Zimbabwe Twenty20 Triangular Series - 2nd match

Bangladesh XI v South Africa XI

South Africa XI won by 39 runs

6.4

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, no run, gets a yorker first up, beats the bat and lucky for him it is wide of the off stump, well bowled

6.5

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, no run, line and length gets all the respect from the batsman as he pushes forward defensively

6.6

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, 1 wide, such a good over spoiled by a wayward wide ball outside off

6.6

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, 1 run, just outside off, slaps that off the front foot to backward point, fumble has them taking the run

South Africa XI 73/1   CA Ingram 1* (3b)

7.1

Mahmudullah to Ingram, 1 leg bye, angled and flooted into the pads, flicks to onside, beats the bat, not the pad, squirts past slip

7.3

Mahmudullah to Ingram, 1 run, on the back foot, plays late, chops it to a deep backward point

7.5

Mahmudullah to Ingram, no run, again beaten on the leg side, floating it into the pads, looks to play on-side, thuds into the pad outside leg

7.6

Mahmudullah to Ingram, 1 run, full again, cramping him up, feet in a better position this time as he clips out to deep wide midwicket

South Africa XI 78/1   CA Ingram 3* (7b)

8.1

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, FOUR, a touch wide, just a bit short, cuts well and late, races forward of the third man, great timing, third man did not have a lot to do but never got close

8.2

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, no run, defends to the off

8.3

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, no run, looks to the on side, not timed at all, rolls away

8.4

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, 1 run, improvises as he gets outside leg, worked behind square on off

South Africa XI 83/1   CA Ingram 8* (11b 1x4)

9.2

Mahmudullah to Ingram, FOUR, works that well with a sweep that drags that very fine

9.3

Mahmudullah to Ingram, no run, defends as it angles into the legs

9.4

Mahmudullah to Ingram, FOUR, that was not too wide of off, cuts very late, runs it down where a 3rd slip may have been

9.5

Mahmudullah to Ingram, 1 run, gets half forward and strokes to and just wide of cover

South Africa XI 94/1   CA Ingram 17* (15b 3x4)

10.2

Abdur Razzak to Ingram, 1 run, shuffles across to the off, worked off the thigh to backward square leg

South Africa XI 97/1   CA Ingram 18* (16b 3x4)

11.1

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, 1 run, Rahman back on, starts just outsie off, touch short, chops that to a short third man, Amla through in a flash

11.4

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, FOUR, loves the late cut from inches outside off, chops that inside the wide slip

11.5

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, 2 runs, DROPPED, Ingram goes aerial towards long off, who makes a lot of ground, dives, takes it, but pops out as his arms hit the ground, Mortaza again

11.6

Ziaur Rahman to Ingram, FOUR, too short, slowish track, gets back and picks his spot backward of square leg

South Africa XI 125/1   CA Ingram 29* (20b 5x4)

13.1

Mahmudullah to Ingram, no run, looks to use the late cut again, does not beat the gully

13.2

Mahmudullah to Ingram, OUT, shuffles down the pitch, beats the bat, comes off the pads, rolls away towards the stumps, Ingram does not know where the ball is, the keeper does and whips the ball into the stumps, TV confirms that Ingram is well short

CA Ingram run out 29 (30m 22b 5x4 0x6) SR: 131.81

South Africa XI 135/2   CA Ingram 29 (22b 5x4)
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Photos

Jun 17, 2012

Hashim Amla on way to an unbeaten 88, Bangladesh v South Africa, Twenty20 tri-series, Harare, June 19, 2012

Hashim Amla on way to an unbeaten 88

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Jun 17, 2012

Hashim Amla pulls, Bangladesh v South Africa, Twenty20 tri-series, Harare, June 19, 2012

Hashim Amla pulls

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