Match Details

BAN vs SA 2nd ODI, RSA v BAN 2022

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South Africa won by 7 wickets 🏆
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K Verreynne Logo
K Verreynne Jersy
4s: 4
6s: 2
R van der Logo
R van der Jersy
4s: 1
6s: 0
M Riyad Logo
M Riyad Jersy



M Riyad

Econ: 6.00
35th Over:
= 3
36th Over:
= 3
Last Over:
= 3
This Over:
= 5
SASA - 2nd Innings
10 Over 5172
15 Over 9894
25 Over 140151
30 Over 180173
BANBAN - 1st Innings
10 Over 4330
20 Over 6865
30 Over 107108
35 Over 125126
40 Over 154146
50 Over 202194


Inn 1
Inn 2
Suhail: That is the end of the coverage for this match. This is me (Suhail Kapoor) signing off on behalf of my co-commentators Ajay and Badal and scorers Zeeshan and Dushyant. Please stay tuned for more Cricket news and Coverage. Thanks
Temba Bavuma | Winning Captain: " Have to go for scan regarding the finger injury tomorrow. Resilience is a big thing for us. We wanted to start the series well but it was not the ideal way to start but we will take this win any day. I was surprised that I had to bowl the guys convinced me to bowl and fortunately KG did the damage so there was not much pressure on me. Fantastic from De Kock we spoke that we have to take advantage of the new ball and De Kock batted really well. It will be a new game and Centurion will be a good wicket and we will take a lot of confidence from this game and will look on areas where we can improve and take the momentum to the third game."
Kagiso Rabada (Player of the match): "Yeah so after the wicket we all knew we are in the game here as the pitch was offering something for the bowlers from ball 1. The conditions were critical for batters today. Definitely different game plans for each segment of the Innings. Seamers used the change of pace really well and helped us to pick up the wickets. Planning to certain batters helped us but we tried to keep it simple we can and glad that we got the win here."
Tamim Iqbal (Losing Captain): "See I thought we haven't expected that kind of wicket. But credit to the opposition they played really well. We were surely short of the runs in the first innings. Batting first has won a lot of games here that's why we took the decision to bat first. I thought we definitely did some mistakes and We always knew they will come hard and but their pacers bowled really well and take the game away from us. Yes both the young batters (Afif and Mehidy) played really well and took us to the respective total. See we all know we played against De Cock earlier so had that idea that what he can do and today he took the game away from us in the powerplay. "

Suhail: Bangladesh came into this game with a lot of confidence winning the first match of the series by 38 runs. But, the hosts were in a different mood today and their pacers bowled with a plan, bowling short of length balls on a pitch that gave them a lot of assistance early on. Bangladesh lost Tamim, Shakib, Rahim, Liton and Yasir very early in their innings and were reduced to 45/5 in 14 overs with Rabada being the chief anchor, equally supported by Lungi. Even though Yasir got a life after a catch was dropped in the first slip by Malan, he could not capitalize and fell early. Bangladesh got a breather when the spinners came into the attack and Bavuma replaced Parnell who had to go off the field due to an injury. Afif tried to counter-attack scoring quickly and picking the boundaries on offer and Mahmudullah played the anchor role. But, Bavuma did not let the pressure off and chipped in with some disciplined bowling. Both the batters tried to build the innings, rotating the strike and picking the odd boundaries in between.

Shamsi got the wicket of well-set Mahmudullah and broke the half-century partnership pushing Bangladesh back again. Afif continued to bat attackingly and got a life when Maharaj dropped him on 36 of his own bowling. Mehidy supported Afif well from the other end and kept rotating the strike trying to build another partnership with Afif who ensured that the scoreboard kept on moving. South African spinners bowled well in tandem especially Shamsi who gave only 26 runs in his 10 overs and picked up the wicket of Mahmudullah. Afif got to his well-deserved fifty in the 37th over and looked in control against both pacers and spinners. Mehidy also got a chance after he was dropped off the bowling of Bavuma by Malan in the 41st over.

Both Afif and Mehidy got chances due to some sloppy fielding by South Africa and brought up the highest seventh-wicket partnership for Bangladesh and a much-needed one considering the situation of the game. Rabada took the important wicket of Afif at 72 and broke another half-century stand. Rabada picked up his well-deserved 5 wicket haul by picking the wicket of Mehidy and ensured that Bangladesh could only reach 194 at the loss of 9 wickets after 50 overs and could only score 48 runs in the last 10 overs.

At halfway stage, South Africa looked favourites with just 194 on the board, and they started off in style with De Kock taking the bowlers to the cleaners and hitting shots all over the ground to bring up his fifty in the first 10 overs and Malan also played the perfect partner to him watching from the other end while De Kock did the damage. De Kock was dropped on 52 by Rahim off the bowling of Mehidy and he looked in no mood to spare any of the Bangladeshi bowlers who kept bowling short and wide and De Kock was happy to take the gifts on offer.

Mehidy picked up the first South African wicket with Malan getting bowled on 26. Shakib dismissed the dangerous De Kock on 62 to ensure that Bangladesh made some sort of a comeback into the game. But, Bavuma and Verreynne kept on scoring at a brisk pace and kept picking boundaries and sixes at will and ensured that Bangladesh do not come back in the game. The Bangladeshi bowlers looked clueless after De Kock’s onslaught at the beginning of the innings and they never looked threatening. Afif dismissed Bavuma on 37 after a 82 run stand but by that time it was too late and South Africa had already done the bulk of the scoring in the chase. Verreynne scored a fifty and remained unbeaten to secure a 7 wicket win for South Africa as Van der Dussen finished off in style with a boundary to bring up the target in the 38th over. 

Suhail: South Africa have beaten Bangladesh by 7 wickets and have chased 195 in 37.2 overs  to level the 3match series 1-1.

37.2 Mahmudullah to R van
4 Four! South Africa have won this match by 7 wickets. The series is level at 1-1. Short pitch delivery on the stumps, the batter goes back and slaps it past covers for a boundary here.
37.1 Mahmudullah to K Verreynne
1 Single to start off the over. Full and wide outside off stump, the batter goes hard at this one gets a bottom edge towards short fine leg for a single.
South Africa
Rassie van der Dussen
Kyle Verreynne
Afif Hossain
36.6 A Hossain to K Verreynne
1 Full in length on the stumps as the batter drives it down the ground for a single.
36.5 A Hossain to K Verreynne
0 Good length delivery outside off stump as the batter goes for the cut but ends up getting it form the bottom half of the blade.
36.4 A Hossain to R van
1 Full in length on the pads as the batter tucks it down to fine leg for a single.
36.3 A Hossain to K Verreynne
1 Full in length outside off stump driven towards covers for a quick single.
36.2 A Hossain to K Verreynne
0 Good length delivery angling away from the batter wide outside off stump as he fails to get bat on it.
36.1 A Hossain to K Verreynne
0 Full in length on the stumps as the batter flicks it towards short mid-wicket.
South Africa
Rassie van der Dussen
Kyle Verreynne
35.6 Mahmudullah to K Verreynne
1 A touch short of good length on the stumps as the batter punches it towards mid-wicket off the back foot for a single.
35.5 Mahmudullah to R van
1 Good length on the leg stump as the batter goes down on one knee and sweeps it towards deep backward square leg for a single.
35.4 Mahmudullah to R van
0 Good length delivery on off stump as the batter pushes it back towards the bowler.