Australia tour of South Africa, 5th ODI: South Africa v Australia at Cape Town, Oct 12, 2016
South Africa won by 31 runs
12 October 2016 - day/night match (50-over match)
  South Africa innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal Q de Kock c Marsh b Boland 12 23 18 0 0 66.66
5.6 81.3 mph, gone! Exactly where Australia should have been bowling from the start. Pushes it slightly wider, a full length on a fourth/fifth-stump line. De Kock's intention is to score and so pushes at it with hard hands. All he succeeds in doing is chipping a catch to short cover, brought there due to the lack of swing. Against the run of play 37/1
View dismissal HM Amla b Mennie 25 27 22 5 0 113.63
6.4 82.8 mph, big, big wicket. Mennie goes through Amla and the stumps are sent cartwheeling. What a beauty. Not sure Amla could do anything about that. Mennie goes wide of the crease, pitches this on off and middle. like most deliveries today, Amla thinks this is coming back in. but it pitches and straightens and beats Amla's flick to clatter into off stump. To beat a batsman like Amla with a bit of swing, that's a special delivery. 37/2
View dismissal F du Plessis* b Mennie 11 22 17 2 0 64.70
10.6 82.7 mph, another one! Faf troubled with some nagging lines attempts an exuberant lofted drive, but the ball pitches on off and moves back in. Not prodigious but enough and beats Faf's inside edge and take the top of off and middle. Faf undone by pressure and the movement, both equally responsible for the wicket 52/3
View dismissal RR Rossouw c Marsh b Tremain 122 156 118 14 2 103.38
44.5 76.0 mph, slogged across the line, and he's holed out to Mitch Marsh at long-on. It was the slower one which he didn't completely get underneath and only managed to skew it off the bottom half of the bat. He knew immediately that it wasn't timed well. Rossouw walks off to a round of applause, this has been a super knock 281/5
View dismissal JP Duminy c Bailey b Mennie 73 109 75 8 0 97.33
38.2 80.5 mph, out! Soft dismissal. Duminy falls. A rather selfless stroke. Full and wide outside off, Duminy wanted to open the face to drive towards deep cover in order to get Rossouw back on strike. Instead, carves a ball to backward point because the ball is too wide to fetch and hit that much in front of square. Quality, quality knock from JP. Hardly mis-hit a ball 230/4
View dismissal DA Miller c Smith b Tremain 39 46 29 4 0 134.48
48.3 77.0 mph, picks out Steven Smith at deep cover. Looked like he wanted to hit it to wide long-off but stiff breeze may have played part in him not hitting it where it wanted. It was a slower delivery too, which made it all the more tougher for Miller. Useful knock nonetheless 308/7
View dismissal AL Phehlukwayo b Boland 11 14 9 0 1 122.22
47.5 84.0 mph, super delivery. Death rattle. This is full and straight on middle, he looks to back away and squeeze that behind point but the ball clattered into the stumps off a very fine inside-edge. 306/6
K Rabada not out 9 14 6 0 1 150.00
View dismissal KJ Abbott c †Wade b Tremain 0 3 1 0 0 0.00
48.4 83.5 mph, pokes at that without any conviction and the thick edge has been well taken by Wade, who dives full-length forward to complete the low catch. Third umpire was called for and replays only confirmed Wade's belief. 309/8
DW Steyn not out 6 6 5 1 0 120.00
Extras (b 6, lb 5, w 8) 19
  Total (8 wickets; 50 overs; 212 mins) 327 (6.54 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets CP Tremain 10 0 64 3 6.40 26 7 0 (2w)
44.5 to Rossouw, 76.0 mph, slogged across the line, and he's holed out to Mitch Marsh at long-on. It was the slower one which he didn't completely get underneath and only managed to skew it off the bottom half of the bat. He knew immediately that it wasn't timed well. Rossouw walks off to a round of applause, this has been a super knock 281/5
48.3 to Miller, 77.0 mph, picks out Steven Smith at deep cover. Looked like he wanted to hit it to wide long-off but stiff breeze may have played part in him not hitting it where it wanted. It was a slower delivery too, which made it all the more tougher for Miller. Useful knock nonetheless 308/7
