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8pm So, there's not a lot left to see here. South Africa have a win at last, but I'm afraid to say that whatever is eating Afghanistan is looking pretty terminal. A match-up between two hugely flawed teams today, and it made for some attritional viewing.
Ravi: "With this win, SA are in exactly same position as Pak in 1992 World Cup after 5 matches. 3 losses, 1 NR and 1 win." This is very, very true. And if they can somehow find their way past New Zealand at Edgbaston later this week, they've got, in theory, winnable games against Pakistan and Sri Lanka to come. But they've got to find some inspiration with the bat ... I'm not holding my breath
Faf du Plessis, South Africa's captain, is simply relieved to be up and running. "Today was a good day for us. It was important to get a good start, the wicket was not conducive to spin. Morris and Tahir were fantastic in the middle overs, and Tahir singlehandedly made us a strong team in the last two years with his ability to take wickets in the middle overs."
On the tedious run-chase, he adds: "Quinton plays quite freely but it was important for him to see off the new ball. We needed a 60 or 70-run stand and we could work on the run rate later. It was important for Amla to get among the runs, in the next four games, net run-rate is not going to play a massive role if you win those games. We need Hashim to score runs for us, so he needed a not-out innings today.
Gulbadin Naib, Afghanistan's captain: "We repeated the same mistake again. We did well against the fast bowlers but the batsmen didn't take responsibility in the middle overs. We have a lot of batsmen with Rashid Khan coming at 9. Asghar is a senior player that's why we gave him a chance. Najib is an outstanding batsman, we'll have him in the team in the upcoming matches. We need to play better cricket."
Imran Tahir is Man of the Match for his 4 for 29 "I really enjoyed that, the way it came out, it was more important for me to play my role for the team, nice to have a first victory in our pocket. We were really up for it, we can't control the weather, but we wanted the intensity to stay in the game. All in all a very pleasing performance."
7.57pm And draw breath... the tension nearly killed me there... Amla finishes with 41 not out from 83 balls, a nice leisurely net that ought to set him up for better things. But seriously, I know getting a win at all costs was all that mattered today, but this South Africa side will be roadkill with that attitude for the rest of the tournament ...
Sones: "This win won't help SA. Actually it will have a negative effect on their confidence. Nobody will appreciate them for this approach. "
Anshit : "Wasn't Andile sent to finish things in hurry?" Err ... yeah
Good grief this is desperate. As miserable an experience as covering England's dismal post-elimination victory over Afghanistan at the 2015 World Cup ... and that's saying something!
Still time to win it with a nice round 20 overs to spare...
Anshul: "Understand the style of play by Amla today but it is painfully slow. Everyone including the ground staff would be hoping a quick finish to this game especially after Afghanistan's low score. But Hash is here!"
Smiles on the balcony for South Africa. That's nice to see ...
Right, Aftab returns. Can Amla finish it off
in style finish it off will do!
Whatever it is that's on at the cinema in Cardiff tonight, it's either not very compelling, or it starts stupidly late ...