Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
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    4s
    6s
    SR
    9.5 bowled'em. Ricky breaks the opening stand, pumps his fist, and roars. Back of a length on middle, Qdk wants to force this one away to leg with a pull. He can only drag a thick inside edge back onto the stumps. The middle stump is pegged back 52/1
    20
    26
    47
    1
    0
    76.92
    10.1 Narine pins Amla lbw. The spinner strikes in his second over on return. Two wickets in three balls. Dangled up on the middle stump, Amla had shuffled across off. He nearly topples over. Narine hits the pad with this knuckle ball and traps him in front of middle. Amla flicked and missed. Gone 52/2
    35.2 offbreak again, opens up Rossouw and induces the edge. Nicked to slip. Good, low catch from Ricky. Narine has his second. This turned away from the left-hander, who prodded without moving his feet. Ricky snaffles the outside edge. Credit to Holder as well - he has a slip in the 36th over 160/4
    30.1 gone! Taylor holds on. Massive wicket. Humongous wicket. A very typical wicket in these conditions. Full on off, AB is through the drive a tad too early. Hits it well towards Taylor who sticks out his hands and the ball sticks in his left hand, near his face. A big, flashy smile. Huge moment in the game 130/3
    23
    34
    50
    0
    0
    67.64
    40.5 chopped on! Another back of a length cutter, JP aimed to cut it away. He played his shot early and played it onto the stumps. Undone by the slowness of the surface 172/6
    35.4 and Narine gets FB for a duck! Pushed through on middle, FB hangs back and does not meet with a flick. Hit on the front pad in line with middle. The tracker shows that it would have nailed the middle stump. The finger goes up. A few WI fans dancing and jiving in the stands 160/5
    44.6 plumb in front! Sharp offbreak again, raps the back pad even before Morris' bat came down to chop it to the off side. The finger goes up! Morris wants a review, perhaps out of desperation. Hit in line. It would have hit middle. Umpire Wilson's call is vindicated 181/7
    45.1 The middle and leg stumps are floored. Skiddy full ball, zips in, beats the defences of Abbott and makes a mess of his stumps 181/8
    46.3 Five wickets on international return for Sunil Narine. He has his hands aloft. He lobs this one up outside off, invites the lower-order batsman to go for a big hit. He flashes a drive and Big Holder completes the overhead catch at short extra cover. Holder leapt and used his height to grab that 185/9
    not out
    1
    1
    9
    0
    0
    100.00
    46.5 Narine ends the innings with a wicket. Make that six on international return for Narine. But, this looked like it was slipping down leg. Dangled up on middle and turns in, the batsman swipes and misses. The tracker shows that it would have turned past leg 188/10
    Extras
    5 (lb 1, w 4)
    TOTAL
    188 all out (46.5 Overs, RR: 4.01)
    Fall of wickets: 1-52 (Q de Kock, 9.5 ov), 2-52 (HM Amla, 10.1 ov), 3-130 (AB de Villiers, 30.1 ov), 4-160 (RR Rossouw, 35.2 ov), 5-160 (F Behardien, 35.4 ov), 6-172 (JP Duminy, 40.5 ov), 7-181 (CH Morris, 44.6 ov), 8-181 (KJ Abbott, 45.1 ov), 9-185 (AM Phangiso, 46.3 ov), 10-188 (Imran Tahir, 46.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    JE Taylor703615.14234010
    JO Holder1013713.70353000
    CR Brathwaite803524.37221000
    SP Narine9.502762.74390010
    SJ Benn1004104.10271000
    KA Pollard201105.5040000
  • BATSMEN
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    17.3 another googly, another wicket. The pressure was building. Googly outside off, Charles comes down and the ball sneaks in between a thin gap. Clatters into the stumps again, and off goes Tahir on his celebratory sprint 52/2
    11.4 and that is what happens. A superb googly from Tahir on off, Fletcher pokes loosely. Bat away from pad. The googly swerves between the bat and body and thuds into the stumps. Tahir is ecstatic. End of a stuttering innings 37/1
    38.2 Phangiso gets Bravo lbw. Umpire Illingworth's finger goes up. Bravo challenges the decision immediately. Pushed through on middle, Bravo prods and misses. No inside edge. Looks quite adjacent to the stumps. The tracker shows the it would have hit middle. Umpire's call prevails. Bravo has to go 150/5
    18.3 flat and given. Samuels accepts the decision. He is gone. A flat and full delivery on leg, Samuels plants his front foot forward and the ball skids on with the arm to thud into the pad in front of leg. May have skidded down leg, but with umpire's call a plausible outcome, seemed a good decision not to review. 53/3
    25.3 slapped into the lap of AB. Duminy strikes third ball. Slides across the right hander from round the stumps. Ramdin leans back and hits it hard to short extra cover. Juggled take from the SA captain. The spinners are turning it on at the Providence. AB took into on the second attempt 76/4
    not out
    67
    67
    105
    2
    6
    100.00
    42.3 tossed on off, Brathwaite swings.... He gets more height instead of distance. He was deceived in flight. Holes out to long-on 174/6
    not out
    10
    21
    21
    1
    0
    47.61
    Extras
    23 (lb 13, nb 1, w 9)
    TOTAL
    191/6 (48.1 Overs, RR: 3.96)
    Fall of wickets: 1-37 (ADS Fletcher, 11.4 ov), 2-52 (J Charles, 17.3 ov), 3-53 (MN Samuels, 18.3 ov), 4-76 (D Ramdin, 25.3 ov), 5-150 (DM Bravo, 38.2 ov), 6-174 (CR Brathwaite, 42.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    KJ Abbott1012602.60452000
    K Rabada913403.77383121
    CH Morris702203.14271020
    Imran Tahir1004124.10413130
    AM Phangiso1014034.00390320
    JP Duminy1.1012110.2831100
    F Behardien10303.0030000

Match Notes

Long time ago

1992

Last time South Africa got all out for a lower total than 188 against West Indies - 152 and 180 in April 1992.

West Indies' best

0

No. of 6-wkt hauls by West Indies spinners in ODIs, before Narine's 6/27 in this match. The previous best figures for a WI spinner were also by Narine - 5/27 v NZ, 2012.

Narine's best

5/27

Sunil Narine's previous best bowling figures in ODIs. He went one better, taking 6/27 in this match.

Applied brakes

42

Runs conceded by WI bowlers between 31st and 41st over of the innings. They also took 4 key wickets of de Villiers, Rossouw, Behardien and Duminy.

Rossouw vs West Indies

4

No. of scores of 50 or more for Rilee Rossouw against West Indies in ODIs, in 7 innings including today. Both his centuries have also come against them.

Got'em both cheaply

51

Runs scored by Amla (20) and de Villiers (31) combined in this match. Amla averaged 91.70 and de Villiers 76.18 against WI in ODIs before this match.

No early breakthrough

9

No. of ODIs where the openers failed to add 50+ runs against West Indies, before Amla-de Kock in this match. Last was 71 runs by Stirling-Porterfield in WC'15.

Opening milestone

3

No. of pairs who have opened in 50 or more ODIs for SA. This is the 50th time for Amla and de Kock. Other 2: Gibbs-Smith (74 matches) & Gibbs-Kirsten (66).

New format

3

No. of D/N ODIs played in West Indies, before this Tri-series since they started hosting ODIs in 1977. In this series, all the 10 matches will be played as Day/Night

West Indies Tri-Nation Series

TEAMMWLPTNRR
AUS632150.383
WI63313-0.46
SA623120.155