So that's all we've got for you from Bulawayo. Firdose Moonda's report has already landed, so do check that out. The final game is on Thursday, so do join us then. For now though, this is Alagappan Muthu and Vishal Dikshit saying buh-bye..
Wayne Parnell is Man of the Match. "Every time you put on this jersey is special and to contribute for a win is massive. Fortunate to be in a position to bat and ball and fielding wise as well. Facing spin was very very difficult, some balls turned really big and Zimbabwe bowled smartly as well. Credit to myself and Abbo there to get us past 250. Obviously havent played in a couple of months but nice to be back. Can practice all you want, but to play out there in the middle is how you get back"
"Just as happy, bit of an awkward game with some of hte dismissals, specifically myself. Very happy with our recovery," says AB de Villiers. Hash didnt score many but the others did. We were very hungry in the field and that always helped. Very happy for Parny, with both bat and ball. Still havent figured why I ran, I sort of thought I was in the middle of a double. Then I head Faf's voice saying something like "oh my God, what're you doing". I felt 250-off was enough with out bowling atack, 280 was par so we didn't bat well. The top order failed but still we got that total. There might be a few changes, Hash has played a lot of games, possibly give him a rest and see what Rilee Rossow is all about. Marchant de Lange with his pace, We still want to win but maybe a couple of changes here and there"
"Very happy with the bowlers to restrict South Africa to 250, couldn't ask for more, but disappointing that we couldn't picked it up with the batting. Losing so many early wickets is criminal"Elton Chigumbura said. "The main thing was keeping wickets in hand. You can go at 10 per over in the last ten, but we lost too many early wickets and we couldn't pull it back. The only guy who played well for us was Sean Williams but he didn't have any support. Last chance now to make the departments to play well. Hopefully we can do better than these last few games"
5.15 pm So South Africa take the three-match series 2-0. The players troop off the field in good spirits to shake hands with the hosts. It was only the third time that Zimbabwe had bowled them out in 34 attempts, but the improvements in the bowling did not seep into their batting. The top-order did not offer much fight except for Sean Williams' gutsy fifty. Once they tumbled to 88 for 6, there was really no hope of a comeback. Yet the Bulawayo crowd had their fun, nothing would stamp out their spirit. It was fun watching them sing and dance, but the joy on the field was quite limited
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