48.4 to Abbott, 83.5 mph, pokes at that without any conviction and the thick edge has been well taken by Wade, who dives full-length forward to complete the low catch. Third umpire was called for and replays only confirmed Wade's belief. 309/8
View wickets SM Boland 10 0 68 2 6.80 31 9 2 (1w)
5.6 to de Kock, 81.3 mph, gone! Exactly where Australia should have been bowling from the start. Pushes it slightly wider, a full length on a fourth/fifth-stump line. De Kock's intention is to score and so pushes at it with hard hands. All he succeeds in doing is chipping a catch to short cover, brought there due to the lack of swing. Against the run of play 37/1
47.5 to Phehlukwayo, 84.0 mph, super delivery. Death rattle. This is full and straight on middle, he looks to back away and squeeze that behind point but the ball clattered into the stumps off a very fine inside-edge. 306/6
View wickets JM Mennie 10 2 49 3 4.90 35 7 0 (1w)
6.4 to Amla, 82.8 mph, big, big wicket. Mennie goes through Amla and the stumps are sent cartwheeling. What a beauty. Not sure Amla could do anything about that. Mennie goes wide of the crease, pitches this on off and middle. like most deliveries today, Amla thinks this is coming back in. but it pitches and straightens and beats Amla's flick to clatter into off stump. To beat a batsman like Amla with a bit of swing, that's a special delivery. 37/2
10.6 to du Plessis, 82.7 mph, another one! Faf troubled with some nagging lines attempts an exuberant lofted drive, but the ball pitches on off and moves back in. Not prodigious but enough and beats Faf's inside edge and take the top of off and middle. Faf undone by pressure and the movement, both equally responsible for the wicket 52/3
38.2 to Duminy, 80.5 mph, out! Soft dismissal. Duminy falls. A rather selfless stroke. Full and wide outside off, Duminy wanted to open the face to drive towards deep cover in order to get Rossouw back on strike. Instead, carves a ball to backward point because the ball is too wide to fetch and hit that much in front of square. Quality, quality knock from JP. Hardly mis-hit a ball 230/4
  MR Marsh 7 0 53 0 7.57 14 6 1
  TM Head 8 0 49 0 6.12 16 4 0 (3w)
  A Zampa 5 0 33 0 6.60 9 1 1 (1w)
  Australia innings (target: 328 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal DA Warner run out (Imran Tahir/†de Kock) 173 218 136 24 0 127.20
47.1 from Phehlukwayo, Unfortunate end to a top, top knock. He simply had to come back for the second after carving that to deep cover, but the throw was right on top of the stumps from Tahir as de Kock gathered the ball cleanly and whipped the bails off. Newlands stand up to applaud a great innings. 288/9
View dismissal AJ Finch b Imran Tahir 19 57 40 3 0 47.50
13.4 60.6 mph, gone this time! And Tahir sets off on his celebratory run. May have been the flipper, out the front of the hand. Short delivery, and quick on middle. Finch goes back, looks to cut, but clearly misjudged plenty in that - pace, length and shot selection. The ball skids through and beats Finch's cut to clatter into the stumps. Not nearly short enough to cut 72/1
View dismissal SPD Smith* b Imran Tahir 0 2 2 0 0 0.00
13.6 59.5 mph, two in three. SA's players run behind Tahir. Another wicket, another lovely show of deception. Again, fuller and quicker. No turn at all. Smith goes back, looks to drive but just plain misses a straight one. Smudge gone for nothing. Beats the batsman in a lack of flight and a change up in pace, literally. 72/2
View dismissal GJ Bailey b Phehlukwayo 2 11 8 0 0 25.00
16.2 85.9 mph, drags it back onto the stumps and the roar tells you the story. This is reward for accuracy. This one's bowled a touch fuller from the length area, Bailey is caught on the crease as he pokes tentatively away from the body. The BALL wobbles wee bit to take the inside edge onto the stumps. 75/3
View dismissal MR Marsh b Rabada 35 43 38 2 2 92.10
