Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Time for the presentation:

Jason Holder: We just let it slip in the middle and we didn't really bowl well. I've learn a lot and we didn't the rift boxes, we were't consistent and lost wickets at regular intervals. Our batsmen need to take responsibility and they need to bat till the end. A few guys will be coming in for the World Cup and I'm very confident of our chances. A lot of guys came here for the first time and it was a good learning tour.

Rossouw is the Man of the Match: It's very emotional for me and anyone scoring a hundred for his country will be emotional. I was feeling very relaxed and just in the zone and calm before the match. I've worked hard and lucky that it came off in Wanderers, today and many more to come. I try to be little disciplined initially and my natural games takes over later on. Amla's like a rock and and he makes me very calm at the other end. It doesn't matter how long it takes for a hundred as long as you get it.

Hashim Amla also the Man of the Series: Wonderful series and we played excellent cricket as the guys put their hands up. Rossouw is a wonderful player, it's difficult to stop him once he gets going, he's a clean striker of the ball. Nice to get the ball away while batting and set a platform with a partnership with Rossouw. We wanted to give a chance to everyone and Parnell put his hand up, Phangi bowled well too. While batting we were only trying to hit every ball for boundary and it turned out well. There was time in the series when we were under pressure but having everyone in a good nick is good for our chances in the World cup. Everybody is ready to go and hopefully we'll make it a special one for South Africa.

4-1 it is then and that's all we have from the the series, from the South African summer which comes to an end for international matches. Hope you all enjoyed every bit of it. Until next time, goodbye and good luck!

11pm Another convincing win for South Africa, another stellar performance, especially with the bat. West Indies came out with the right kind of attitude and four of their top five got good starts, but Phangiso kept it tight initially and Parnell struck later on at regular intervals to finally dismiss WI for 230. A couple of batsmen showed they were going to attack throughout, but the lower order could not resist for too long. It was always going to be tough after SA had put on a massive 361 in only 42 overs.

37.4
W
Behardien to Sammy, OUT, it's over, Behardien finishes it off as Sammy chops the ball onto his stumps. It was outside off with some room, Sammy wanted to cut it behind square off the back foot but got an edge to rattle his stumps

DJG Sammy b Behardien 27 (45m 25b 5x4 0x6) SR: 108.00

37.3
0
Behardien to Sammy, no run, good-length delivery outside off, pushed back to the bowler
37.3
1w
Behardien to Sammy, 1 wide, strays down the leg side for a wide
37.2
0
Behardien to Sammy, no run, short of length around off, he defends it back
37.1
2
Behardien to Sammy, 2 runs, he tries to whip the ball on leg but gets a top edge and it falls safely well before deep midwicket, enough time for two

Behardien comes back

END OF OVER:
37 | 2 Runs | WI: 227/9 (135 runs required from 30 balls, RR: 6.13, RRR: 27.00)

  • Sheldon Cottrell2 (8b)
  • Darren Sammy25 (21b)
  • Kyle Abbott7-0-59-2
  • Marchant de Lange8-0-34-1
36.6
2
Abbott to Cottrell, 2 runs, pushes at the length delivery outside off, it's gone in the gap and Sammy asks 'soldier' to come back for the second. Bit of fumble at third man ensures they get a second
36.5
0
Abbott to Cottrell, no run, short of length delivery just outside off, he lets it go
36.4
0
Abbott to Cottrell, no run, angled in from short of length, deflects off the pad to the leg side
36.3
0
Abbott to Cottrell, no run, around off stump again, Cottrell pushes that to cover point off the back foot
36.2
0
Abbott to Cottrell, no run, back of length this time, he stays back and defends
36.1
0
Abbott to Cottrell, no run, length delivery on off stump, pushed down towards mid off

Amal: "@Mikesiva , i agree, but don't forget Russell and Sammy. They might seem under performing, but this is probably because of the out of form top and middle order. Still, they are good finishers for west indies cricket."

Russell: "@Mikesiva I'm looking forward to the WC unlike you. My only problem though, is I need a team to support now since my WI team is beyond "repair""

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West Indies 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st0CH GayleN Deonarine
2nd77N DeonarineDR Smith
3rd4N DeonarineMN Samuels
4th91MN SamuelsD Ramdin
5th4D RamdinAD Russell
6th1AD RussellJL Carter
7th19DJG SammyAD Russell
8th0DJG SammyJO Holder
9th18DJG SammyCR Brathwaite
10th16DJG SammySS Cottrell