South Africa beat Bangladesh equals 104 runs in ICC Men yesterday T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12 match at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). Beating first after winning the throw, the Proteas secured an impressive 205/5 victory in the Group 2 encounter. Their pitchers then took down Bangladesh with 101 points in 16.3. round.
South Africa’s ball game got off to a bad start as captain Temba Bavuma continued with a willow tree. The opener was caught after for 2 people, conceding Taskin Ahmed. Rilee Rossouw (109 points 56) and Quinton de Kock (63, 38) then feature in a massive second-place ranking of 168 – a new record for the highest partnership at the T20 World Cup.
De Kock continued from where he left off before Zimbabwe, attacking seven four and three six. Rossouw, on the other hand, scored his second consecutive hundred T20I. In previous T20I plays, he was undefeated 100 on 48 balls against India in Indore. The aggressive left-hander hit seven shots and eight six-fingered hits on his stellar swing.
The great partnership was broken when De Kock mistakenly moved from Afif Hossain to a long-term position. Tristan Stubbs (7) fell cheaply to Shakib Al Hasan, who also ended Rossouw’s stay, causing him to be arrested on the spot. The bowling team did well in the last few passes to limit South Africa to under 220.
Bangladesh have never been hurt in their chase as Anrich Nortje (4/10) beat Soumya Sarkar (9) and Najmul Hossain Shanto (9) in a fiery opening match. Nortje also sacked Bangladesh captain Shakib, keeping him at 1. Bangladesh were down four points before the end of the game when Kagiso Rabada sent Afif Hossain (1) en route.
Left hand crank Tabraiz Shamsi crossed the lower order to finish with an impressive 3/20 from his four passes. Fittingly, Nortje lowered the curtain for the game, knocking out Taskin by a score of 10.
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Rossouw has been in unstoppable form as he continues the momentum from hundreds of people in India. His hit knocked Bangladesh out of the competition even before they stepped onto the pitch. De Kock gave him good support, making sure runs continued smoothly from both ends.
With the ball, Nortje tore through the Bangladesh players with his pace, while Shamsi also made an impact, winning three goals.
Rossouw was named Man of the Match for setting up the game with his superb attack.