2nd ODI, Boland Park, Paarl, 18 October 2017

South Africa vs Bangladesh

Bangladesh 2nd Inn:249/10 (47.5)

Taskin Ahmed 3 (6);
Dane Paterson* 8.5-0-67-1; Kagiso Rabada 9-1-40-0;

Last bat: Rubel Hossain

Result: South Africa won by 104 runs.

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Bangladesh Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Tamim Iqbal lbw Pretorius 23 25 3 0 92
Imrul Kayes c de Villiers & b Tahir 68 77 6 1 88.31
Liton Das lbw Phehlukwayo 14 12 1 1 116.67
Mushfiqur Rahim(wk) c Duminy & b Pretorius 60 70 4 1 85.71
Shakib Al Hasan c de Kock & b Tahir 5 5 0 0 100
Mahmudullah b Phehlukwayo 35 46 3 0 76.09
Sabbir Rahman c du Plessis & b Tahir 17 18 2 0 94.44
Nasir Hossain b Phehlukwayo 3 11 0 0 27.27
Mashrafe Mortaza(c) lbw Phehlukwayo 0 3 0 0 0
Taskin Ahmed not out 3 6 0 0 50
Rubel Hossain b Dane Paterson 8 14 2 0 57.14
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 4, w - 9, nb - 0)13
Total(249 all out in 47.5 overs)249 (5.21 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/44 (Tamim Iqbal, 7.4 ov.) 2/69 (Liton Das, 10.5 ov.) 3/162 (Imrul Kayes, 28.6 ov.)
4/171 (Shakib Al Hasan, 30.3 ov.) 5/184 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 33.1 ov.) 6/219 (Sabbir Rahman, 40.2 ov.)
7/234 (Nasir Hossain, 43.2 ov.) 8/234 (Mashrafe Mortaza, 43.5 ov.) 9/239 (Mahmudullah, 45.1 ov.)
10/249 (Rubel Hossain, 47.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Kagiso Rabada 9 1 40 0 4.44 (2w)
Dane Paterson 8.5 0 67 1 7.59 (1w)
Dwaine Pretorius 10 0 48 2 4.8 (2w)
Andile Phehlukwayo 10 1 40 4 4 (3w)
Imran Tahir 10 0 50 3 5 (1w)
               

South Africa Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Hashim Amla c Rahim & b Rubel 85 92 4 0 92.39
Quinton de Kock(wk) lbw Shakib 46 61 1 0 75.41
Faf du Plessis(c) b Shakib 0 3 0 0 0
AB de Villiers c Sabbir & b Rubel 176 104 15 7 169.23
Jean-Paul Duminy lbw Rubel 30 30 0 1 100
Farhaan Behardien not out 7 9 0 0 77.78
Dwaine Pretorius c I Kayes & b Rubel 0 1 0 0 0
Andile Phehlukwayo not out 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kagiso Rabada dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Dane Paterson dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Imran Tahir dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 2, w - 7, nb - 0)9
Total(353 for 6 in 50 overs)353 (7.06 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/90 (Quinton de Kock, 17.3 ov.) 2/90 (Faf du Plessis, 17.6 ov.) 3/226 (Hashim Amla, 35.6 ov.)
4/343 (AB de Villiers, 47.4 ov.) 5/353 (Jean-Paul Duminy, 49.4 ov.) 6/353 (Dwaine Pretorius, 49.5 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mashrafe Mortaza (c) 10 0 82 0 8.2 (1w)
Taskin Ahmed 9 0 71 0 7.89 (3w)
Shakib Al Hasan 10 0 60 2 6 (1w)
Nasir Hossain 8 0 49 0 6.13  
Rubel Hossain 10 0 62 4 6.2 (1w)
Sabbir Rahman 1 0 11 0 11  
Mahmudullah 2 0 16 0 8 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

Paterson to Tamim, FOUR, steps down and makes room while doing so, flays the drive through the cover region. Came off the toe of the bat, but went in the gap

4

to Kayes, FOUR, nothing wrong with the delivery. Kayes keeps his bat straight and punches this length ball past the man at mid-off

