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New Delhi: South Africa beat the West Indies by seven wickets in a World Cup Group B match here Thursday.

AB de Villiers scored an unbeaten 107 off 105 balls with eight fours and two sixes with South Africa winning with 43 balls remaining.

Earlier, the West Indies were all out for 222 in 47.3 overs.


Scoreboard of the World Cup Group B match between South Africa and West Indies here Thursday:

West Indies:
Chris Gayle c Kallis b Botha 2
Devon Smith c & b Imran Tahir 36
Darren Bravo lbw b Botha 73
Ramnaresh Sarwan lbw b Imran Tahir 2
Shivnarine Chanderpaul c Peterson b Imran Tahir 31
Dwayne Bravo run out (Morkel/de Villiers) 40
Devon Thomas c Duminy b Imran Tahir 15
Kieron Pollard lbw b Steyn 0
Darren Sammy lbw b Steyn 0
Sulieman Benn c Morkel b Steyn 6
Kemar Roach not out 2
Extras: (b-1, lb-3, w-11) 15
Total: (all out in 47.3 overs) 222

Fall of wickets: 1-2 (Gayle, 0.3 overs), 2-113 (DM Bravo, 23.1), 3-117 (Smith, 24.4), 4-120 (Sarwan, 26.1), 5-178 (D Bravo, 37.5), 6-209 (Chanderpaul, 42.2), 7-213 (Pollard, 43.3), 8-213 (Thomas, 44.6), 9-213 (Sammy, 45.1), 10-222 (Benn, 47.3)

Johan Botha 9 0 48 2
Dale Steyn 7.3 1 24 3
Morne Morkel 8 0 35 0
Jacques Kallis 3 0 21 0
Imran Tahir 10 1 41 4
Robin Peterson 10 0 49 0

South Africa:
Hashim Amla c Thomas b Roach 14
Graeme Smith b Pollard 45
Jacques Kallis c Sammy b Benn 4
AB de Villiers not out 107
JP Duminy not out 42
Extras: (lb-10, nb-1) 11
Total: (for three wickets in 42.5 overs) 223

Fall of wickets: 1-15 (Amla, 3.3 overs), 2-20 (Kallis, 4.6), 3-139 (Smith, 28.3)

Sulieman Benn 10 0 51 1
Kemar Roach 8 0 42 1
Dwayne Bravo 2.1 0 12 0
Darren Sammy 8 0 40 0
Kieron Pollard 7.5 0 37 1
Chris Gayle 6 0 26 0
Devon Smith 0.5 0 5 0

Toss: South Africa and chose to field
Umpires: Amiesh Saheba and Simon Taufel (Australia)
TV umpire: Asoka de Silva (Sri Lanka)
Match referee: Jeff Crowe (New Zealand)







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