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Smith, Hazlewood star as Australia beat South Africa

Aussies defeated Proteas by five wickets

SAMAA | - Posted: Oct 23, 2021 | Last Updated: 1 month ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Oct 23, 2021 | Last Updated: 1 month ago

Photo: ICC T20 World Cup

Chasing a modest 119 for victory, Australia were in trouble at 81-5 after Steve Smith, who scored 35, and Glenn Maxwell, who made 18, departed in Abu Dhabi.

Stoinis, who made 24, stood firm and put on an unbeaten stand of 40 with the left-handed Wade, who made 15. Stoinis hit the winning boundary to take Australia over the line with two balls to spare.

Anrich Nortje took two wickets including skipper Aaron Finch, for nought, and Smith to return figures of 2-21 and make Australia work for their runs.

Tabraiz Shamsi dismissed Maxwell as the batsman’s attempted reverse hit ended with the ball crashing into the stumps.

Earlier, Josh Hazlewood led an inspired bowling effort that restricted South Africa to 118 for nine in the opening match of the Super 12s.

South Africa lost their top three batsmen, including skipper Temba Bavuma, with the score on 23 after being invited to bat first in Abu Dhabi.

Glenn Maxwell, an off spinner who shared the new ball with Starc, bowled Bavuma for 12 and Hazlewood struck twice in his first two overs and finished with figures of 2-19 from his four.

Number four Aiden Markram played a lone hand with his 40 off 36 deliveries before falling to Mitchell Starc.

Markram kept losing partners with Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller departing for 13 and 16.

Leg spinner Adam Zampa struck twice in one over and a big mid-pitch mix up led to Keshav Maharaj being run out for nought.

Kagiso Rabada hit a an unbeaten cameo of 20 off 23 balls to take the Proteas past 100 and give the team attack something to bowl at.

Australia 121-5 (19.4 overs)

OUT! Mitchel March went back to the dressing room after scoring just 11.

AUS 38-3 (7.5 Overs)


At the end of the powerplay Australia 33-2 (6 Overs)


Now both the openers are back in the pavilion

Massive wicket for South Africa


We are back with the second innings.


We will join you again for the second-half of the match. Join us then.


So that’s an excellent performance bowling performance from Australia


South Africa 118-9 (20 overs)


Last thing South Africa needed was a run out


Superb over from Adam Zampa


At halfway stage South Africa 59-4 (10 overs)


At the end of powerplay South Africa 29-3 (6 overs)


Brilliant stuff from the start Australia pacer as he continues his brilliant T20 form.


That was some delivery from Josh Hazlewood


Great start from Australia

OUT! Glen Maxwell strikes for Australia as he removes South Africa captain Temba Bavuma, who departs after scoring just 12

SA 13-1 (1.3 Overs)

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Here is South Africa’s lineup

Let’s take a look at Australia’s starting lineup:


Both the teams have met once in the tournament were Aussies secured a comfortable victory.


Hello and welcome to our live blog for the Super 12 match between Australia and South Africa at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket stadium.

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