 2/23 (3.5) 3/28 (4.5)
1 6th 2 0.4 3.00 V Dahiya SC Ganguly 5/293 (49.2) 6/295 (49.6)
2 10th 1 0.2 3.00 N Boje AA Donald 9/199 (40.4) 10/200 (40.6)
1 5th 0 0.1 0.00 VG Kambli SC Ganguly 4/293 (49.1) 5/293 (49.2)
1 4th 0 0.1 0.00 RR Singh SC Ganguly 3/293 (48.6) 4/293 (49.1)
Tournament Results
India v New Zealand at Nairobi (Gym) - Oct 15, 2000
New Zealand won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
India v South Africa at Nairobi (Gym) - Oct 13, 2000
India won by 95 runs
New Zealand v Pakistan at Nairobi (Gym) - Oct 11, 2000
New Zealand won by 4 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
England v South Africa at Nairobi (Gym) - Oct 10, 2000
South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 65 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Zimbabwe at Nairobi (Gym) - Oct 9, 2000
New Zealand won by 64 runs
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