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Australia beat South Africa by 5 wickets

Australia beat South Africa by 5 wickets
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Ground Report | New Delhi: Australia beat South Africa; Australia beat South Africa by 5 wickets in the T20 World Cup match. According to the details, the target of 119 runs given by South Africa in the match played at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi was easily achieved at a loss of 5 wickets in the last over.

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Australia beat South Africa

Australia’s Steven Smith stood out with 35 runs, Glenn Maxwell lost the wicket in the switch hit circle for 18 runs, David Warner 14 and Mitchell Marsh returned to the pavilion with 11 runs.

Captain Aaron Finch caught Rabada on Nortji’s ball without scoring a run. For South Africa, Nortji took two wickets, fast bowler Rabada and Tabriz Shamsi took one wicket each. Earlier, South Africa had scored 118 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the stipulated overs.

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Australian fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazelwood took two wickets each. After the dismissal of Glenn Maxwell, all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade continued Australia’s chase. In the 17th over of Kagiso Rabada, Australia scored a total of 11 runs and defeated South Africa. Australia now need 24 runs in 18 balls to win the match.

Australia have scored 101 runs in 18 overs with five wickets in hand. Pretoris made seven runs in the over, including one wide and six singles. Stones and Wade are on the crease.

South Africa scored 118 runs in 18 overs with nine wickets in hand.

who is in the group

Group-1

England, Australia, South Africa, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh.

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Group-2

India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Namibia and Scotland.

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