New Zealand tour of South Africa, 3rd ODI: South Africa v New Zealand at Potchefstroom, Jan 25, 2013
South Africa won by 1 wicket (with 0 balls remaining)
25 January 2013 - day/night match (50-over match)
  New Zealand innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal MJ Guptill c Ingram b Tsotsobe 5 22 18 1 0 27.77
5.2 82.5 mph, caught at first slip! Guptill swings his bat in anger/disgust/disappointment/all of the previous as he walks off. He drove from his crease at one that pitched on a good length on middle and off and left the right-hander, the thick edge was held by Ingram. Guptill's miserable tour with the bat is over. 15/1
View dismissal BJ Watling c du Plessis b McLaren 20 64 40 2 0 50.00
15.2 83.9 mph, caught at point! The full ball angled into the right-hander's off and middle stump, Watling closed the face while playing an on-drive and the movement away from him caused the ball to fly off the outside edge straight to du Plessis, who took the catch at head height 46/3
View dismissal KS Williamson c †de Kock b Tsotsobe 6 17 17 1 0 35.29
9.2 82.8 mph, caught behind! Williamson has a swipe outside off stump at a length ball that's a bit slower, it bounced a bit lower than usual as well and the bottom edge carries to the wicketkeeper 27/2
View dismissal GD Elliott c Steyn b Tsotsobe 54 109 67 8 0 80.59
33.2 81.9 mph, the upper cut has consumed the second batsman today. And it's also two in two matches for Elliot. Gets one short and wide, gets under it, guides it towards third man where Steyn runs in, gets low, and takes a safe catch 129/5
View dismissal BB McCullum*† c Steyn b McLaren 13 27 25 1 0 52.00
21.5 86.6 mph, he's upper cut it straight to third man! Poor choice of shot from McCullum. The ball was not short enough or wide enough to carve over the third-man boundary and McCullum was cramped for room as he got under the ball and played the shot. Steyn barely had to move to get under the catch 68/4
View dismissal C Munro c †de Kock b Tsotsobe 57 102 62 6 1 91.93
42.6 71.1 mph, caught behind! Munro charges and swings hard at a good length ball and he gets a really thick edge that flies quickly to de Kock's left. The wicketkeeper goes with both hands and catches it. Was harder than it looked, I think. Munro falls after doing his bit to take New Zealand to a score they can hope to defend. 196/6
JEC Franklin not out 53 81 52 3 1 101.92
View dismissal NL McCullum c †de Kock b McLaren 2 2 2 0 0 100.00
43.3 86.1 mph, there's a huge appeal for caught behind but the umpire says not out. De Kock was adamant and South Africa have reviewed this. The ball was short of a length and it rose into McCullum's ribs. McCullum moved across his stumps and tried to glance towards fine leg. He ended up stopping his shot in the end but did he stop his shot in time? Hot Spot doesn't really show a clear mark on the glove but the third umpire has spoken with the on-field umpire, who has changed his decision. McCullum has to go. It did look like it brushed the glove but I can't say there was hard evidence of it. There was a smudge on the glove but nothing very clear 199/7
View dismissal JDS Neesham lbw b McLaren 13 8 8 3 0 162.50
45.2 82.5 mph, that looks plumb lbw and the umpire agrees! Neesham isn't convinced though and he's asked for a review. McLaren bowled the ball in the blockhole from round the wicket and hit Neesham on the boot as he played across the line. That looks pretty adjacent, the ball would have gone on to clip leg stump. But the predictive replays show it would have gone on to hit middle! That is bizarre. Definitely not hitting middle. Leg stump, yes. 216/8
View dismissal KD Mills run out (du Plessis) 7 13 6 1 0 116.66
48.1 Steyn to Franklin, run out (du Plessis) 234/9
MJ McClenaghan not out 2 8 2 0 0 100.00
Extras (b 1, lb 10, w 17) 28
  Total (9 wickets; 50 overs; 234 mins) 260 (5.20 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  DW Steyn 10 1 56 0 5.60 32 5 1 (6w)
View wickets LL Tsotsobe 10 2 45 4 4.50 40 7 0