4

Paterson to Tamim, FOUR, short ball down leg. Tamim just has to help it past the man at fine leg, which he does with a well controlled pull shot

D

Paterson to Tamim, 2 runs, Tamim makes room as he steps down and then pulls this shortish ball over mid-on. Mistimes it off the toe of the bat, the fielder gets into two minds as he chases it. In the end, lets it fall away from him. Should have turned early to get his hands to that. But Phehlukwayo could never plan what he wanted to do there

4

Paterson to Tamim, FOUR, Paterson is releasing the pressure KG has created from the other end. Once again too straight. Flicked off the legs to the deep mid-wicket fence

4

to Kayes, FOUR, full ball on off and Kayes has picked bones off it. Cracks the drive past the man at mid-off. Races away to the fence

W

to Tamim, out Lbw!! finally has his man. Knuckle ball. Tamim wants to run down to third man. The ball comes late and brushes the flap of the pad. Might have been umpire's call on impact had Tamim decided to review. So did the right thing and kept walking. Bangladesh have lost their trump card early in the game. Tamim lbw b 23(25) [4s-3]

4

to Liton Das, FOUR, moves across early and uses the angle and flicks down to the fine leg fence. Played this one nicely

6

to Liton Das, SIX, that's a very good shot from Liton Das. Premeditated the short ball and moved across. Used the angle it came with and pulled over the deep backward square leg fence. Went all the way

6

to Kayes, SIX, now Kayes gets into the act. Another short ball and Kayes reads well. Moves across a bit and then pulls over the deep square leg fence

W

to Liton Das, out Lbw!! Liton Das has reviewed it. Fair delivery. Is hit on the knee-roll. There is a bit of disturbance on the UltraEdge but there is also daylight between the bat and the ball. Three reds. So Bangladesh lose their review as well. Slower ball from did the trick there. Liton Das got across to flick and fell over a bit. The ball missed the bat and hit him on the knee-roll in the line of middle stump. Liton Das lbw b 14(12) [4s-1 6s-1]

4

to Rahim, FOUR, short ball. With fine leg in the ring, Rahim picks the field well. Waits for the ball and pulls it over the same fielder

4

to Rahim, FOUR, Rahim gets across and sweeps. Places it well behind square on the on-side

4

Paterson to Kayes, FOUR, lovely shot, overpitched and wide of off, Kayes gets a big stride forward and drills it through extra-cover, no need to run for those

D

Paterson to Kayes, no run, dropped! A simple chance at that. Kayes slices the cut to the left of backward point where Duminy fluffs with some juggling act involved while tumbling onto the ground. Paterson doesn't look too pleased

4

Paterson to Kayes, FOUR, shouts of catch it, but that has gone way over the keeper. Fifty for Imrul Kayes. Gets a top-edge on the pull and rubs more salt to injury

4

to Kayes, FOUR, attempted googly, goes flat and with the angle away from the left-hander, Kayes makes full use of it as he revere-sweeps it fine of third man

4

Paterson to Kayes, FOUR, overpitches and gets punished. Kayes is standing a few good yards outside the crease, he lofts it handsomely over mid-off

4

Paterson to Rahim, FOUR, short ball at 129ks, Rahim loses his shape while trying to pull it square, gets lucky as he manages a top-edge over the keeper

6

to Rahim, SIX, hit and hit well...into the stands. Gets into position early and nails the slog-sweep which goes sailing over mid-wicket

OT

to Rahim, 1 run, tap-and-run single to cover-point and Rahim reckons he's safe. Behardien hits direct at the non-striker's end and the TV umpire confirms he's home. So, that will be fifty for Mushfiqur Rahim.

