ICC Champions Trophy 2017: India vs South Africa scorecard

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017: India vs South Africa scorecard
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: India vs South Africa scorecard

London : India rode on a superb bowling show to thump South Africa by eight wickets here on Sunday and become the first team from Group B to enter the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy cricket tournament.

Following is the scorecard of the Group B Champions Trophy match between India and South Africa here on Sunday:

South Africa --

Quinton de Kock b Ravindra Jadeja 53

Hashim Amla c Mahendra Singh Dhoni b Ravichandran Ashwin 35

Faf du Plessis b Hardik Pandya 36

AB de Villiers run out (Pandya/Dhoni) 16

David Miller run out (Jasprit Bumrah/Virat Kohli) 1

J.P. Duminy not out 20

Chris Morris c Bhuvneshwar Kumar b Bumrah 4

Andile Phehlukwayo lbw b Bumrah 4

K. Rabada c Dhoni b Kumar 5

Mornie Morkel c Kohli b Kumar 0

Imran Tahir run out (Kohli/Dhoni)1

Extras (lb 6, w 10) 16

Total (all out, 44.3 overs) 191

Fall of wickets: 1-76 (Amla, 17.3 overs), 2-116 (de Kock, 24.2), 3-140 (de Villiers, 28.2), 4-142 (Miller, 29.1), 5-157 (du Plessis, 33.3), 6-167 (Morris, 36.4), 7-178 (Phehlukwayo, 40.1), 8-184 (Rabada, 42.2), 9-184 (Morkel, 42.3), 10-191 (Imran Tahir, 44.3).


Bhuvneshawar Kumar 8-0-23-2

Jasprit Bumrah 8-0-28-2

Ravichandran Ashwin9-0-43-1

Hardik Pandya 10-0-52-1

Ravindra Jadeja 10-0-39-1


India --

Rohit Sharma c de Kock b Mornie Morkel 12

Shikhar Dhawan c Faf du Plessis b Imran Tahir 78

Virat Kohli not out 76

Yuvraj Singh not out 23

Extras (lb 2, w 1, nb 1) 4

Total (2 wickets, 38 overs) 193/2

Fall of wickets: 1-23 (Sharma, 5.3 ov), 2-151 (Dhawan, 30.1 ov)


K. Rabada 9-2-34-0

Mornie Morkel 7-1-38-1

Andile Phehlukwayo 5-0-25-0

Chris Morris 8-0-40-0

Imran Tahir 6-0-37-1

Jean-Paul Duminy 3-0-17-0

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