5.2 to Guptill, 82.5 mph, caught at first slip! Guptill swings his bat in anger/disgust/disappointment/all of the previous as he walks off. He drove from his crease at one that pitched on a good length on middle and off and left the right-hander, the thick edge was held by Ingram. Guptill's miserable tour with the bat is over. 15/1
9.2 to Williamson, 82.8 mph, caught behind! Williamson has a swipe outside off stump at a length ball that's a bit slower, it bounced a bit lower than usual as well and the bottom edge carries to the wicketkeeper 27/2
33.2 to Elliott, 81.9 mph, the upper cut has consumed the second batsman today. And it's also two in two matches for Elliot. Gets one short and wide, gets under it, guides it towards third man where Steyn runs in, gets low, and takes a safe catch 129/5
42.6 to Munro, 71.1 mph, caught behind! Munro charges and swings hard at a good length ball and he gets a really thick edge that flies quickly to de Kock's left. The wicketkeeper goes with both hands and catches it. Was harder than it looked, I think. Munro falls after doing his bit to take New Zealand to a score they can hope to defend. 196/6
  RK Kleinveldt 10 1 44 0 4.40 40 3 1 (4w)
  AM Phangiso 8 0 43 0 5.37 25 6 0 (1w)
View wickets R McLaren 10 0 52 4 5.20 28 5 0 (2w)
15.2 to Watling, 83.9 mph, caught at point! The full ball angled into the right-hander's off and middle stump, Watling closed the face while playing an on-drive and the movement away from him caused the ball to fly off the outside edge straight to du Plessis, who took the catch at head height 46/3
21.5 to BB McCullum, 86.6 mph, he's upper cut it straight to third man! Poor choice of shot from McCullum. The ball was not short enough or wide enough to carve over the third-man boundary and McCullum was cramped for room as he got under the ball and played the shot. Steyn barely had to move to get under the catch 68/4
43.3 to NL McCullum, 86.1 mph, there's a huge appeal for caught behind but the umpire says not out. De Kock was adamant and South Africa have reviewed this. The ball was short of a length and it rose into McCullum's ribs. McCullum moved across his stumps and tried to glance towards fine leg. He ended up stopping his shot in the end but did he stop his shot in time? Hot Spot doesn't really show a clear mark on the glove but the third umpire has spoken with the on-field umpire, who has changed his decision. McCullum has to go. It did look like it brushed the glove but I can't say there was hard evidence of it. There was a smudge on the glove but nothing very clear 199/7
45.2 to Neesham, 82.5 mph, that looks plumb lbw and the umpire agrees! Neesham isn't convinced though and he's asked for a review. McLaren bowled the ball in the blockhole from round the wicket and hit Neesham on the boot as he played across the line. That looks pretty adjacent, the ball would have gone on to clip leg stump. But the predictive replays show it would have gone on to hit middle! That is bizarre. Definitely not hitting middle. Leg stump, yes. 216/8
  F Behardien 2 0 9 0 4.50 4 0 0
  South Africa innings (target: 261 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal Q de Kock b Franklin 31 63 38 4 0 81.57
15.3 78.1 mph, bowled him! That wasn't short enough to pull but de Kock tried to, he missed and the ball hit the top of off stump, Franklin's provided the breakthrough. Actually the length was a bit short, de Kock simply didn't watch the ball as he tried to pull off the front foot, he should have been playing back perhaps. 83/1
View dismissal GC Smith c Watling b Williamson 116 190 130 14 0 89.23
45.4 52.8 mph, Smith's holed out! An excellent innings ends with a poor shot. Smith made room to hit down the ground but got a leading edge of sorts straight to Watling at long-on. He's left with South Africa needing 32 off 26, they are so close but will they get there now? 229/6
View dismissal CA Ingram c Guptill b NL McCullum 25 37 40 3 0 62.50
26.1 58.4 mph, and would you believe it, Ingram has fallen off its first ball! McCullum bowled an ordinary short ball, Ingram went back and instead of pulling it he simply chipped it towards Guptill, who took a simple catch at midwicket. A soft dismissal, and soon after South Africa declared their intention to get moving 122/2
