Amla, Tahir star in South Africa’s comfortable win
Directed by four iron to Imran Tahir, South Africa brought things in style to ensure Sri Lanka to a shameful defeat of 96 shots during the opening of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at the Kennington Oval London on Saturday, June 3, Defender 299, South Africa’s lively bowling effort, well supported by a tight champagne, canceled the start of Sri Lanka by 203 to wrap and squeeze their campaign on a high.
All this does not seem possible in the binding effect of the Sri Lankan game. South Africa had put their hopes on sensation Kagiso Rabada for an early breakthrough, but the boxing player had an early apology for his time. After leaving a goalie on the Upul Tharanga patrol when he was about to score 2 in the second round, Rabada again has the chance to succeed, this time offering Niroshan’s aggressive life Dickwella at 21. Adding an insult to injury, goalkeeper-batter Continued to take his chances and sacked Rabada 15 discount, which included a wide and a non-ball, which was enough for AB de Villiers to eliminate the youngsters from the immediate attack.
The change of bowling, however, brought the possibility that South Africa had lost hope because Morne Morkel, not even secured a spot in the eleven at the start of the tournament, affirmed the faith of management in making him Dickwella simply with Tighten the second ball. The Sri Lankan working class seminar, but the rest had fun in the middle of an abrupt end when they abused a great success trying to find Wayne Parnell to the third man. His sparkling 33 balls with a value of 41, however, took pressure early in Sri Lanka, which sailed at 8.5 times.
Tharanga has nurtured this confidence and beat four Parnell limits two scales. Kusal Mendis, who came from bottom to top, also gained back from the boundaries of this Morkel to regain control. But Chris Morris, who also opened his account on the first flight, discovered that the city of Morris had discovered a glass with two hands to reduce Sri Lanka to 95 for 2. From there everything was downhill. Like South Africa, imploded to leave the advantage.
Directed by Dinesh Chandimal early in the day Villiers returned the favor with a knife to end the stay of 21 balls of Sri Lanka. Two balls later, the wrong person Tahir pushed Chamara Kapugedera who pocketed a golden duck to drop his side to 117 for 4. The loss of three partners at the other end has slowed down Tharanga, who was left to team. And the pressure began to appear soon after. The captain lifted his half-century of 59 deliveries, but has lost David Miller in the three deepest afterwards.
There was a slight ray of hope given that Sri Lanka and Asela Gunaratne did especially in the warming, but Tahir assured that it was not repeated. Kusal Perera led a solitary battle, but it was not enough to revise the target. His 36-shot stand with Seekkuge Prasanna briefly raised hopes, but this effort has reached a low rate of 4.5 care and has only delayed the inevitable. Prasanna was trapped by Morris for his second game wicket, the roulette examined, but without success.
Rabada was back after the Sri Lankan lower order was exposed, but has only managed a porthole in row number 39. Tahir has met the requirements with Nuwan Pradeep’s desk at 42 minutes for a more comfortable victory at the end.
Earlier in the day, if it were not for a record ODI hundred by Amla Hashim and his second porthole stand out worth 145 with Faf du Plessis, South Africa might not be enough to test Sri Lanka’s fragile strikes. Batting, South Africa rides saw a fairly familiar pattern of a century and a late collapse, but Amla 25 was enough to overcome a fairly quiet start and also offset the poor performance by the middle order as they accumulated 299 For 6 your assigned quota.