27.2 82.5 mph, so the decision to persist with Rabada despite an ordinary last over has worked. And he's got the man who hit him for two sixes in the previous over. This one veers back in full from wide of the crease, Marsh looks to heave it across the line, more towards midwicket, but he swings too early as the ball deflects off the pad onto the stumps 139/4
View dismissal TM Head c †de Kock b Abbott 35 62 43 4 0 81.39
40.1 81.7 mph, not all that short to pull but Head had decided he was going to go for it anyway, looked to fetch it from outside off too, and all he managed in the top was a top edge. It was swirling around for a long, long time but De Kock called nice and early, kept his eyes on it all along till he saw it lodge into his gloves. 229/5
View dismissal MS Wade c †de Kock b Abbott 7 13 7 0 0 100.00
42.5 84.8 mph, gets a big nick that is gleefully accepted by De Kock. This was a short of length delivery outside off, Wade went for a big swipe across the line but the extra bounce did him in. 248/6
View dismissal JM Mennie c Miller b Rabada 0 3 2 0 0 0.00
43.2 84.3 mph, as far as catches go, it can't get easier than that. Pacy length ball that holds up after pitching outside off, Mennie looks to loft through the line but hit it straight down the throat of Miller at mid-off. He impressed with the ball, but the outing with the bat has been anything but that 249/7
View dismissal CP Tremain run out (Phehlukwayo/du Plessis) 0 7 3 0 0 0.00
44.3 from Abbott, what athleticism from Faf! Outstanding work to effect a run-out. In the end, Tremain has sacrificed his wicket. He got a thick inside edge towards midwicket where Phehlukwayo intially looked for an under-arm flick as the bowler was still on his followthrough. Faf wasn't even in the picture even as the flick came in. But he dived full-length across to nearly dive into the stumps. But he ensured he disturbed them only when he was fully in control of the ball. Top, top work 261/8
A Zampa not out 6 24 8 0 0 75.00
View dismissal SM Boland run out (Rossouw/Steyn) 4 9 4 0 0 100.00
48.2 Steyn to Zampa, tucked towards deep midwicket, the throw comes in full and flat as Steyn collects it cleanly and whips the bails off. Perhaps Boland's hit on the knee may have slowed him down as he turned for the second. Third umpire has two looks before deciding it's 5-0 for South Africa. 296/10
Extras (lb 7, w 7, nb 1) 15
  Total (all out; 48.2 overs; 228 mins) 296 (6.12 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets KJ Abbott 10 1 48 2 4.80 32 6 0
40.1 to Head, 81.7 mph, not all that short to pull but Head had decided he was going to go for it anyway, looked to fetch it from outside off too, and all he managed in the top was a top edge. It was swirling around for a long, long time but De Kock called nice and early, kept his eyes on it all along till he saw it lodge into his gloves. 229/5
42.5 to Wade, 84.8 mph, gets a big nick that is gleefully accepted by De Kock. This was a short of length delivery outside off, Wade went for a big swipe across the line but the extra bounce did him in. 248/6
View wickets K Rabada 9 0 84 2 9.33 26 12 2 (1nb, 4w)
27.2 to Marsh, 82.5 mph, so the decision to persist with Rabada despite an ordinary last over has worked. And he's got the man who hit him for two sixes in the previous over. This one veers back in full from wide of the crease, Marsh looks to heave it across the line, more towards midwicket, but he swings too early as the ball deflects off the pad onto the stumps 139/4
43.2 to Mennie, 84.3 mph, as far as catches go, it can't get easier than that. Pacy length ball that holds up after pitching outside off, Mennie looks to loft through the line but hit it straight down the throat of Miller at mid-off. He impressed with the ball, but the outing with the bat has been anything but that 249/7
  DW Steyn 9.2 0 56 0 6.00 25 6 0 (1w)
View wickets Imran Tahir 10 1 42 2 4.20 29 3 0
