South Africa fixed a seven-wicket win and evened out the three-match ODI series in some style against Bangladesh in Johannesburg. Kagiso Rabada’s second five-wicket pull guaranteed the guests had the option to score only 194 which South Africa figured out how to finish in 37.2 overs.
On the day, nothing went ideal for Bangladesh. They decide to bat first and before long wound up reeling at 34 for 5. For all the guarantee in the opening ODI – which was Bangladesh’s first success on South African soil – they couldn’t exactly satisfy the expectations made by that success. Lungi Ngidi handled the initial punch with the wicket of Tamim Iqbal and Rabada covered them with three wickets of the main five.
South Africa were left with some injury worry as Wayne Parnell wandered off with a physical issue after 2.5 overs, however in those 17 balls figured out how to nip out Mushfiqur Rahim, who heaved and puffed his direction to 11 off 31. The main opposition came from Mahmudullah and Afif Hossain, who contended energetically with his 107-ball 72. The pair made 60 off 87 and batted out near 15 overs to baffle South Africa.
Tabraiz Shamsi, who finished with 10-40-26-1, eliminated the previous commander yet Bangladesh had the option to get past the mishap with both Hossain and Mehidy Hasan taking on to play emphatically. The pair got the side another 86 off 112 balls to guarantee Bangladesh had a stage to send off from and post a really difficult aggregate. Rabada, notwithstanding, got back to eliminate Hossain first and afterward Mehidy to finish his five-wicket pull in the 46th over. Parnell’s physical issue implied Temba Bavuma had to go to Rassie van der Dussen for the penultimate over. He excused Shoriful Islam to pack his lady ODI wicket and guarantee Bangladesh couldn’t cross the 200-run mark.
Regardless of whether Bangladesh left accepting, Quinton de Kock was heartless and before long shut the entryway on them with an energetic 50 years. After only five came in the initial two overs, Janneman Malan got the innings moving with sequential limits against Shoriful Islam. De Kock pummeled Taskin Ahmed for 14 in the close to put the bowlers under tension. He likewise rebuffed Islam in the eighth over with three continuous limits as South Africa dashed to 61 off eight overs.
De Kock got to his 50 years off 28 balls before Bangladesh struck. Mehidy Hasan eliminated Malan for 26 while Shakib al Hasan disposed of de Kock in the sixteenth. In the following over, South Africa crossed 100 with Kyle Verreynne and Bavuma guaranteeing the innings kept on remaining in journey control.
Brief score : Bangladesh 194/9 in 50 overs (Afif Hossain 72; Kagiso Rabada 5-39) lost to South Africa 195/3 in 37.2 overs (Quinton de Kock 61, Kyle Verreynne 58) by seven wickets.