- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRst †Kirsten b Boje11412615714090.47c Cronje b Symcox2951832156.86c †Kirsten b Crookes2234431064.70run out (Cullinan)1632441050.00not out54445424122.72c Symcox b Adams1014240171.42c Gibbs b Adams3480075.00not out11500100.00Extras18 (b 1, lb 4, nb 1, w 12)TOTAL267/6 (50 Overs, RR: 5.34)Fall of wickets: 1-90 (Woorkeri Raman), 2-150 (Mohammad Azharuddin), 3-188 (Sachin Tendulkar), 4-202 (Rahul Dravid), 5-230 (Robin Singh), 6-249 (Javagal Srinath)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Joshi4560876075.00c Azharuddin b Prasad1570020.00c Singh b Prasad1019282052.63c Joshi b Singh4471873061.97c Raman b Prasad3146733067.39run out (Azharuddin)1827250166.66c †Mongia b Srinath1626392061.53c Prasad b Kumble34160075.00not out312220025.00b Srinath011000.00c †Mongia b Prasad088000.00Extras22 (lb 13, nb 2, w 7)TOTAL193 all out (46 Overs, RR: 4.19)Fall of wickets: 1-2 (Gary Kirsten), 2-35 (Hansie Cronje), 3-80 (Andrew Hudson), 4-122 (Daryll Cullinan), 5-161 (Derek Crookes), 6-166 (Herschelle Gibbs), 7-174 (Nicky Boje), 8-188 (Brian McMillan), 9-188 (Fanie de Villiers), 10-193 (Paul Adams)
Player Of The Match
- When India were 155/2 after 30 overs, crowd trouble forced the play to stop for 18 minutes. There was no reduction in overs, and instead the lunch interval was shortened.
By the time South Africa came to India for their next visit, they hadbeen playing international cricket the world over for five years and hadbecome strong enough to defeat Pakistan and England and had provedcapable of sharing two rubbers with
The Indians dished out home style treatment to the South Africans whenthey came to India in November 1996
If the selectors go by the performance of the players around the Indian domestic circuit, then they cannot ignore the showing of former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin