ICC World Twenty20 - 12th match, Group C

Afghanistan v South Africa

South Africa won by 59 runs

9.55pm GMT The players are out in the middle, and Graeme Smith has decided that the Jacques Kallis experiment needs to be shelved. He will open the batting with Loots Bosman, and Shapoor Zadran has the new ball. I'm Andrew Miller, and here we go...!

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Here are the teams, and having name-checked Dawlat, it turns out he's not playing after all. That's a shame ...

South Africa 1 Graeme Smith (capt), 2 Loots Bosman, 3 Jacques Kallis, 4 AB de Villiers, 5 JP Duminy, 6 Albie Morkel, 7 Mark Boucher (wk), 8 Roelof van der Merwe, 9 Dale Steyn, 10 Morne Morkel, 11 Charl Langeveldt.

Afghanistan 1 Karim Sadiq, 2 Noor Ali, 3 Mohammad Shahzad (wk), 4 Nowroz Mangal (capt), 5 Asghar Stanikzai, 6 Mohammad Nabi, 7 Raees Ahmadzai, 8 Samiullah Shenwari, 9 Hamid Hassan, 10 Shapoor Zadran, 11 Mirwais Ashraf.

An added factor tonight will be the floodlights - rarely used in this competition due to the constraints of the timezone - but something that Afghanistan's batsmen won't be entirely familiar with. They've got their work cut out, it is fair to say. But Dawlat Ahmadzai and his mates have a chance to claim a few South African scalps first-up.

Here's the toss ... and Afghanistan will bowl first. Graeme Smith doesn't mind that, he'd have batted anyway. The pitch looks hard and, as Shaun Tait proved in the first match of the day, there's bounce out there as well. But there's some turn for the spinners as well.

9.30pm GMT Hello and welcome to Cricinfo's coverage of the Group C encounter between South Africa and Afghanistan at Bridgetown. It's a sudden-death showdown after India inflicted defeats on both these teams in their opening matches of the competition, but even allowing for Afghanistan's stellar development in the past few years, this ought - I repeat, ought - to result in a comfortable passage into the Super Eights for South Africa. The Afghans struggled to cope with the pace of Ashish Nehra in their big-stage debut, so the likes of Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel will represent another mighty step-up in class.

Nevertheless, the mere fact that Afghanistan have made it to the world stage is the real story of this contest, and win or lose, their against-the-odds feats deserve to be celebrated long and loud. While we wait for the toss, why not read the thoughts of Cricinfo's long-time blogger, Hamid Hassan. Or, for a more in-depth take on their progress, here's the view of our resident expert, Will Luke.

One or two plugs to throw into the mix as well. Click here to listen live online to every match of the ICC World T20 on Cricket Radio. We're sorry but due to rights restrictions this service is not available to readers in India, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, but never mind you can still keep up-to-date on Cricinfo.

0.1

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, no run, fizzer! Cracking delivery, outside off, lifting, seaming, and bursting past the edge. Lively start!

0.2

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, FOUR, a touch too short this time, too much width as well, and Smith clobbers that through the covers for the first boundary

0.3

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, FOUR, short again, too wide, and pulled emphatically through wide mid-on. Two in two

0.4

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, no run, fuller length this time, still wide of off stump, but no stroke from Smith

0.5

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, no run, full and swinging away from wide outside off. Smith reaches for a cover-drive but can't connect properly

0.6

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, FOUR, too wide once again, swinging away and Smith reaches with greater success this time. A futile chase on the cover boundary, and that's an expensive start

End of over 1 (12 runs) South Africa 12/0 (RR: 12.00)
GC Smith    12* (6b 3x4)      Shapoor Zadran    1-0-12-0
LE Bosman    0* (0b)     

Mirwais Ashraf has the ball in his hands.

1.1

Mirwais Ashraf to Bosman, 1 leg bye, OUT, inswinger, slightly misdirected and flicks the pad, but what's this ... a sharp throw from fine leg as he dallied over his second run ... and that's going to be out! Exceptional fielding, and Afghanistan have their first wicket of the match!

LE Bosman run out 0 (6m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Kallis opened in the first match. He's a de facto opener here, as he arrives at the crease after seven deliveries

1.2

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, no run, outside off, left alone and through to the keeper

1.3

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, 1 run, clunked into the covers to get off the mark

1.4

Mirwais Ashraf to Smith, 1 run, flicked firmly to short fine leg, where Noor Ali fumbles to gift an extra run

1.5

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, no run, driven on the up and into the covers. But straight to the man

1.6

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, 2 runs, angling into the pads, worked into the leg-side and a bit of Flash Harry fielding gives away another extra run. He went for it one-handed, and let it through his fingers

End of over 2 (5 runs) South Africa 17/1 (RR: 8.50)
JH Kallis    3* (4b)      Mirwais Ashraf    1-0-4-0
GC Smith    13* (7b 3x4)      Shapoor Zadran    1-0-12-0

2.1

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, 1 run, clipped off the toes, out to square leg

2.2

Shapoor Zadran to Kallis, no run, that's a snorting delivery - real lift from a good length and the keeper had to take off vertically to pouch that. Kallis looks non-plussed

2.3

Shapoor Zadran to Kallis, 1 run, had to hurry to make his ground, but beat the shy

2.4

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, FOUR, full and targetting the blockhole, Smith had to dig that out late but squeezed it through the gap at third man

2.5

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, 2 runs, too short and wide, but just helped into the leg-side with a measured pull. Tidied up in the deep

2.6

Shapoor Zadran to Smith, SIX, short, squatted away, a fat top-edge, and that clears everything and everyone! Plops over the fine-leg boundary for six! A brisk start from the captain

End of over 3 (14 runs) South Africa 31/1 (RR: 10.33)
GC Smith    26* (11b 4x4 1x6)      Shapoor Zadran    2-0-26-0
JH Kallis    4* (6b)      Mirwais Ashraf    1-0-4-0

3.1

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, no run, onto the front foot to drive, but inside-edged onto the pads

3.2

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, 1 run, A Pietersen-esque Flamingo flick into the leg-side, but picked up on the square-leg boundary. Umpire Gould has a quick check to see whether Kallis made his ground as the shy came in, but he was easily home

3.3

Mirwais Ashraf to Smith, 1 run, tighter line and length, worked into space

3.4

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, SIX, short and angling down the leg-side, and helped up and over the backward square-leg boundary! Excellent elevation on that stroke, and another six

3.5

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, no run, fuller and straighter. Nothing doing there

3.6

Mirwais Ashraf to Kallis, SIX, bludgeoned, and Kallis is in a mood here. In the slot, and belted over cow corner for another maximum

End of over 4 (14 runs) South Africa 45/1 (RR: 11.25)
JH Kallis    17* (11b 2x6)      Mirwais Ashraf    2-0-18-0
GC Smith    27* (12b 4x4 1x6)      Shapoor Zadran    2-0-26-0

So, it's a bit of a runaway train scenario at the moment. Here's some spin to slow things down

4.1

Mohammad Nabi to Smith, no run, looped onto a good length, and watchfully defended

4.2

Mohammad Nabi to Smith, OUT, Nabi strikes! Good length again, Smith was drawn into the stroke but was onto the ball early, and sent a spiralling chance down to long-off, where the skipper steadied himself to take a fine catch

GC Smith c Nawroz Mangal b Mohammad Nabi 27 (20m 14b 4x4 1x6) SR: 192.85

4.3

Mohammad Nabi to Kallis, no run, short and wide, and cut to point. Straight to the man

4.4

Mohammad Nabi to Kallis, 1 run, flicked off the front foot, to midwicket

4.5

Mohammad Nabi to de Villiers, no run, lovely bowling, held its line just outside off stump, and zipped past the edge. No spin on that one

4.6

Mohammad Nabi to de Villiers, 1 run, tidy finish to a tidy over. The brake has duly been applied

