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South Africa beat India by three wickets

Saturday March 12, 2011 11:14:02 PM, IANS

Nagpur: South Africa defeated India by three wickets in a World Cup Group B match at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium here Saturday.Jacques Kallis top-scored with 69 for South Africa -- who were chasing a 297-target set by India -- while Hashim Amla made 61.

Dale Steyn took five Indian wickets and was the pick of the bowlers.



Following is the scoreboard of the World Cup Group B match played at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium here Saturday.

Virender Sehwag b du Plessis 73
Sachin Tendulkar c Duminy b Morkel 111
Gautam Gambhir c Kallis b Steyn 69
Yusuf Pathan c Smith b Steyn 0
Yuvraj Singh c Botha b Kallis 12
M.S. Dhoni not out 12
Virat Kohli c & b Peterson 1
Harbhajan Singh b Steyn 3
Zaheer Khan c Morkel b Peterson 0
Ashish Nehra c Smith b Steyn 0
Munaf Patel b Steyn 0

Extras: (lb 2, w 12, nb 1) 15
Total: (all out; 48.4 overs) 296

Fall of wickets: 1-142 (Sehwag, 17.4 overs), 2-267 (Tendulkar, 39.4), 3-268 (Gambhir, 40.1), 4-268 (Pathan, 40.3), 5-283 (Yuvraj Singh, 42.6), 6-286 (Kohli, 43.6), 7-293 (Harbhajan Singh, 46.5), 8-294 (Khan, 47.4), 9-296 (Nehra, 48.3), 10-296 (Patel, 48.4)

Dale Steyn 9.4-0-50-5
Morne Morkel 7-0-59-1
Jacques Kallis 8-0-43-1
Robin Peterson 9-0-52-2
J.P. Duminy 3-0-29-0
Johan Botha 9-0-39-0
Faf du Plessis 3-0-22-1

South Africa:
Graeme Smith c Tendulkar b Khan 16
Hashim Amla c Dhoni b Harbhajan Singh 61
Jacques Kallis run out (Dhoni/Harbhajan Singh) 69
A.B. de Villiers c Kohli b Harbhajan Singh 52
J.P. Duminy st Dhoni b Harbhajan Singh 23
Faf du Plessis not out 25
Morne van Wyk lbw b Patel 5
Johan Botha c sub (SK Raina) b Patel 23
Robin Peterson not out 18
Extras: (lb 7, w 1) 8
Total: (7 wickets; 49.4 overs) 300

Fall of wickets: 1-41 (Smith, 8.3 overs), 2-127 (Amla, 27.2), 3-173 (Kallis, 35.4), 4-223 (de Villiers, 40.3), 5-238 (Duminy, 42.3), 6-247 (van Wyk, 43.6), 7-279 (Botha, 47.5)

Zaheer Khan 10-0-43-1
Ashish Nehra 8.4-0-65-0
Munaf Patel 10-0-65-2
Yusuf Pathan 4-0-20-0
Yuvraj Singh 8-0-47-0
Harbhajan Singh 9-0-53-3

Toss: India, who chose to bat
Umpires: Ian Gould (England) and Simon Taufel (Australia)
TV umpire: Billy Doctrove (West Indies)
Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)






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