W

to Kayes, out Caught by de Villiers!! That's catching practice for AB. Came straight at him. Kayes preempts the flick and closes the bat face while executing the stroke, the edge finds Ab at short extra cover. Credit to for changing the pace, he slowed it up and imparted great deal of spin on this which led to the downfall of Kayes. Kayes c de Villiers b 68(77) [4s-6 6s-1]

W

to Shakib, out Caught by de Kock!! That's excellent reflexes from QDK. Shakib jumped back to cut a quicker delivery and got a thin top-edge, QDK had it covered and nestled it sans any fuss. Big wicket this for South Africa. Shakib c de Kock b 5(5)

4

to Rahim, FOUR, waltzes down the pitch and slices a cut to third man, Rabada overruns and may have gotten a bad bounce too...sneaks through his legs

W

to Rahim, out Caught by Duminy!! No escaping this time around. Jumps down the pitch and wafts at a slower delivery that was bowled far of off-stump. Skews it off the bottom half and spoons a straightforward catch to Duminy at backward point. Easy as you like. Duminy must be a relieved man. Rahim c Duminy b 60(70) [4s-4 6s-1]

4

to Sabbir Rahman, FOUR, lines himself up for a slower ball and throws all his mucle power into that shot. Hit high and over extra cover for a blazing boundary. That won't help I'm afraid

4

to Sabbir Rahman, FOUR, lovely shot, length delivery on the stumps, Sabbir backs away, opens up the off-side and drills it back at the bowler. It was at a catchable height, but couldn't latch onto the return chance on his followthrough

4

to Mahmudullah, FOUR, poor ball from , full-toss on Mahmudullah's pads, flicked away past the keeper for a boundary

W

to Sabbir Rahman, out Caught by du Plessis!! That's the end of Sabbir, he had to play shots, such was the asking rate, but he picked the wrong ball to do so. slipped in the wrong 'un as Sabbir gave away his intentions far too early, Sabbir wasn't anywhere near the pitch of the ball as he swiped, gets a top-edge that went high and towards cover. Du Plessis called for the catch and holds on. Sabbir Rahman c du Plessis b 17(18) [4s-2]

OT

to Nasir Hossain, no run, loud shout for LBW and South Africa want a review. Was it pad first? If so, where was the impact? It's definitely pad, looks like the impact is the issue? Might be umpire's call on impact. It's outside off and South Africa will lose a review. Nasir just about got a big enough stride as he pushed forward. De Kock was the man who asked his captain to refer the case upstairs

4

Paterson to Mahmudullah, FOUR, yorker length delivery on the stumps, Mahmudullah gets his bat down in time, gets his left leg out of the way and the inside edge rolls away to the fine leg fence

4

Paterson to Mahmudullah, FOUR, back-to-back boundaries for Mahmudullah, Paterson went full and wide as Mahmudullah backed away on the charge, he reached out and sliced it over backward pointl, rolls away to the fence

W

to Nasir Hossain, out Bowled!! Nasir has been cleaned up! This one skid through after pitching around off, nipped back in slightly to make matters worse for the batsman. Nasir went nowhere as he pushed forward, his feet was rooted to the crease, the ball snuck through the gap between bat and pad and demolishes the leg-stump. South Africa are three wickets away. Nasir Hossain b 3(11)

W

to Mortaza, out Lbw!! has two wickets in the over! The end is nigh for Bangladesh, this was full and came back with the angle, Mortaza was caught on the shuffle and missed his shot, the ball thudded into the pads, in front of middle and leg. Would have been smashing into leg-stump, easy call for the umpire. Mortaza ponders about a review, but is told that his team have exhausted their lone review. Off he goes. Mortaza lbw b 0(3)

W

to Mahmudullah, out Bowled!! Mahmudullah's painful stay is over! Not sure what was his plan, he never made an effort to up the ante, lost his partners in the process and he himself falls now. Length delivery that angled back into the right-hander, Mahmudullah has a mighty swish acros the line and missed, the ball clatters into the top of middle-stump and it's wicket number four for . Mahmudullah b 35(46) [4s-3]

4

to Rubel, FOUR, no luck for , spears in the perfect yorker, Rubel just about gets his bat down in time, the inside edge rolls away to the fine leg fence

4

Paterson to Rubel, FOUR, Paterson has had a poor day, attempts the slower short ball, it ended up sitting onto the batsman. Rubel backed away and clubbed it through the gap past mid-wicket

