South Africa beat Australia in the World cup 27 years later and won the match

South Africa beat Australia
  • South Africa first batting scored 325 runs 6 in 50 overs, Australia’s team all out for 315 runs in 49.5 overs
  • Faf du Plessis 100 and Van Der Dussen scored 95 runs, Rabada took 3 wickets
  • Australia’s David Warner scored 122, the third century in this World Cup

South Africa beat Australia by 10 runs on Saturday in Manchester’s Ground In the 45th World Cup match. With this win, the African team managed to defeat Australia in the history of the tournament 27 years later. His last win was in 1992. After this defeat, Australia remained second in the table. In the semi-finals, he will be playing against England in Birmingham on 11 July. India, on the other hand, will play against New Zealand in Manchester on 9 July.

South Africa first batting scored 325 runs in 6/50 in 50 overs. Captain Faf du Plessis scored 100 runs in 94 balls and van der Dussen scored 95 runs in 97 balls. De Kock scored 52 runs in 51 balls. The Australians, after chasing the target, were all out for 315 in 49.5 overs. David Warner scored 122 runs in 117 balls.

Warner’s third century in this World Cup

Warner scored the third and career 17th in this World Cup. They scored 122 runs in 117 balls. Warner scored 50+ runs for the sixth time. He shared a 108-run partnership with Alex Kerry for the fifth wicket. Kerry was dismissed by 85 runs 69 balls.

Australian captain Finch could only make 3 runs

Captain Aaron Finch scored three runs. Imran Tahir caught him at the hands of Markram. Steve Smith made 7 runs Pretorius sent a pavilion to them. Marcus Stoinis was dismissed by 22 runs. Glenn Maxwell scored 12 runs off Rabada’s catch to De Kock.

Deacock made his third half-century in this World Cup

Fif Duplessis made the first century in this World Cup. Duplessis-Dussen shared a 151-run partnership for the third wicket. JP Duminy, playing his last ODI, returned to the pavilion after scoring 14 runs. Earlier Quinton Deacock put his third half-century in this World Cup. They made 52 runs in 51 balls and returned to the pavilion. Eden Markram finished with 34 runs. Nathan Lyon stumps out in the hands of Alex Kerry him. Markram and Decock shared 79 runs for the first wicket. South Africa beat Australia.

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