13.4 to Finch, 60.6 mph, gone this time! And Tahir sets off on his celebratory run. May have been the flipper, out the front of the hand. Short delivery, and quick on middle. Finch goes back, looks to cut, but clearly misjudged plenty in that - pace, length and shot selection. The ball skids through and beats Finch's cut to clatter into the stumps. Not nearly short enough to cut 72/1
13.6 to Smith, 59.5 mph, two in three. SA's players run behind Tahir. Another wicket, another lovely show of deception. Again, fuller and quicker. No turn at all. Smith goes back, looks to drive but just plain misses a straight one. Smudge gone for nothing. Beats the batsman in a lack of flight and a change up in pace, literally. 72/2
View wicket AL Phehlukwayo 9 1 51 1 5.66 23 5 0 (2w)
16.2 to Bailey, 85.9 mph, drags it back onto the stumps and the roar tells you the story. This is reward for accuracy. This one's bowled a touch fuller from the length area, Bailey is caught on the crease as he pokes tentatively away from the body. The BALL wobbles wee bit to take the inside edge onto the stumps. 75/3
  JP Duminy 1 0 8 0 8.00 1 1 0

Match details


Toss - South Africa
Series - South Africa won the 5-match series 5-0
Player of the match - DA Warner (Australia)
Player of the series - RR Rossouw (South Africa)
Umpires - S George and JS Wilson (West Indies)
TV umpire - NJ Llong (England)
Match referee - BC Broad (England)
Reserve umpire - AT Holdstock

Match Notes


    • South Africa innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 52 runs, 2 wickets)
    • South Africa: 50 runs in 9.1 overs (55 balls), Extras 0
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 190 runs, 2 wickets)
    • Drinks: South Africa - 99/3 in 17.0 overs (RR Rossouw 31, JP Duminy 19)
    • South Africa: 100 runs in 17.3 overs (105 balls), Extras 1
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 41 balls (RR Rossouw 28, JP Duminy 20, Ex 2)
    • RR Rossouw: 50 off 50 balls (7 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • South Africa: 150 runs in 24.5 overs (149 balls), Extras 2
    • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 84 balls (RR Rossouw 58, JP Duminy 39, Ex 3)
    • JP Duminy: 50 off 47 balls (5 x 4)
    • South Africa: 200 runs in 34.1 overs (205 balls), Extras 5
    • 4th Wicket: 150 runs in 139 balls (RR Rossouw 83, JP Duminy 63, Ex 5)
    • Drinks: South Africa - 219/3 in 36.0 overs (RR Rossouw 96, JP Duminy 70)
    • RR Rossouw: 100 off 100 balls (11 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Mandatory - 85 runs, 4 wickets)
    • South Africa: 250 runs in 40.6 overs (246 balls), Extras 10
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 36 balls (RR Rossouw 23, DA Miller 25, Ex 2)
    • South Africa: 300 runs in 47.1 overs (283 balls), Extras 13
    • Innings Break: South Africa - 327/8 in 50.0 overs (K Rabada 9, DW Steyn 6)
    • Australia innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 60 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Australia: 50 runs in 7.5 overs (48 balls), Extras 3
    • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 48 balls (DA Warner 40, AJ Finch 7, Ex 3)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 169 runs, 4 wickets)
    • DA Warner: 50 off 44 balls (8 x 4)
    • Drinks: Australia - 75/2 in 16.0 overs (DA Warner 50, GJ Bailey 2)
    • Australia: 100 runs in 22.1 overs (134 balls), Extras 6
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 55 balls (DA Warner 24, MR Marsh 24, Ex 2)
    • Australia: 150 runs in 28.5 overs (174 balls), Extras 6
    • DA Warner: 100 off 88 balls (16 x 4)
    • Drinks: Australia - 179/4 in 33.0 overs (DA Warner 103, TM Head 14)
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 43 balls (DA Warner 31, TM Head 17, Ex 2)
    • Australia: 200 runs in 35.1 overs (212 balls), Extras 9
    • Over 37.2: Review by South Africa (Bowling), Umpire - S George, Batsman - DA Warner (Struck down)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Mandatory - 67 runs, 6 wickets)
    • Australia: 250 runs in 43.3 overs (262 balls), Extras 11
    • DA Warner: 150 off 125 balls (21 x 4)
 
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