W

Paterson to Rubel, out Bowled!! Maiden ODI wicket for Paterson, he has his hands in the air - in sheer relief. The perfect yorker, right at the base of middle and leg-stump, Rubel backed away and was late in bringing his bat down, the leg-stump goes for a walk and South Africa complete a 104-run victory. Rubel b Paterson 8(14) [4s-2]

4

to Amla, FOUR, fabulous shot. Half-volley and Amla does not go hard at it, just focuses on the placement and threads the gap through extra cover with a sweet drive

4

Ahmed to de Kock, FOUR, what a fluent drive this is from de Kock. It was full around off and he jumped on to it. Pierced the gap between cover and point

4

Ahmed to Amla, FOUR, short ball and Amla will pull those always. The bounce was not going to trouble him. Pulled it through backward square leg

W

to de Kock, out Lbw!! First wicket of the series for Bangladesh and it is that man - , who gets them the breakthrough. de Kock contemplated about a possible review, but decided against it and walked away. This was tossed up around off and came back into the left-hander, with the angle. de Kock walked a long way across his stumps as he looked to nudge it towards the on-side, missed it completely and was struck low on the pads, bang in front of middle and leg, simple call for the umpire. de Kock lbw b 46(61) [4s-1]

W

to du Plessis, out Bowled!! Double strike from , du Plessis has been dismissed for a duck. The Bangladeshi supporters have found their voice in Paarl. Lovely ball from , slowed down the track, dragged his length back around middle, drew du Plessis into the forward push, he was looking to work it towards cover. The ball gripped and turned past the outside edge, went on to rattle the top of off-stump. Can Bangladesh stage a fightback? du Plessis b 0(3)

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, cracking shot, overpitched and well wide of off, AB gets a good stride forward, plays with a closed face and drives it in the gap through extra-cover, beat the fielder in the ring and rolls away to the fence

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, lovely from AB, he's in the zone today, dragged his length short and on the stumps, stayed a tad low as well. AB swivels across, rolls his wrists and whips it in front of square on the on-side, beats the fielder getting across from the deep

4

to Amla, FOUR, beautifully played, hint of width outside off and the length was short as well. Amla waits on it and cuts it in the gap between cover-point and point, beats the two fielder getting across from the deep as well

OT

to Amla, 1 run, fifty for Amla, gets a good round of applause from the dressing room, slower delivery outside off, he waited on it and steered it down towards third man

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, lovely shot, too short from , AB has plenty of time to rock back and pull it past mid-wicket, the timing is sublime and the ball rolls away to the fence in a hurry

4

Hossain to de Villiers, FOUR, this is excellent cricket from AB, he was playing around in the crease, that made try and follow him, he got back into his original position, took the ball on the full and swept it in front of square on the on-side, beat the fielder getting across from the deep, brings up the 50-run stand as well

4

Ahmed to de Villiers, FOUR, AB is picking the gaps for fun, shortened his length as AB ran down the track. He adjusted and flat-batted it past cover. The fielder in the deep gets across and makes a rather lazy attempt to stop the ball with his foot, can't do so - Tamim was the culprit

4

Ahmed to de Villiers, FOUR, back-to-back boundaries for AB, another short delivery from , AB comes down the track, swivels across and shovels it over mid-wicket, a couple of bounces and over the ropes

4

Ahmed to de Villiers, FOUR, smashed, AB is taking on the bowling, shimmies down the track, makes room as he did so and drills it over mid-off, couple of bounces and over the ropes

4

Rahman to de Villiers, FOUR, 54th ODI fifty for AB, he's taking this match away from Bangladesh. A nothing ball from , dragged it short and just outside off, AB makes room and hammers the cut past cover

4

Rahman to de Villiers, FOUR, Oh Dear! AB is been given gifts and he's too good to refuse them, filthy full-toss outside off and AB drills it wide of cover, no chance for the fielder in the deep

6

Hossain to de Villiers, SIX, massive, juicy full-toss and AB has deposited this one deep into the stands at long-on. Made room by backing away, bent down low and swatted it high and handsome