View dismissal F du Plessis* c Guptill b Mills 19 29 23 2 0 82.60
33.2 79.0 mph, caught at midwicket! The ball was ordinary, short around the off stump, Faf du Plessis moved towards the off and pulled. He just didn't get it high enough and Guptill was waiting. Faf made contact with the bottom of his bat. 165/3
View dismissal F Behardien c & b Williamson 4 17 9 0 0 44.44
36.4 49.9 mph, caught and bowled! A terrific catch! Williamson bowled the ball from round the wicket, Behardien came down the pitch and chipped the ball in the air towards where the bowler would be if he was delivering from over the wicket. Williamson lunged to his left with his arm outstretched and caught in with one hand, bumping into Smith in the process but keeping his balance 174/4
View dismissal DA Miller b Mills 15 22 19 2 0 78.94
41.5 80.8 mph, bowled him! Miller's off stump has taken a hit. He came out of his crease and tried to pull a short of a length ball that was angling slightly across him, he got a bottom edge on to his stumps. Just when South Africa were pulling away, New Zealand haul them back a little. 205/5
R McLaren not out 25 49 24 1 1 104.16
View dismissal RK Kleinveldt b McClenaghan 6 7 5 1 0 120.00
46.5 82.3 mph, bowled him! The full ball does the job for McClenaghan. It was full and straight, Kleinveldt tried to hoick it over midwicket and missed. South Africa making a real mess of this chase 237/7
View dismissal AM Phangiso c †BB McCullum b McClenaghan 9 10 6 1 0 150.00
48.3 84.1 mph, caught behind! The umpire takes his time but eventually ends Phangiso on his way! Phangiso cleared his front leg and swung hard at a good length ball that moved into him a touch. He got a bottom edge and McCullum dived to his left to hold the catch. Terrific effort 251/8
View dismissal DW Steyn c Elliott b Franklin 4 10 6 0 0 66.66
49.5 77.4 mph, caught at cow corner! Steyn swung hard at a length ball and hit it high into the air, Elliott came running in from the boundary and judged the catch well on the move. Such drama at the finish. Great catch under such pressure. 258/9
LL Tsotsobe not out 0 2 0 0 0 -
Extras (b 4, lb 1, w 5) 10
  Total (9 wickets; 50 overs; 223 mins) 264 (5.28 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets KD Mills 10 0 40 2 4.00 35 4 0
33.2 to du Plessis, 79.0 mph, caught at midwicket! The ball was ordinary, short around the off stump, Faf du Plessis moved towards the off and pulled. He just didn't get it high enough and Guptill was waiting. Faf made contact with the bottom of his bat. 165/3
41.5 to Miller, 80.8 mph, bowled him! Miller's off stump has taken a hit. He came out of his crease and tried to pull a short of a length ball that was angling slightly across him, he got a bottom edge on to his stumps. Just when South Africa were pulling away, New Zealand haul them back a little. 205/5
View wickets MJ McClenaghan 10 0 70 2 7.00 32 11 0 (3w)
46.5 to Kleinveldt, 82.3 mph, bowled him! The full ball does the job for McClenaghan. It was full and straight, Kleinveldt tried to hoick it over midwicket and missed. South Africa making a real mess of this chase 237/7
48.3 to Phangiso, 84.1 mph, caught behind! The umpire takes his time but eventually ends Phangiso on his way! Phangiso cleared his front leg and swung hard at a good length ball that moved into him a touch. He got a bottom edge and McCullum dived to his left to hold the catch. Terrific effort 251/8
  JDS Neesham 3 0 22 0 7.33 4 1 0 (2w)
View wicket NL McCullum 10 1 35 1 3.50 36 3 0
26.1 to Ingram, 58.4 mph, and would you believe it, Ingram has fallen off its first ball! McCullum bowled an ordinary short ball, Ingram went back and instead of pulling it he simply chipped it towards Guptill, who took a simple catch at midwicket. A soft dismissal, and soon after South Africa declared their intention to get moving 122/2
View wickets JEC Franklin 6 0 38 2 6.33 20 4 1
15.3 to de Kock, 78.1 mph, bowled him! That wasn't short enough to pull but de Kock tried to, he missed and the ball hit the top of off stump, Franklin's provided the breakthrough. Actually the length was a bit short, de Kock simply didn't watch the ball as he tried to pull off the front foot, he should have been playing back perhaps. 83/1