End of over 5 (2 runs) South Africa 47/2 (RR: 9.40)
AB de Villiers    1* (2b)      Mohammad Nabi    1-0-2-1
JH Kallis    18* (13b 2x6)      Mirwais Ashraf    2-0-18-0

Another chance of bowling as the second spinner comes into the attack. Here's the legspin of Shenwari

5.1

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, 1 run, good length to start things off, clipped to long-on

5.2

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 1 run, right up in the blockhole, pushed out to cover

5.3

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, saw de Villiers coming and fired in a shorter, quicker ball. Canny bowling

5.4

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, a touch wider, and flailed to point

5.5

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, pushed out to cover, excellent rhythm so far

5.6

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, turn and bounce, the keeper takes with a leap, and that's an excellent over. Two good overs in a row, and Afghanistan have exerted a small measure of control as the Powerplay ends

End of over 6 (2 runs) South Africa 49/2 (RR: 8.16)
AB de Villiers    2* (7b)      Samiullah Shenwari    1-0-2-0
JH Kallis    19* (14b 2x6)      Mohammad Nabi    1-0-2-1

6.1

Mohammad Nabi to Kallis, 1 run, flogged into the covers off the front foot. A bit of in-drift for Nabi

6.2

Mohammad Nabi to de Villiers, 1 run, wider outside off, and an excellent pouncing stop at point from Hamid

6.3

Mohammad Nabi to Kallis, no run, driven up to mid-off

6.4

Mohammad Nabi to Kallis, 2 runs, more bounce from a tight line, but Kallis rides it well and dabs a cut down to third man

6.5

Mohammad Nabi to Kallis, 1 run, turn this time from a tight line. Kallis attempts another dab, but this time makes less contact

6.6

Mohammad Nabi to de Villiers, no run, tossed up, dragged forward, met with a defensive bat. Nice over

End of over 7 (5 runs) South Africa 54/2 (RR: 7.71)
AB de Villiers    3* (9b)      Mohammad Nabi    2-0-7-1
JH Kallis    23* (18b 2x6)      Samiullah Shenwari    1-0-2-0

7.1

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 2 runs, emphatic drive out to deep cover, a misfield gifts an extra run, but the fielder recovers to save the four

7.2

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, no run, flight and bite, and that's a beauty. Kallis acknowledges that he's beaten by that one, which really gripped

7.3

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 1 run, dabbed into the covers

7.4

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, worked out to point with soft hands

7.5

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, 1 run, driven hard down to long-off

7.6

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 1 run, another nudge to point, had to hurry as the shy came in, but an easy single in the end

End of over 8 (5 runs) South Africa 59/2 (RR: 7.37)
JH Kallis    27* (22b 2x6)      Samiullah Shenwari    2-0-7-0
AB de Villiers    4* (11b)      Mohammad Nabi    2-0-7-1

8.1

Nawroz Mangal to Kallis, 2 wides, attempted sweep, down the leg-side

8.1

Nawroz Mangal to de Villiers, 1 run, down the track, and clipped to long-on

8.2

Nawroz Mangal to Kallis, no run, into position for the sweep, but no contact

8.3

Nawroz Mangal to Kallis, 1 leg bye, worked down to fine leg off mostly pad

8.4

Nawroz Mangal to de Villiers, SIX, belted. High and handsome, over long-off, and that rebounds off the window of the press box! Sizeable

8.5

Nawroz Mangal to de Villiers, 1 run, flicked out to midwicket

8.6

Nawroz Mangal to Kallis, 1 run, nudged into the covers, and tidied up

South Africa are cruising along quite contentedly at present

End of over 9 (12 runs) South Africa 71/2 (RR: 7.88)
JH Kallis    28* (25b 2x6)      Nawroz Mangal    1-0-11-0
AB de Villiers    12* (14b 1x6)      Samiullah Shenwari    2-0-7-0

9.1

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, no run, a hint of turn, and drilled to the man at short cover

