World Cup: India’s devastating bowling, defeat South Africa by 243 runs

World Cup: India’s devastating bowling, defeat South Africa by 243 runs, In the 37th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup, South Africa’s batting line proved to be a wall of sand in the face of India’s devastating bowling and they were defeated by 243 runs.

Chasing a target of 327 runs, South Africa could only score 83 runs and all their batsmen returned to the pavilion in the 26th over.

South Africa’s innings South Africa had a disappointing start to the innings after which the first wicket of the Proteas fell for 6 runs when wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock was bowled by Mohammad Siraj on an individual score of 5.

After the fall of the first wicket, the Indian bowlers dominated the entire team of South African batsmen and South Africa had no chance to score.

After that, Aiden Markram was dismissed by Mohammad Shami for 9 runs, while Henrik Klaasen was also left lbw by Ravindra Jadeja after scoring just one run.

South Africa’s fifth wicket was Rasi Fander Dyson who was dismissed for just 13 off Mohammed Shami while the sixth wicket fell to David Miller who was bowled by Ravindra Jadeja for an individual score of 11.

The seventh out was Keshav Maharaj who was bowled by Ravindra Jadeja.

South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada could also score only six runs and was caught off Jadeja’s ball.

The last wicket fell on the first ball of Longi Ngidi’s 26th over when he was bowled out by Kuldeep Yadav.

Indian bowlers Rondra Jadeja took five wickets, Mohammad Shami and Kuldeep Yadav two each while Mohammad Siraj took one wicket.
South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl first, after which India scored 326 runs for the loss of five wickets in the allotted 50 overs.

On behalf of India, Virat Kohli scored 101 runs while Shreyas Iyer scored 77 runs and captain Rohit Sharma scored 40 runs.
Langi Ngiri, Marco Janssen, and Kagiso Rabada picked up one wicket each for South Africa.

Virat Kohli scored his 49th career century against South Africa, after which he equaled the record of 49 centuries in ODI cricket held by his compatriot former great batsman Sachin Tendulkar.

This match played at the Eden Gardens Stadium was the eighth match between the two teams in the World Cup.

No change has been made in the Indian team for this match, while South Africa has made one change, replacing fast bowler Gerald Coetzee with spinner Tabriz Shamsi.

Keep in mind that both India and South Africa have already made it to the semi-finals of the World Cup.

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