4

to Amla, FOUR, classy from Amla, overpitched and just outside off, he leans forward, gets close to the ball and drills it past the diving mid-off fielder, no need to run for those

W

to Amla, out Caught by Rahim!! A feather of an edge and Amla walks straight away. UltraEdge indicates the finest of spikes. A good length delivery hanging in fifth stump channel, Amla hops and looks to run it down to third man. Instead runs it straight into the hands of Mushfiqur. 15 short of a well-deserved hundred, but he gets a rousing reception from the crowd. In walks JPD... Amla c Rahim b 85(92) [4s-4]

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, if you ever want to witness AB's brilliance play 37.3 and 37.4 on a loop and I'm sure you will be stunned in awe. The ball was delivered almost in the same area, AB made the slightest of adjustments to send the flick blazing past the fielder at deep mid-wicket. Genius

OT

to de Villiers, 1 run, worked away through mid-wicket and that will be 25th ODI hundred for Abraham Benjamin de Villiers. Like a piece of cake for him. Eased his way through with minimum fuss...runs around, takes the helmet off and soaks in well-deserved applause from the crowd. Lets out a few emotions towards the end. More of sigh of relief thing.

4

Hossain to de Villiers, FOUR, touch short and AB jumps on it, rocks back and nails the cut square on the off-side

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, gives himself room outside off and spanks a full ball past covers. No stopping that

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, that's a Diwali cracker waiting to be lit and AB doesn't shy away. He second guesses the bowler: jumps down the pitch and blazes the slower ball over extra cover

6

to de Villiers, SIX, short and begging to be dismissed...AB jumps back and bullies it over the mid-wicket fence

D

to Duminy, no run, 114ks, taps it late, but can't beat the keeper

6

to de Villiers, SIX, AB is on fire. You can't keep bowling short to him. Stands back and the next thing he sees is the ball flying into the mid-wicket stands

6

to de Villiers, SIX, bam! Once more. This was even shorter, AB feasts on it...brutalizes it into the same area

6

Ahmed to de Villiers, SIX, attempted yorker goes wrong. Result? A maximum. Full toss, AB says thank you and reaches his second 150 plus ODI score

4

Ahmed to de Villiers, FOUR, clears his front leg, takes on the full ball and bludgeones it through extra cover

6

Ahmed to de Villiers, SIX, oh bring on the helmets...bring on the umbrellas! ABD is hitting it to all corners of the park. Slower ball, sat up at a comfy height, murdered and sent to mars. Period!

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, mid-off inside the ring and ABD helps himself to his highest score in ODI cricket. Too full for his liking and he latches on it with a thumping drive over the ring on the off-side

6

to de Villiers, SIX, slow. Short. See you later. AB is having fun and loads of it. Straight into the grass banks

6

to Duminy, SIX, JPD into the act now. Gets a short ball and he puts it away over mid-wicket with an air of nonchalance

W

to de Villiers, out Caught by Sabbir Rahman!! Gets as low as he can, takes it on the full and clubs it straight to deep mid-wicket. Sabbir Rahman ran forward to complete a relatively easy catch. AB is AB. No signs of emotion. Just keeps running towards the running room while being engulfed by defeaning cheers from all corners of the park. His highest score in ODI cricket. Replays in: AB knew he didn't hit it well the moment he completed the shot - got it right of the cue end - kept ambling in the direction of the dressing room instantly. de Villiers c Sabbir Rahman b 176(104) [4s-15 6s-7]

W

to Duminy, out Lbw!! Yorker tailing in towards middle and leg, Duminy seems to have missed that, but he's running for a leg bye. Bangladesh fielders are interested and they want a review. Where did the ball pitch? That might be the only factor that could save JPD here. No bat involved. Three reds and he's gone. Duminy lbw b 30(30) [6s-1]

W

to Pretorius, out Caught by Kayes!! Swings hard in a bid to hit a maximum and picks out the man at long-off. Soft dismissal. Pretorius c Kayes b 0(1)