India beat South Africa by 8 wickets to reach ICC Champions Trophy 2017 semis

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India beat South Africa by 8 wickets to reach ICC Champions Trophy 2017 semis
India beat South Africa by 8 wickets to reach ICC Champions Trophy 2017 semis

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.

Disciplined Indian bowling bowled out South Africa for 191 runs in 44.3 overs at The Oval. India chased down the target in 38 overs with eight wickets to spare.

This win took India's points tally to four points, while South Africa, with only two points from three matches, were eliminated.

 

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