Zimbabwe tour of South Africa, 2006/07 / Commentary

Zimbabwe in South Africa ODI Series - 2nd ODI

South Africa v Zimbabwe

South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 134 balls remaining)

25.1

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, comes forward and takes it on the pad, appeal turned down

25.2

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, defended to the off side

25.3

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, comes forward, takes the pad and then onto the bat, appeal turned down

25.4

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, worked through midwicket to the deep

25.5

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, defended to the on side

25.6

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, quicker delivery, pushed to backward-point on the front foot

Zimbabwe 74/5   RJ Peterson 1-0-1-0

27.1

Peterson to Chigumbura, FOUR, fuller on the legs, Chigumbura hits it into the leg side to midwicket fence, well put away

27.2

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, defends to the on side

27.3

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, comes forward and blocks to the on side

27.4

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, pushes on the front foot to backward-point

27.5

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, gets an inside edge as the ball spun in

27.6

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, tossed up outside the off stump, driven well past the diving Petersen to long off

Zimbabwe 82/5   RJ Peterson 2-0-6-0

29.1

Peterson to Chibhabha, 1 run, tossed up, driven to the sweeper cover for a single

29.2

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, comes forward and defends it back down the track

29.3

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, comes forward and defends

29.4

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, plays to the on side

29.5

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, comes forward with bat and pad close together and defends to the on side

29.6

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, played back to the bowler

Zimbabwe 89/5   RJ Peterson 3-0-7-0

31.1

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, uses his feet and defends it

31.2

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, tossed up, driven to the sweeper cover

31.3

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, worked away to the on side

31.4

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, looking for the cut, nearly chopped it on his stumps

31.5

Peterson to Chibhabha, 1 run, short in length, worked to deep square leg

31.6

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, off the pad to the on side

Zimbabwe 93/5   RJ Peterson 4-0-9-0

33.1

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, comes forward and defends back to the bowler

33.2

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, plays to short fine leg

33.3

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, driven to midwicket

33.4

Peterson to Chibhabha, 1 run, played behind square leg to the deep

33.5

Peterson to Chigumbura, no run, gets an edge after it took the pad, falls safely on the on side

33.6

Peterson to Chigumbura, 2 runs, worked away to deep square leg, comes quickly for the second run

Zimbabwe 101/5   RJ Peterson 5-0-12-0

35.1

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, driven to long on for a single

35.2

Peterson to Chibhabha, 1 run, pushes to the off side for a single

35.3

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, driven again to long on for a single

35.4

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, beats the bat outside the off stump

35.5

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, defended to the off side

35.6

Peterson to Chibhabha, 2 runs, plays it slightly wide of long on, comes quickly for the second run, wonderful running

Zimbabwe 108/5   RJ Peterson 6-0-17-0

37.1

Peterson to Chigumbura, 2 runs, driven to deep backward-point

37.2

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 wide, full and on the legs, off the pad to short fine leg

37.2

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, driven to long off

37.3

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, looking to play through the off side, gets an edge to the on side

37.4

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run

37.5

Peterson to Chibhabha, no run, slashed away in the air to thirdman

37.6

Peterson to Chibhabha, 1 run, comes forward and defends to the off side

Zimbabwe 116/5   RJ Peterson 7-0-22-0

39.1

Peterson to Chigumbura, 1 run, swept to short fine leg, lovely fielding from Ntini

39.2

Peterson to Chibhabha, 1 run, driven to long on

39.3

Peterson to Chigumbura, OUT, good flighted delivery outside the off stump, Chigumbura comes down the track and misses it, Boucher collects it quickly and whips off the bails, the batsman was a long way off the crease to get back

E Chigumbura st †Boucher b Peterson 30 (63m 62b 1x4 1x6) SR: 48.38

39.4

Peterson to Rinke, no run, another flighted delivery, defended to the off side

39.5

Peterson to Rinke, no run, nudged to short fine leg

39.6

Peterson to Rinke, no run, pushes on the front foot to backward-point

Zimbabwe 120/6   RJ Peterson 8-0-24-1

41.1

Peterson to Rinke, no run, full toss driven back to the bowler, not put away

41.2

Peterson to Rinke, 1 wide, tossed up down leg, signalled wide

41.2

Peterson to Rinke, 1 run, worked to deep midwicket

41.3

Peterson to Utseya, 1 leg bye, off the pad to backward-point, they scamper through for a leg bye

41.4

Peterson to Rinke, OUT, good ball on the off and middle, looking to play to the on side, misses the line, strikes the pad in line with the stumps, loud shout goes up, given by umpire Howell

HP Rinke lbw b Peterson 3 (10m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 37.50

41.5

Peterson to Ireland, no run, off the pad to the on side

41.6

Peterson to Ireland, no run, gets an edge to square leg

Zimbabwe 126/8   RJ Peterson 9-0-26-2

43.1

Peterson to Utseya, no run, played back to the bowler

43.2

Peterson to Utseya, no run, defended to the on side

43.3

Peterson to Utseya, no run, pushes to the off side

43.4

Peterson to Utseya, no run, comes forward and defends

43.5

Peterson to Utseya, 1 run, driven down the ground to long off

43.6

Peterson to Ireland, no run, quicker delivery, Ireland stranded at the crease, gets an inside edge onto the pads

Zimbabwe 130/8   RJ Peterson 10-0-27-2
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South Africa won by 171 runs
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Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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