9.2

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 1 run, an ambitious fling of the bat, and pierces the covers at a catchable height. Excellent bowling, tempting the risk

9.3

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, on the money again, keeping things under wraps

9.4

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, down the track, but can only pad this away

9.5

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, no run, punched out to cover, tidy bowling again

9.6

Samiullah Shenwari to de Villiers, 1 run, that's an exceptional over, which finishes with a deflection to square leg. Nothing to work with whatsoever

End of over 10 (2 runs) South Africa 73/2 (RR: 7.30)
AB de Villiers    13* (18b 1x6)      Samiullah Shenwari    3-0-9-0
JH Kallis    29* (27b 2x6)      Nawroz Mangal    1-0-11-0

10.1

Nawroz Mangal to de Villiers, no run, ooh, so near! A loose drive, and there was an audible snick on that, and sure enough, that was dropped by the keeper

10.2

Nawroz Mangal to de Villiers, FOUR, insult to injury. de Villiers dances down the track and swats a boundary though midwicket

10.3

Nawroz Mangal to de Villiers, OUT, and that's just reward for Afghanistan! De Villiers attacks once again, but is deceived in the flight, and that's an easy stumping as the third wicket falls

AB de Villiers st †Mohammad Shahzad b Nawroz Mangal 17 (17m 21b 1x4 1x6) SR: 80.95

A very creditable bowling display from the underdogs. They'll need some more wickets to give themselves a realistic chance in this game, but they are doing themselves proud so far

10.4

Nawroz Mangal to Duminy, no run, looped up, and defended on off stump

10.5

Nawroz Mangal to Duminy, 1 run, driven firmly off the front foot, and Duminy is off the mark

10.6

Nawroz Mangal to Kallis, 1 run, punched into the covers, and that's another single for Kallis

End of over 11 (6 runs) South Africa 79/3 (RR: 7.18)
JH Kallis    30* (28b 2x6)      Nawroz Mangal    2-0-17-1
JP Duminy    1* (2b)      Samiullah Shenwari    3-0-9-0

11.1

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 1 run, a mistimed slog out to cow corner, but falls safe. Shenwari is a deceptive bowler

11.2

Samiullah Shenwari to Duminy, no run, lovely work again, tight on off stump and straightening into the left-hander

11.3

Samiullah Shenwari to Duminy, 1 run, slightly shorter, and flicked off the hip

11.4

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, no run, a stand-and-deliver strike, but the shot fails to reach its destination

11.5

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 2 runs, cracked out to deep cover

11.6

Samiullah Shenwari to Kallis, 1 run, worked into the covers again, and that's the end of an exceptional spell from Shenwari. He's applied a measure of control, and then some

End of over 12 (5 runs) South Africa 84/3 (RR: 7.00)
JH Kallis    34* (32b 2x6)      Samiullah Shenwari    4-0-14-0
JP Duminy    2* (4b)      Nawroz Mangal    2-0-17-1

Hamid Hasan enters the attack

12.1

Hamid Hassan to Kallis, OUT, down the leg-side, a loose flick, and that's snaffled! Kallis walks, and Afghanistan have their fourth!

JH Kallis c †Mohammad Shahzad b Hamid Hassan 34 (35m 33b 0x4 2x6) SR: 103.03

Here comes Mark Boucher, with a little bit of work still to do

12.2

Hamid Hassan to Boucher, 1 run, punched firmly down to mid-off, with a loud click of willow

12.3

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, no run, round the wicket, and Duminy is cramped for room by a tight angled delivery

12.4

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, 1 run, slower ball, Duminy waits and nudges a single down to third man

12.5

Hamid Hassan to Boucher, 1 run, attempted yorker, and a pretty good one too. Well dug out and a sharp single

12.6

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, no run, good bowling, brisk pace through the air, and Duminy is late on his stroke from round the wicket

End of over 13 (3 runs) South Africa 87/4 (RR: 6.69)
JP Duminy    3* (7b)      Hamid Hassan    1-0-3-1
MV Boucher    2* (2b)      Samiullah Shenwari    4-0-14-0

Seven overs to go, what can Afghanistan conjure up from here?

