• BATSMEN
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    0.4 fantastic bowling! That's a textbook yorker, lock the replay of that one away for your career, Kagiso. Dead-eye accurate on middle and off, squeezes under the toe end of Finch's bat. Done for pace. 2/1
    5.4 another terrific catch! They are holding everything at the moment. Duminy running back from point this time. Short outside off, Watson having another full-blown swing at it. The ball doesn't have the distance this time, but Duminy still did superbly to take it over his shoulder. Would also have had Rabada in the corner of his hand coming from third man 32/3
    5.1 oh, my goodness! What a catch by Rabada at third man. This is stunning and will take be a moment to explain. It was a short-of-a-length delivery outside off, Smith throws the kitchen sink at it and a top edge flies towards third man. Rabada started by running in and actually came too far. He realised, then just thrust up his right hand above his head and the ball stuck. Then, it was able to keep hold as he tumbled to the crowd. A mind-boggling grab 28/2
    77
    67
    40
    6
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    192.50
    19.1 got him! That man Rabada does it again! Full, straight, Warner swinging across the line and misses. The Wanderers crowd goes wild. Actually took Warner's back leg and deflected into the stumps 194/5
    18.5 and he's gone! Doesn't connect cleanly as he swings at a length delivery, skews off the face of the bat and reaches deep cover 193/4
    not out
    2
    12
    1
    0
    0
    200.00
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    7
    9
    4
    0
    0
    175.00
    Extras
    14 (lb 4, nb 2, w 8)
    TOTAL
    205/5 (20 Overs, RR: 10.25)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    K Rabada4.002526.25120130
    CH Morris4.003919.7596031
    DW Steyn4.003228.00113101
    D Wiese4.0058014.5055410
    Imran Tahir4.0047011.7553310
    Fall of wickets:1-2 (AJ Finch, 0.4 ov), 2-28 (SPD Smith, 5.1 ov), 3-32 (SR Watson, 5.4 ov), 4-193 (GJ Maxwell, 18.5 ov), 5-194 (DA Warner, 19.1 ov)

Match Notes

Rare success

1

No. of times Aus had successfully chased a target of 160 or more in 17 attempts, before this chase today. The only one they chased was 192 v Pak in SF of WT20 2010.

Twin-Blast

1

No. of times 2 batsmen scored 75 or more for a team in a T20I, before Warner & Maxwell today - Bosman (94) & G Smith (88) for SA v Eng, Centurion, 2009-10.

Milestone

1500+

Runs for David Warner in T20Is. He becomes the seventh player to aggregate 1500 or more runs in T20Is; first from Australia.

High total

0

No. of higher T20I totals for SA against Aus, than the 204 for 7 today. The next two totals were also in Johannesburg: 201 for 4 in Feb 2006 and 168 for 6 in Mar 2009.

Top captain

7

No. of scores of 50 or more for Faf du Plessis as captain - most by any player in T20Is. He goes past Sangakkara who had six fifties as captain.

Nervous 40s?

6

No. of times Quinton de Kock has got out in the 40s in T20Is. Only Guptill has got out more times in that range (8). Hafeez, Morgan and Amla also have six 40s.

Expensive start

62

Runs scored by South Africa in the Powerplays - most by them against Australia in T20Is. Previous highest was 59 in Durban in March 2014.

Most familiar opponents

16

Number of T20Is between South Africa and Australia - most between any two teams in T20Is.