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India vs South Africa 2018 2nd ODI Highlights : India won by 9 wickets at Centurion

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India vs South Africa 2nd ODI Highlights: IND Win by Nine Wickets

India vs South Africa 2018, 2nd ODI in Centurion: Chahal, Dhawan Star as India Crush Proteas by 9 Wickets to Go 2-0 Up in the Series

India vs South Africa 2nd ODI Highlights: India Crush SA By 9 Wickets, Take india 2-0 Lead In Series
Updated: 04 February 2018 18:10 IST
Highlights, India vs South Africa, 2nd ODI: Wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav returned career best figures as India bundled out South Africa for a mere 118 runs in the second One-Day International (ODI) at the SuperSport Park in Centurion.

Wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav returned career best figures as India bundled out South Africa for a mere 118 runs in the second One-Day International (ODI) at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. Chahal returned figures of 5/22 while Yadav notched up 3/20 to justify India skipper Virat Kohli's decision to field first on winning the toss. Fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar bagged a wicket each. Jean-Paul Duminy and Khaya Zondo were the highest scorers for the Proteas with 25 runs each. Such was the domination of the Indian bowlers that only five South African batsmen managed to reach double figures. India lead the six-match series 2-0

South Africa were off to a slow start with Hashim Amla (23) and Quinton de Kock (20) producing an opening stand of 39 runs before the former nicked one from Bhuvneshwar to Mahendra Singh Dhoni behind the stumps. The hosts then suffered a double blow when de Kock and Aiden Markram were sent back off successive deliveries. Chahal dismissed de Kock when the left-hander miscued an attempted pull off the last ball of the 13th over, only to find Hardik Pandya at deep square leg. Markram played another poor shot off the opening ball of the very next over to hand Kuldeep his first wicket of the day. Kuldeep dismissed David Miller later in the same over to leave the hosts struggling at 51/3. Duminy and Zondo tried to steady the innings but both fell prey to Chahal who was proving to be unplayable at times. The South African lower order could not put up much of a resistance as the hosts folded up their innings in just 32.2 overs.

Highlights Between India and South Africa 2nd ODI, straight from Centurion
Highlights, India vs South Africa 2018, 2nd ODI at Centurion, Full Cricket Score: Virat Kohli's men thump Proteas by 9 wickets


Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav help India trounce South Africa by 9 wickets; go 2-0 up
South Africa 118 in 32.2 overs (JP Duminy 25, Khaya Zondo 25; Yuzvendra Chahal 5 for 22, Kuldeep Yadav 3 for 20) lost to India 119 for 1 in 20.3 (Shikhar Dhawan 51*, Rohit Sharma 15, Virat Kohli 46*; Kagiso Rabada 1 for 24) by 9 wickets.

India continued to dominate in the six-ODI series versus South Africa at Centurion. Electing to bowl on a hard and grassy surface, India spinners — Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav — ran riot with their wrist spin. South Africa batsmen showed no resistance, failing to read the wrong ‘uns and getting trapped to tossed-up deliveries. As a result, chasing 119, India cruised past by 9 wickets.

Dhawan slams another fifty, Kohli remains unbeaten

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan commenced the paltry chase by playing their shots. Rohit was looking in good touch, but soon fell prey to Kagiso Rabada. It was banged in short, and Rohit wasn’t in the greatest of positions to play the pull shot. He was cramped for room but still persisted with the shot and holed out to deep fine-leg.

There was no issue whatsoever for Kohli and Dhawan. The pair stitched an unbeaten stand of 93 runs for the second wicket, to add to South Africa’s humiliation. There was minimal effort from the bowlers and fielders. While South Africa remained sloppy, their bowlers drifted onto the pads and hurled too short. Kohli and Dhawan rotated the strike when necessary and pounced on the loose deliveries.

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