13.1

Nawroz Mangal to Boucher, no run, worked out to square leg, can't beat the field

13.2

Nawroz Mangal to Boucher, 1 run, loopy-doopy delivery, plops onto a good length, and tucked round the corner

13.3

Nawroz Mangal to Duminy, no run, big stride forward, and a defensive push into the covers

13.4

Nawroz Mangal to Duminy, no run, pushed into the off side again

13.5

Nawroz Mangal to Duminy, 1 run, worked down to long-off. Tidy bowling

13.6

Nawroz Mangal to Boucher, 1 run, on the pads, tucked square. Another fine over, only three runs coming from that

End of over 14 (3 runs) South Africa 90/4 (RR: 6.42)
MV Boucher    4* (5b)      Nawroz Mangal    3-0-20-1
JP Duminy    4* (10b)      Hamid Hassan    1-0-3-1

14.1

Hamid Hassan to Boucher, OUT, full length, dead in front of middle, and that's plumb! Simon Taufel raises the finger, and Afghanistan are having a real go here!

MV Boucher lbw b Hamid Hassan 4 (3m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

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14.2

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, no run, round the wicket and that's a snorter. Sharp lift from a good length, and that surprises Morkel who wears it on the bat handle

14.3

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, 1 run, much fuller this time, a good double-whammy

14.4

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, 3 runs, angling down the leg-side, worked with the pace down to fine leg, but no boundary

14.5

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, 1 run, a short-arm pull to deep midwicket. More energetic bowling here

14.6

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, 1 run, slower delivery, a legcutter to complete another fine over. Great effort from the new boys

End of over 15 (6 runs) South Africa 96/5 (RR: 6.40)
JP Duminy    8* (12b)      Hamid Hassan    2-0-9-2
JA Morkel    2* (3b)      Nawroz Mangal    3-0-20-1

Here's Nabi again

15.1

Mohammad Nabi to Duminy, 1 run, round the wicket, a hint of turn, worked to midwicket

15.2

Mohammad Nabi to JA Morkel, 1 run, onto the front foot, punched to deep cover. Not much more than singles on offer at the moment

15.3

Mohammad Nabi to Duminy, 1 run, worked to midwicket. Tight again

15.4

Mohammad Nabi to JA Morkel, no run, low full toss, but smacked hard, back at the bowler

15.5

Mohammad Nabi to JA Morkel, SIX, that's better from Morkel! In the slot for the shot, a full wind-up, and a mighty blow over long-on

15.6

Mohammad Nabi to JA Morkel, 1 run, quicker delivery, pushed to midwicket.

End of over 16 (10 runs) South Africa 106/5 (RR: 6.62)
JA Morkel    10* (7b 1x6)      Mohammad Nabi    3-0-17-1
JP Duminy    10* (14b)      Hamid Hassan    2-0-9-2

16.1

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, no run, round the wicket, slower delivery, just outside off, and beats the bat. Good bowling

16.2

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, FOUR, a fraction too short, and mowed through midwicket. Excellent strike, and perfect placement

16.3

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, 1 run, in the blockhole, and huge cries of "catch it!" as Noor Ali opted to save the boundary at long-off rather than go for glory. On balance, a good decision

16.4

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, no run, another good slower ball, and Duminy is all at sea as he fishes limply outside off

16.5

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, 1 run, a baseball-style mow, but no great contact

16.6

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, FOUR, opens the face, and that's a sweet glide through third man. That was yorker-length, but Morkel was equal to it

End of over 17 (10 runs) South Africa 116/5 (RR: 6.82)
JA Morkel    19* (11b 2x4 1x6)      Hamid Hassan    3-0-19-2
JP Duminy    11* (16b)      Mohammad Nabi    3-0-17-1

17.1

Mohammad Nabi to Duminy, SIX, beautiful strike, arrow-straight back over the bowler's head, and now South Africa are turning it on

