result
1st Quarter-Final (D/N), Sydney, Mar 18 2015, ICC Cricket World Cup
(18/50 ov)134/1
South Africa won by 9 wickets (with 192 balls remaining)
player of the match
Imran Tahir
South Africa
MATCH DAY
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South Africa v Sri Lanka
4y
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SA minister pleased with end to knockout jinx
5yFirdose Moonda
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The sadness of Mahela's unscripted farewell
5ySambit Bal in Sydney
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We're not going to show any weakness - de Villiers
5yFirdose Moonda in Sydney
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Relief all round as South Africa are freed from suffocation
5yFirdose Moonda at the SCG
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A disappointing result, and a solemn farewell
5yPraveen Indraratna
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Lifetime of grace trumps one stinging night
5yAndrew Fidel Fernando at the SCG
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Sri Lankan defeat defies basic arithmetic
5yAndy Zaltzman at the SCG
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De Villiers wears the face of a winner
5yJarrod Kimber
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'Challenge has been to evolve' - Jayawardene
5yESPNcricinfo staff
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Sangakkara rues being undone by spin
5yAndrew Fidel Fernando at the SCG
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South Africa's biggest win against Sri Lanka
5yBishen Jeswant
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The scream and the screamer
5yAndrew Fidel Fernando and Firdose Moonda
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Clinical South Africa send Sri Lanka home
5yESPNcricinfo staff
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Imran Tahir helps Proteas register first knockout win in WC
5yESPNcricinfo staff
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Sri Lanka v South Africa - #BendTheRules Moments
5yESPNcricinfo staff
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Pumped-up South Africa end knockout hoodoo
5yThe Report by Sidharth Monga
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Uncapped offspinner Tharindu Kaushal replaces Herath, could play SA
5yAndrew Fidel Fernando
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SA must heed lessons of old trials by Sri Lanka
5yFirdose Moonda in Sydney
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'We're not going to choke' - de Villiers
5yFirdose Moonda in Sydney
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'Two legends of the modern game'
5yFirdose Moonda and Andrew Fidel Fernando
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SL's top order v SA's middle order
5yS Rajesh
PREVIEW
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Unfazed Sri Lanka target South Africa's history
5yPreview by Andrew Fidel Fernando