Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Match Day

958dThe Report by Andrew McGlashan in Hamilton

Guptill's 180* levels series 2-2

Martin Guptill returned from injury with a match-winning unbeaten 180 off 138 balls to help New Zealand level the series 2-2 in the 4th ODI

956dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

How should you use the DRS?

New Zealand's diligent use of the review system played a significant role in them levelling the series against South Africa - a stark contrast to India's calls in Pune

957dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

De Villiers brushes off second-spinner debate

On a slow pitch in Hamilton, South Africa were content with only one specialist slow bowler and AB de Villiers has defended the move despite a seven-wicket defeat

957dAndrew McGlashan in Hamilton

'My No. 1 knock' - Guptill on his 180 not out

He had only recently begun training at full intensity following back-to-back hamstring injuries. To come good on the back of that was very satisfying for the New Zealand opener

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Dominating the run chase

Martin Guptill's 180* is now the highest percentage contribution in a successful run chase of 250 and above. But which of these was the best innings?


Guptill in Hamilton


No. of consecutive 50+ scores for Guptill in ODIs in Hamilton, including this game. He scored 105 v Ban in 2015 and 59 v Aus last year.

No centuries


Centuries by South Africa's top-four in this series. In 15 of their last 16 ODI series/tournaments, at least one century was scored by their top-4.

A first


No. of instances of two spinners opening the bowling in the first inns of an ODI, before Jeetan & Santner doing it in this ODI.