17.2

Mohammad Nabi to Duminy, 1 run, better delivery, fuller and straight

17.3

Mohammad Nabi to JA Morkel, 1 run, a big wind-up, but not much contact as the ball dribbles out to mid-on

17.4

Mohammad Nabi to Duminy, 1 run, in the air briefly, but the ball doesn't carry to midwicket

17.5

Mohammad Nabi to JA Morkel, 1 run, panned out to deep midwicket

17.6

Mohammad Nabi to Duminy, SIX, front foot planted, big swing of the bat, mid-off charged in for the catch, but the mishit still had the legs to carry all the way over the rope!

End of over 18 (16 runs) South Africa 132/5 (RR: 7.33)
JP Duminy    25* (20b 2x6)      Mohammad Nabi    4-0-33-1
JA Morkel    21* (13b 2x4 1x6)      Hamid Hassan    3-0-19-2

18.1

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, 1 run, big swing, and Morkel doesn't know where that went, but he's called through for an easy single

18.2

Hamid Hassan to Duminy, OUT, belted fiercely out to the covers, but Mangal clings onto a blinder, low to his right, to send Duminy on his way! Another wicket falls, and that was timely in the extreme

JP Duminy c Nawroz Mangal b Hamid Hassan 25 (23m 21b 0x4 2x6) SR: 119.04

18.3

Hamid Hassan to van der Merwe, no run, brisk delivery, but Roelof negotiates it

18.4

Hamid Hassan to van der Merwe, no run, a swing and a miss

18.5

Hamid Hassan to van der Merwe, 1 leg bye, angled into the pads, great pace as well

18.6

Hamid Hassan to JA Morkel, 1 run, round the wicket, a blockhole delivery is dug out to cover, and that's a superb spell from Hassan. He is genuinely swift. And he's given his team a chance. Just a chance ...

End of over 19 (3 runs) South Africa 135/6 (RR: 7.10)
JA Morkel    23* (15b 2x4 1x6)      Hamid Hassan    4-0-21-3
RE van der Merwe    0* (3b)      Mohammad Nabi    4-0-33-1

So, six balls to go. What can South Africa muster from here?

19.1

Shapoor Zadran to JA Morkel, 1 leg bye, good bowling, saw Morkel making room, and followed him down the leg-side with a full delivery

19.2

Shapoor Zadran to van der Merwe, no run, a wild swing, and no contact. Unsubtle

19.3

Shapoor Zadran to van der Merwe, 1 run, a low full-toss, not a bad delivery in the circumstances, and long-off fields

19.4

Shapoor Zadran to JA Morkel, OUT, a massive swipe, a vast spiralling top-edge, the captain calls for a steepler, fumbles at the first attempt, but clings onto the rebound. What a showing from Afghanistan!

JA Morkel c Nawroz Mangal b Shapoor Zadran 23 (20m 17b 2x4 1x6) SR: 135.29

19.5

Shapoor Zadran to Steyn, 1 run, in the blockhole again, drilled down to long-off, and they turn down the second run

One ball to go

19.6

Shapoor Zadran to van der Merwe, 1 run, full toss, panned out to deep point, and that's an exemplary display from Afghanistan. South Africa's total is still substantial, but it's been a spirited effort from a team who were competing against the likes of Jersey and Denmark only a couple of years ago

Well, well. Twenty20 certainly reduces the gulf between the teams. Hamid Hassan is a happy man as he talks to Harsha Bhogle, having been clocked at more than 140kph in his three-wicket spell. "We've come a long way, and we feel very proud."

Anyhow, time for a cuppa. Back in five for the resumption

End of over 20 (4 runs) South Africa 139/7
RE van der Merwe    2* (6b)      Shapoor Zadran    3-0-29-1
DW Steyn    1* (1b)      Hamid Hassan    4-0-21-3
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Hamid Hassan unleashes a massive appeal during his impressive spell, Afghanistan v South Africa, ICC World Twenty20, Bridgetown, May 5, 2010

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