Zimbabwe in South Africa ODI Series - 1st ODI

South Africa v Zimbabwe

South Africa won by 64 runs

31.1

Williams to Ingram, 1 run, starts with a gently rolled spinner on around middle that Ingram caresses into the leg side for a single

31.2

Williams to Amla, 2 runs, everything apart from the timing was good about this shot, Amla jumping outside leg and driving inside-out over cover for a couple

31.3

Williams to Amla, 1 wide, wide arrowed down the leg side

31.3

Williams to Amla, OUT, oh dear! What's Amla done here!? Given his wicket away, that's what! Knocked to midwicket and he set off for a single that was never there, Utseya got the throw back in time to the bowler, who had Amla out well short of his ground

HM Amla run out 110 (127m 96b 14x4 0x6) SR: 114.58

31.4

Williams to Ingram, no run, this is defended carefully off the back foot

31.5

Williams to Ingram, no run, once again Ingram defends studiously

31.6

Williams to Ingram, 1 run, touch shorter, Ingram deep into his crease and drives into the off side

South Africa 201/2   SC Williams 1-0-5-0

33.1

Williams to Ingram, 2 runs, Ingram slaps a cover drive away for a couple to take the record for the highest ODI score on debut for a South African, beating Shaun Pollock. Well done him

33.2

Williams to Ingram, 1 run, driven again, but this time for a single that breaks no records at all, apart from the one he just set I guess

33.3

Williams to de Villiers, 1 run, again no fuss for de Villiers, working it round the corner for a single

33.4

Williams to Ingram, no run, pushed down the ground, but no run available

33.5

Williams to Ingram, 1 run, touch too short but the cut shot isn't timed ideally so Ingram can only collect a single

33.6

Williams to de Villiers, FOUR, de Villiers was winding up for a big sweep shot here and changed his mind last minute, opting to drive inside-out over cover and played the shot superbly, timing all the way to the boundary

South Africa 217/2   SC Williams 2-0-14-0
Series Results
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Benoni - Oct 22, 2010
South Africa won by 272 runs
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Potchefstroom - Oct 17, 2010
South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 66 balls remaining)
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Bloemfontein - Oct 15, 2010
South Africa won by 64 runs
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Oct 15, 2010

Hamilton Masakadza supported Brendan Taylor in a 70-run opening stand, South Africa v Zimbabwe, 1st ODI, Bloemfontein, October 15, 2010

Hamilton Masakadza supported Brendan Taylor in a 70-run opening stand

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Oct 15, 2010

Brendan Taylor prepares to smash one through the off side, South Africa v Zimbabwe, 1st ODI, Bloemfontein, October 15, 2010

Brendan Taylor prepares to smash one through the off side

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