World Cup 2019: South Africa Beat Australia
World Cup 2019: South Africa’s batsmen have shown, Duminy, Plessis set a century
Plessis made the first century in 2019 World Cup Dussen played a magnificent inning of 95 runs
South Africa cricket team, playing their last match at the Old Trafford ground on Saturday in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, showed the best batting performance of the current World Cup winner Australia (Australia cricket team ) To set a target of 326 runs.
Captain Faf du Plessis scored 100 runs for South Africa before winning the toss. Apart from them, Dussen contributed 95 and Quinton de Kock contributed 52 runs. Like this, South Africa scored a strong 325 against Australia at the loss of six wickets in the 50 overs in front of Australia.
The African team got a fantastic start
Hashim Amla did not play due to injury in today’s match. Aiden Markram (34), who came to open with de Kock, opened. Both of them gave the team a quick start for the 79-run first-wicket partnership. Nathan Lyon gave Australia the first breakthrough with Markram and tried to send South Africa back into the backfoot, but de Kock combined with Captain Faf du Plessis to give the team a score of 100. Although de Kock out shortly after finishing the half-century Lion got his second wicket. He hit seven fours in 51 balls.
Plessis hit the century
After this, the captain played in the best innings with Rossi van der Dussen (95). Du Plessis completed his first World Cup century with a run from the second ball of 43rd over, thrown by Jason Behrndorf, but he was out on the same ball in the same over. He faced 94 balls in his innings and hit seven fours and two sixes.
Dussen missed by century
Dussen continued the scoreboard from here. Although he could not complete his century and get bowled on the ball of Pat Cummins at the last ball of the innings. He hit four fours and six sixes in 97 balls. Jean-Paul Duminy contributed 14 runs
Lion and Stark took two wickets each for Australia. Behrandorf and Cummins got one wicket each.