SA v Zimbabwe, World Cup 2015, Group B, Hamilton
David Miller says he's been working on his game for the past year, and talks about his match-winning partnership with JP Duminy
- Players/Officials : David Miller
AB de Villiers says he was 'very satisfied' with South Africa's win in their opening match of the World Cup, thanks to JP Duminy and David Miller
Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura says the over that David Miller scored 30 runs in changed the course of the game
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Shane Watson led from the front with a dynamic 61 off 40 balls for the Quetta Gladiators, in the PSL | Feb 20, 2019
Multan captain Shoaib Malik hit a fine 53 off 37 balls to lift his side to a respectable total. | Feb 20, 2019
Vince missed a sweep and was given out on the review | Feb 20, 2019
South Africa captain reflects on the loss in Durban and sheds light on the potential changes to the squad for the second Test | Feb 20, 2019
The various transformations and the one constant | Feb 20, 2019
Shan Masood,15 Tests old, is yet to break into Pakistan's limited-overs squad | Feb 20, 2019
Ross Taylor became New Zealand's leading ODI run-scorer, and Tim Southee took six wickets as the hosts beat Bangladesh by 88 runs in the third ODI | Feb 20, 2019
Jonathan Trott and Michael Bevan believe that with Imran Tahir, a wicket-taking spinner in their ranks, South Africa will be feeling more...
Zimbabwe showed a lot of spirit in challenging a top team like South Africa and this will make them an interesting team to watch out for ...
Michael Bevan and Jonathan Trott discuss the record partnership between David Miller and JP Duminy
Zimbabwe bowler Tinashe Panyangara falls over after he takes the wicket of Hashim Amla and gives us a celebration to remember
Michael Bevan and Jonathan Trott discuss how AB de Villiers' form could impact the 2015 World Cup
Michael Bevan and Jonathan Trott believe that an opening game against Zimbabwe offers South Africa a chance to start their World Cup with...