49.5 to Steyn, 77.4 mph, caught at cow corner! Steyn swung hard at a length ball and hit it high into the air, Elliott came running in from the boundary and judged the catch well on the move. Such drama at the finish. Great catch under such pressure. 258/9
  GD Elliott 3 0 14 0 4.66 8 1 0
View wickets KS Williamson 8 0 40 2 5.00 22 4 0
36.4 to Behardien, 49.9 mph, caught and bowled! A terrific catch! Williamson bowled the ball from round the wicket, Behardien came down the pitch and chipped the ball in the air towards where the bowler would be if he was delivering from over the wicket. Williamson lunged to his left with his arm outstretched and caught in with one hand, bumping into Smith in the process but keeping his balance 174/4
45.4 to Smith, 52.8 mph, Smith's holed out! An excellent innings ends with a poor shot. Smith made room to hit down the ground but got a leading edge of sorts straight to Watling at long-on. He's left with South Africa needing 32 off 26, they are so close but will they get there now? 229/6

Match details


Toss - New Zealand, who chose to bat
Series - New Zealand won the 3-match series 2-1
ODI debut - AM Phangiso (South Africa)
Player of the match - GC Smith (South Africa)
Umpires - Enamul Haque (Bangladesh) and AT Holdstock
TV umpire - Aleem Dar (Pakistan)
Match referee - DC Boon (Australia)
Reserve umpire - JD Cloete

Match Notes


    • New Zealand innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 27 runs, 2 wickets)
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 46/3 in 15.2 overs (GD Elliott 13)
    • New Zealand: 50 runs in 17.4 overs (106 balls), Extras 3
    • Over 23.5: Review by New Zealand (Batting), Umpire - Enamul Haque, Batsman - C Munro (Upheld)
    • New Zealand: 100 runs in 31.3 overs (189 balls), Extras 5
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 108/4 in 32.0 overs (GD Elliott 45, C Munro 14)
    • GD Elliott: 50 off 65 balls (7 x 4)
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 66 balls (GD Elliott 31, C Munro 22, Ex 0)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 35.1 - 40.0 (Batting side - 39 runs, 0 wicket)
    • New Zealand: 150 runs in 37.1 overs (223 balls), Extras 8
    • C Munro: 50 off 55 balls (5 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 46 balls (C Munro 24, JEC Franklin 18, Ex 8)
    • Over 43.3: Review by South Africa (Bowling), Umpire - Enamul Haque, Batsman - NL McCullum (Upheld)
    • New Zealand: 200 runs in 43.5 overs (263 balls), Extras 14
    • Over 45.2: Review by New Zealand (Batting), Umpire - Enamul Haque, Batsman - JDS Neesham (Struck down)
    • New Zealand innings: 1x5 ball over (49th over, bowled by DW Steyn, called by Umpire AT Holdstock)
    • New Zealand: 250 runs in 49.3 overs (296 balls), Extras 27
    • JEC Franklin: 50 off 51 balls (3 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Innings Break: New Zealand - 260/9 in 50.0 overs (JEC Franklin 53, MJ McClenaghan 2)
    • South Africa innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 54 runs, 0 wicket)
    • South Africa: 50 runs in 9.1 overs (55 balls), Extras 1
    • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 55 balls (Q de Kock 26, GC Smith 24, Ex 1)
    • Drinks: South Africa - 89/1 in 17.0 overs (GC Smith 47, CA Ingram 5)
    • GC Smith: 50 off 64 balls (6 x 4)
    • South Africa: 100 runs in 20.2 overs (122 balls), Extras 7
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 26.1 - 31.0 (Batting side - 24 runs, 1 wicket)
    • South Africa: 150 runs in 31.1 overs (187 balls), Extras 7
    • Drinks: South Africa - 172/3 in 36.0 overs (GC Smith 87, F Behardien 3)
    • Over 37.3: Review by South Africa (Batting), Umpire - AT Holdstock, Batsman - DA Miller (Upheld)
    • South Africa: 200 runs in 40.5 overs (245 balls), Extras 7
    • GC Smith: 100 off 119 balls (12 x 4)
    • South Africa: 250 runs in 47.6 overs (288 balls), Extras 10
    • Over 48.6: Review by New Zealand (Bowling), Umpire - AT Holdstock, Batsman - DW Steyn (Struck down)
 
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